Netflix is all set to entertain the audience with its dystopian series 'Snowpiercer.'
The series is an adaptation of Bong Joon-Ho's film of the same name, 'Snowpiercer' and this will be the director's first time venturing as a producer for a Netflix series.
Watch the trailer of Snowpiercer here
The show is set in a train where the only living survivors on Earth exist. The train is divided on the basis of class, the rich in the front and the poor taking the 'tail'.
Snowpiercer will be aired on Monday 25 May. However, rather than it airing as a complete boxset, only the first two episodes will initially be released, with a new episode dropping every Monday from 1 June.
Exploring the subject of social justice and class oppression, Snowpiercer stars Jennifer Connelly as one of the train's first class passengers, while Hamilton's Daveed Diggs plays one of its lowest class prisoners.
A second season has already been commissioned, with Game of Thrones' Sean Bean reportedly signing up as a series regular.
In February, Joon-ho became the first South Korean director to win Best Director at the Academy Awards for Parasite, with the film also taking home the statuettes for Best Original Screenplay and Best Picture.