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Silo is a highly-anticipated science-fiction series that premiered on Apple TV+ in 2023. Created and written by Graham Yost, the mind behind the critically acclaimed series Speed, Silo is based on a series of novels by Hugh Howey. The show stars a star-studded cast, including Rebecca Ferguson, Rashida Jones, David Oyelowo, Tim Robbins, and Common. The story is set in a future where the world has been ruined and rendered toxic, and the last 10,000 people on Earth live in an underground silo. The show's central mystery revolves around the silo and its secrets. Who built it, and why? What happened outside that makes it deathly to go outside? When the silo's sheriff breaks a cardinal rule, and residents die mysteriously, engineer Juliette begins to uncover shocking secrets and the truth about the silo. The first two episodes of Silo, "Freedom Day" and "Holston's Pick," began streaming on Apple TV+ on its premiere day. In the first episode, Sheriff Becker's plans for the future are thrown off course after his wife meets a hacker with information about the silo. In episode two, Juliette, an engineer, pieces together what might have led to a co-worker's mysterious death. Rebecca Ferguson plays the role of Juliette, the show's main character. Rashida Jones portrays Allison, while David Oyelowo takes on the role of Holston. Common plays Sims, and Tim Robbins portrays Bernard. Other notable cast members include Harriet Walter as Martha Walker, Will Patton as Deputy Marnes, Geraldine James as Mayor Ruth Jahns, Sophie Thompson as Gloria, Ferdinand Kingsley as George Wilkins, Shane McRae as Knox, Billy Postlethwaite as Hank, Chip Chung as Sandy, and Iain Glen as Pete Nichols. Silo is a gripping and thought-provoking series that offers a unique take on the post-apocalyptic genre. With a star-studded cast and a talented creative team, the show promises to be one of the most exciting releases of the year. So, if you're a fan of high-concept science fiction or simply looking for a new show to binge-watch, be sure to check out Silo on Apple TV+.