Release Date & First Look Photos For 'Terminator Zero' From Netflix

by Outsiders
May 15, 2024
Netflix released the First Look images for Terminator Zero, premiering globally on August 29, 2024.

The anime hails from Japanese animation studio Production IG (Ghost in the Shell). The eight-episode series will be part of the Terminator universe but will center around new characters. It will be the first-ever iteration of the franchise to be animated.

2022: A future war has raged for decades between the few human survivors and an endless army of machines. 1997: The AI known as Skynet gained self-awareness and began its war against humanity.

Caught between the future and this past is a soldier sent back in time to change the fate of humanity. She arrives in 1997 to protect a scientist named Malcolm Lee who works to launch a new AI system designed to compete with Skynet's impending attack on humanity. As Malcolm navigates the moral complexities of his creation, he is hunted by an unrelenting assassin from the future which forever alters the fate of his three children.

Terminator Zero consists of a total of 8 episodes, which are set to be released on August 29, 2024. The show is led by showrunner, executive producer, and writer Mattson Tomlin, known for his work on "Project Power" and "The Batman II." The executive producers of the series are Skydance, including David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Don Granger. The director of Terminator Zero is Masashi Kudo, and the animation studio responsible for bringing the series to life is Production IG.
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Outsiders - 2024-06-07 @ 12:19 am

It has been revealed at the Next on Netflix: Animation event in Los Angeles, as reported by Deadline, that Timothy Olyphant has been cast as the voice of The Terminator in the highly anticipated animated series Terminator Zero.

Outsiders - 2024-05-15 @ 9:56 pm

Netflix released the First Look images for Terminator Zero, premiering globally on August 29, 2024.

The anime hails from Japanese animation studio Production IG (Ghost in the Shell). The eight-episode series will be part of the Terminator universe but will center around new characters. It will be the first-ever iteration of the franchise to be animated.

2022: A future war has raged for decades between the few human survivors and an endless army of machines. 1997: The AI known as Skynet gained self-awareness and began its war against humanity.

Caught between the future and this past is a soldier sent back in time to change the fate of humanity. She arrives in 1997 to protect a scientist named Malcolm Lee who works to launch a new AI system designed to compete with Skynet's impending attack on humanity. As Malcolm navigates the moral complexities of his creation, he is hunted by an unrelenting assassin from the future which forever alters the fate of his three children.

Terminator Zero consists of a total of 8 episodes, which are set to be released on August 29, 2024. The show is led by showrunner, executive producer, and writer Mattson Tomlin, known for his work on "Project Power" and "The Batman II." The executive producers of the series are Skydance, including David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Don Granger. The director of Terminator Zero is Masashi Kudo, and the animation studio responsible for bringing the series to life is Production IG.

Frozentenderloin - 2023-11-13 @ 1:43 pm
17 hours ago, Satam said:

The last movie had a few issues, but I really liked it a lot better. It was a huge improvement over the previous two movies that came before it. Anyway, this isn't a movie, and while there's only been one Terminator spin-off series-The Sarah Connor Chronicles, which was obviously live action and not anime-it was probably the best Terminator anything made after T2. Did the franchise have to keep going after 1991? No. Will Hollywood ever leave this alone? Also no.

I agree with this statement on all fronts!I will say this though, if there is one thing that anime as a whole excels at, it is tech/robot/AI type stuff. Having an anime spin on the Terminator may not be a bad thing- so long as the character designs don't have crazy Goku hair and they avoid strange anime humor...

Satam - 2023-11-12 @ 8:33 pm

The last movie had a few issues, but I really liked it a lot better. It was a huge improvement over the previous two movies that came before it. Anyway, this isn't a movie, and while there's only been one Terminator spin-off series-The Sarah Connor Chronicles, which was obviously live action and not anime-it was probably the best Terminator anything made after T2. Did the franchise have to keep going after 1991? No. Will Hollywood ever leave this alone? Also no.

deecee4 - 2023-11-12 @ 1:49 pm
11 hours ago, MagnaPrime said:

I don't know this franchise has that, stop kicking him he's already dead" feel for me.

After T2, each successive movie felt more and more like a case of diminishing returns. Almost felt like the last movie was thought of as a joke.

TheOtakuX - 2023-11-12 @ 6:13 am
3 hours ago, MagnaPrime said:

I don't know this franchise has that, stop kicking him he's already dead" feel for me.

Well, unlike the three before it, the last movie was REALLY good (not 1 or 2 good, but still really good). Sadly, nobody saw it.

MagnaPrime - 2023-11-12 @ 2:24 am

I don't know this franchise has that, stop kicking him he's already dead" feel for me.

Outsiders - 2023-11-12 @ 12:17 am

The much-anticipated Terminator anime series has finally received an official announcement teaser from Netflix. Titled Terminator: The Anime Series, the show is created by writer/showrunner Mattson Tomlin, directed by Masashi Kudo, and animated by Production IG. The eight-episode series, executive produced by Skydance, revolves around the conflict between mankind and the self-aware Artificial Intelligence called Skynet.

Terminator: The Anime Series reads as follows: 2022: A future war has raged for decades between the few human survivors and an endless army of machines. 1997: The AI known as Skynet gained self-awareness and began its war against humanity Caught between the future and this past is a soldier sent back in time to change the fate of humanity. She arrives in 1997 to protect a scientist named Malcolm Lee who works to launch a new AI system designed to compete with Skynets impending attack on humanity. As Malcolm navigates the moral complexities of his creation, he is hunted by an unrelenting assassin from the future which forever alters the fate of his three children.

Blurr86 - 2021-02-28 @ 9:55 am
12 hours ago, Lord_Scareglow said:

seems like every franchise is getting a chance at a new series on a streaming service, let terminator get a crack at it.

Wanna see that liquid metal dealing damage then getting its ass kicked by Arnold S again. Making me happier I subscribed to Netflix. how I only wish #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague will air on it , too, and all DC stuff for that matter.

SpiderS - 2021-02-28 @ 6:32 am

This could be the perfect way to rejuvenate franchise. Hopefully it's good.

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