Drama Thriller: Aftermath Now Available On iflix

22 December 2016iflix, the world’s leading Internet TV service for Southeast Asia, offering subscribers unlimited access to thousands of TV shows, movies and more, is thrilled to premiere its latest science fiction drama, Aftermath, available only on iflix. From today, subscribers in Malaysia can now stream and download all 13 episodes of the complete first season, just 24 hours after the season finale in the United States.

 

Aftermath, Now Available Only On iflix !

Created by Glenn Davis and William Laurin, the post-apocalyptic series follows the Copeland family as they embark on a cross-country exodus for survival. Along the way, Karen (Anne Heche – Hung, Men in Trees), Joshua (James Tupper – Revenge, Grey’s Anatomy) and their three teenage children encounter terrifying supernatural creatures and unprecedented disasters, including massive storms, earthquakes, meteor strikes, plagues and the rapid decline of civilization. Driven to the edge, the Copelands must fight to stay together as they endeavor to make it through to the mysterious next phase.

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Aftermath joins iflix’s exceptional library of popular and highly acclaimed exclusives, including the worldwide smash hit Mr. Robot, the award-winning crime drama Fargo, terrifying new series Channel Zero: Candle Cove, hit murder mystery And Then There Were None, new breakout fantasy series The Magicians, drama Aquarius, and many more.

iflix Group Chief Content Officer, James Bridges, commented: “Fast-tracked from its season finale in the United States, we’re excited to premiere another first-run exclusive to our members across Southeast Asia. Fans of post-apocalyptic TV are in for a treat as Aftermath takes them on a wild journey with natural disasters and supernatural creatures at every turn.”

 

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