Rooster Teeth Debuts DAY 5 Teaser Trailer

Day 5 is the first dramatic series from Rooster Teeth Productions, set in the immediate aftermath of a fatal sleep epidemic. After a fortuitous drug bender saves his life, addict Jake (Jesse C. Boyd) ventures out into the quiet streets… unaware that most of the world already died in their beds. Now, battling sleepless fatigue and encroaching delirium, Jake teams with a scrappy teenager (Walker Satterwhite), overnight doctor (Stephanie Drapeau) and red-eye pilot (Davi Jay) to search for answers… and just maybe find a way to sleep again. Set in a world of insomniacs, late-shift workers and roving psychotics, Day 5 presents a unique vision of the apocalypse that fuses serial drama and thriller around a human story of survival and redemption. Day 5 premieres June 19th at RoosterTeeth.com.

Day 5 features a principal cast that includes: Jesse C. Boyd (The ChoiceThe Wanderers) as Jake, Walker Satterwhite (My All American) as Sam, Davi Jay (Walking Dead, True Detective) as Ellis, Stephanie Drapeau (Startup, Finding Carter) as Ally, Lee Eddy (Red vs Blue) as Alexis, Aaron Spivey-Sorrells (Lazer Team, American Crime) as Cain, Garrett Graham (The Divergent Series: Allegiant, American Crime) as Dave, Joel Heyman (Red vs BlueRWBY) as Bill, and Jessica Schwartz(American Crime) as Nicole. Day 5 was written by Josh Flanagan, Chris Demarais, Aaron Marquis and Mark Bristol.

As part of Rooster Teeth’s subscription video platform, Day 5 will be available exclusively to subscribers (known in the Rooster Teeth community as “Sponsors”) via RoosterTeeth.com or the Rooster Teeth App.  Rooster Teeth’s official mobile video platform is available for free in the App Store and Google Play. Users may sign up for a FREE 30-day Sponsorship trial in the app or at RoosterTeeth.com/Sponsorship and receive instant access to all Sponsor benefits (early and/or exclusive access to content, access to live broadcasts, and a 5% discount on Rooster Teeth store merchandise). Following the trial period, Sponsorship runs $4.99 per month recurring.

 

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