Netflix is the home of amazing content that brings up real stories in front of an audience. Netflix’s dropped the new amazing series ‘The Liberator’ released on November 11, 2020.
The trailer says itself-“Witness the incredible true story on this Veterans day”. Veterans Day originally known as Armistice Day is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, honoring all those who have served the country in the war or peace-dead or alive, especially the military veterans, that is, persons who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
There is a buzz over the Internet about its visual styling. The miniseries of four episodes directed by Greg Jonkajtys with its production in Triscope Enhanced Hybrid Animation. The Liberator is an animated series that follows the true story of one of the bloodiest battles of World War II.
Based on the book The Liberator: One World War II Soldier’s 500-Day Odyssey by Alex Kershaw. The Liberator created and written by Jeb Stuart tells the story of the United States Army officer Felix Sparks and his infantry unit.
The series features an ensemble voice cast including Bradley James, Jose Miguel Vasquez, and Martin Sensmeier.
What is the plot of the series?
The series follows the global World War II happened in history lasted from 1939 to 1945. The war includes the vast majority of the world’s countries with great powers and military alliances.
The animated series follows the group of soldiers of the US Army known as “The Thunderbirds” during World War II.
The official synopsis on Netflix revealed, ‘The World War II drama series The Liberator, tells the riveting true story of the bloodiest and most dramatic march to victory of the Second World War: the battlefield odyssey of maverick U.S. Army officer Felix Sparks and his infantry unit as they fought for over five hundred days to liberate Europe.’
The series witness the sacrifices of the diverse, brave crew of ragtag soldiers who fought on the frontline. Emerged as the most heroic fighters of the European invasion of World War II.
The trailer looks interesting. The makers of the series giving the rotoscope-animation sort of visuals and textures, many of audience might even see before.
The trailer shows their sacrifice and unity of the soldiers for their country-“how deep his wound is, the soldier can never leave his duty. “
The Liberator isn’t as intriguing with twists as other classic Netflix’s shows; it wins more heart and soul while witnessing the epic story of brave fighters for their country. Teaches the real meaning of unity and brotherhood.
Who is the cast of the series?
The Liberator features an ensemble voice cast, includes all the American actors who contributed to their voices.
There is a buzz over the Internet for the English actor. Best known for starring as Prince Arthur in Merlin and Giuliano de’ Medici in Medici, Bradley Michael James as Magnificent and Brigadier General Felix Sparks in The Liberator.
Jose Miguel Vasquez as Corporal Able Gomez. He is the prisoner soldier, recruited by Sparks. The actor known for his performance in Blood Window, Brian Banks, Walking Dead, etc.
Martin Sensmeier as Sergeant Samuel Coldfoot. He is a Native American soldier best known as stars in the 2006 remake The Magnificent Seven, Wind River.
Matt Mercurio as Private Miguel Cordova, Bryan Hibbard as Joe Hallowell, Luca Varsalona as Private Joe Spigliani, Harrison Stone as Lieutenant Childers, Adam Misík as Private William Cooper, Billy Breed as Vince Vaccaro, Finney Cassidy as Michigan, Pedro Leandro as Private Garcia, David Shields as Colonel Avery: Michael Schaeffer as Pop Bullock, Mike Rowe as Narrator, and many such brilliant actors in supporting roles.
Where to watch the miniseries The Liberator?
Four episodes of The Liberator released on Netflix on November 11, 2020. You can choose subscription plans according to your choice.
Currently, Netflix has four plans in the country. These plans start from Rs 199 and go up to Rs 799. Each offers a different number of screens on which content can view simultaneously.