Friday’s ‘Silo’ episode spotlights Common’s character

Have you watched Silothe latest dystopian thriller on Apple TV+?

Silo key art and production footage

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We’re four episodes in and completely hooked on the show, thanks to incredible performances from David Oyelowo, Rashida Jones, Tim Robbins and Common.

Speaking of Common, we have an exclusive clip from the episode airing tomorrow. The clip really gives a good look at her character, who has only made a few brief appearances on the show so far.

Check out the clip below:

Silo is the story of the last ten thousand people on earth, their deep home protecting them from the toxic and deadly outside world. However, no one knows when or why the silo was built, and anyone trying to find out faces fatal consequences. Rebecca Ferguson stars as Juliet, an engineer, who searches for answers to the murder of a loved one and stumbles upon a mystery that goes far deeper than she could have ever imagined, leading her to uncover that if the lies don’t kill you, the truth does.

The 10-episode season, created by Emmy-nominated screenwriter Graham Yost (“Band of Brothers,” “Justified”), who also serves as showrunner, premiered earlier this month on Friday, May 5, 2023 with the first two episodes. A new episode airs weekly, every Friday until June 30, 2023 on Apple TV+.

Silo key art and production footage

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The ensemble cast alongside Ferguson includes Academy Award-winning Tim Robbins, Common, Emmy-nominated Harriet Walter, Chinaza Uche, Avi Nash, Critics Choice Award and NAACP winner David Oyelowo, and Rashida Jones , Emmy-nominated.

Silo is produced for Apple TV+ by AMC Studios and based on the novels by Hugh Howey. The series is created by Yost, and Oscar nominee Morten Tyldum (“Defending Jacob,” “The Imitation Game”) is directing the first three episodes. Yost and Howey along with Tyldum, Ferguson, Nina Jack, Remi Aubuchon, Fred Golan and Ingrid Escajeda serve as executive producers.

The first four episodes of Silo are currently streaming on Apple TV+.

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