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‘Troy: Fall Of A City’ coming to Netflix, Here’s the Trailer

Already airing in the UK, the BBC television series “Troy: Fall Of A City” has been picked up by Netflix to premiere on April 3, 2018. The eight-episode season takes place in around 1260–1180 BC, when there was a ten-year siege on the city of Troy by the Achaeans (Greeks).

Netflix has released the first official trailer for the series that stars Louis Hunter, Christiaan Schoombie, and Jonas Armstrong.

Synopsis: An epic story of love and war, intrigue, and betrayal. When Helen and Paris fall in love, they trigger a chain of events that threatens their families and the city of Troy.

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