Kaos (TV series)

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Created byCharlie Covell
Directed by
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
Executive producers
  • Charlie Covell
  • Chris Fry
  • Georgi Banks-Davies
  • Jane Featherstone
  • John Woodward
  • Nina Lederman
  • Tanya Seghatchian
  • Harry Munday
  • Katie Carpenter
  • Michael Eagle-Hodgson
Production locations
  • United Kingdom
  • Spain
Production companies
Original release

Kaos is an upcoming mythological dark-comedy television series created by Charlie Covell for Netflix. The series revolves around three humans as they discover their connection to each other and to a long standing ancient prophecy while they deal with corrupt and arrogant gods of the Greek mythology.[1] The series is set to be released in 2024.[2]


An all-powerful god, yet insecure, Zeus started to fear his end of reign once he noticed a wrinkle on his forehead, possibly indicating the end of the world. He became paranoid and vengeful towards his lieges, and later, three humans connected with the ancient prophecy possibly related to his end of reign and the possible apocalypse of the Earth. Meanwhile, the three humans starts to discover their connections with each other and grand conspiracies involving the Greek gods.[3][4]




On 10 June 2018, it was revealed that Netflix commissioned Kaos of 8-part one hour series order produced by Sisters Media.[5] Charlie Covell served as the creator and executive producer.[3] Nina Lederman of All3Media alongside Tanya Seghatchian and John Woodward of Brightstar will join Charlie Covell as co-executive producers.[6] It was announced that Katie Carpenter would serve as the series producer, with Harry Munday and Michael Eagle-Hodgson producing, and Georgi Banks Davies confirmed to be the lead director and co-executive producer.[5][1] Runyararo Mapfumo directs the second block of the series.[7] On 13 July 2022, it was revealed that Georgia Christou will serve as the writer for episode 6.[4]


On 27 May 2022, Aurora Perrineau was cast as Riddy, one of the main leads in the series.[8] On 29 June 2022, more cast members were revealed, as Hugh Grant, Janet McTeer, David Thewlis, Nabhaan Rizwan, Cliff Curtis, Killian Scott, Leila Farzad, and Misia Butler joined the series. Other cast members are Rakie Ayola and Stanley Townsend who were cast in undisclosed roles. Additionally, Billie Piper joined the cast in a minor role.[7] On 13 July 2022, Jeff Goldblum replaced Grant as Zeus as the latter had to pull out due to date availability issues.[4] On 22 August 2022, Debi Mazar joined the cast as the reimagined version of Medusa.[9]


On 22 August 2022, it was revealed that the series had begun filming in Spain.[9]



The first teaser video for the series, showcasing Goldblum, was uploaded on YouTube on 19 March 2024.[10][11][12]


  1. ^ a b Asatryan, Tigran (2022-01-24). "Netflix Mythological Series 'Kaos': What We Know So Far". What's on Netflix. Retrieved 2022-08-05.
  2. ^ "KAOS". THISISGEORGI. Retrieved 2023-07-19.
  3. ^ a b Adalian, Josef (2018-06-10). "The End of the F***ing World Writer Bringing Kaos to Netflix". Vulture. Retrieved 2022-08-05.
  4. ^ a b c Andreeva, Nellie; Kroll, Justin (13 July 2022). "Jeff Goldblum Joins Netflix Series 'Kaos', Replacing Hugh Grant". Deadline. Retrieved 5 August 2022.
  5. ^ a b Ritman, Alex (2021-11-30). "Netflix Orders 5 U.K. Series, Including Adaptation of David Nicholls' 'One Day'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2022-08-05.
  6. ^ "Netflix orders new series KAOS". Netflix. 2018-06-11. Retrieved 2022-08-05.
  7. ^ a b Grobar, Matt (2022-06-29). "Hugh Grant To Play Zeus In Netflix's Greek Mythology Reimagining 'Kaos' From Creator Charlie Covell; Janet McTeer, Cliff Curtis & David Thewlis Among Additional Series Regulars". Deadline. Retrieved 2022-08-06.
  8. ^ Grobar, Matt (2022-05-27). "'Kaos': Aurora Perrineau To Star In Charlie Covell's Greek Mythology Reimagining For Netflix". Deadline. Retrieved 2022-08-06.
  9. ^ a b Goldbart, Max (2022-08-22). "Netflix Greek Mythology Reimagining 'Kaos' Finds Its Medusa In 'Entourage' Star Debi Mazar". Deadline. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
  10. ^ KAOS | First Look at Jeff Goldblum as Zeus | Netflix (Trailer). 19 March 2024.
  11. ^ Travis, Ben (2024-03-19). "KAOS Trailer: Jeff Goldblum Is A Self-Destructing Zeus In Netflix's Greek Myth Drama". Empire. Retrieved 2024-03-20.
  12. ^ DeVore, Britta (2024-03-19). "Jeff Goldblum Gets His Hands Messy In New 'Kaos' Trailer". Collider . Retrieved 2024-03-20.

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