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Echo 3 premieres on Apple TV+

Apple has released a new trailer for the launch of its new actionthriller Echo 3 TV, available to watch on Apple TV+ starting today. Echo 3 stars: James Udom, Maria Del Rosario, Alejandro Furth, Juan Pablo Raba and special guest actor Bradley Whitford. The new series will air exclusively on Apple TV+ and is based on the awardwinning series When Heroes Fly, created by Omri Giwon and inspired by Amir Gutfreund’s novel of the same name.

Echo 3 is an actionpacked thriller set in South America that follows Amber Chesborough (Jessica Ann Collins), a brilliant young scientist who is the emotional heart of a small American family. When Amber goes missing on the ColombianVenezuela border, her brother Bambi (Evans) and her husband Prince (Husman) – two men with extensive military experience and a troubled past – struggle to find her in a layered personal drama against the explosive backdrop of a covert war. Echo 3 also stars Martina Guzman as Violetta, a wellknown political commentator. “

Echo 3 release date

Echo 3 is now available to watch on the Apple TV+ streaming service and premiered on November 23, 2022.

“The series features dialogue in English and Spanish, and Echo 3 is set in South America and is a multilayered personal drama set against the explosive backdrop of a secret war. Jessica Ann Collins as Amber Chesborough, an American scientist who is much loved by her family. Young and brilliant Amber disappeared somewhere near the ColombianVenezuelan border. Her brother Bambi (played by Luke Evans) and her husband Prince (played by Michelle Huisman) try to find her. Both have a difficult biography, but this is offset by the presence of both significant military experience.

Source: Apple

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