Godzilla has been on a well-deserved break after the movie’s last outing, but it’s time for the monster to return to the field. As the next MonsterVerse movie begins its setting, the franchise is doing double time thanks to its first TV project. Apple TV+ is developing its own MonsterVerse live show, and it’s just getting its first look at the project.
The update comes from social media where the MonsterVerse team has uploaded a raw image to the Apple TV+ show. As you can see below, the image placed shows some old school techniques and images on a desk, but the real story comes from the Monarch bag.
The first teaser image for the Monsterverse Apple TV + series has been released. pic.twitter.com/jc5GU3mS6L
– Kaiju News Outlet (@KaijuNewsOutlet) August 30 2022
After all, a well-worn bag appears above the desk, printed with the Monarch symbol on the side. This bag seems to have seen a few things, and there is nothing that could have been inside. Looking at the pictures on this desk, we can assume that there is very classified information about the Kaiju here, so it’s best if Godzilla keeps an eye on their backs.
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So far, not much is known about this new project, but Apple TV+ said the show will focus on Monarch in some form. The show is set after Godzilla’s initial rampage through San Francisco, and the organization has been brought in to survey the damage. One family will find themselves stuck in the group when secrets about their past come to life. As it stands, this MonsterVerse series will do more with human drama than kaiju brawls…but don’t rule anything out.
Production recently began on this as yet untitled series, and Apple TV+ isn’t the only company working with MonsterVerse. Warner Bros. started. Discovery Production on the next IPs movie with the return of director Adam Wingard. The feature will be a sequel to Godzilla vs Kong, and at this time, no details about the follow-up have been released to the public.
What do you think of this first look at the series? Are you ready to take MonsterVerse to the small screen? Share your thoughts in the comments section below or follow me on Twitter @Megan Peters CB.