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The “Hot Skull” Trailer Illustrates How Speech Can Spread a Disease.

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Do you enjoy reading stories that take place in dystopian environments or about dreadful viruses that quickly sweep over the globe? After then, you’ll be able to start anticipating a brand-new show on Netflix. A preview for the upcoming science fiction television show Hot Skull, which is adapted from the Afsin Kum novel of the same name, was just made available via a streaming site. The plot of the show will revolve on a world that is in the process of being annihilated by a new sickness that moves in a peculiar manner.

A reflective Murat Siyavus, played by Osman Sonant and formerly employed as a linguist, kicks off the roughly two-minute teaser by recalling the first time he met a woman in a world that he is only vaguely familiar with. Murat is one of the few persons who have survived a lunacy epidemic that has swept across the entirety of the population.

Language and conversation are the vectors for the disease’s transmission. In order to ride out the storm with his mother, Murat has remained indoors. He is the only person who is immune to the disease that is rapidly spreading throughout the community. Because she is always pushing him to “live a little,” he finds that his time spent with his mother is not completely stress-free.

Do you enjoy reading stories that take place in dystopian environments or about dreadful viruses that quickly sweep over the globe? After then, you’ll be able to start anticipating a brand-new show on Netflix. A preview for the upcoming science fiction television show Hot Skull, which is adapted from the Afsin Kum novel of the same name, was just made available via a streaming site. The plot of the show will revolve on a world that is in the process of being annihilated by a new sickness that moves in a peculiar manner.

A reflective Murat Siyavus, played by Osman Sonant and formerly employed as a linguist, kicks off the roughly two-minute teaser by recalling the first time he met a woman in a world that he is only vaguely familiar with. Murat is one of the few persons who have survived a lunacy epidemic that has swept across the entirety of the population.

Language and conversation are the vectors for the disease’s transmission. In order to ride out the storm with his mother, Murat has remained indoors. He is the only person who is immune to the disease that is rapidly spreading throughout the community. Because she is always pushing him to “live a little,” he finds that his time spent with his mother is not completely stress-free.

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