According to heading 1253 of Production weekly, the series is set for production in August 2021 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Deadline previously confirmed it Echo consists of seven episodes, each of which will be an hour long. So provided everything goes as planned, it’s likely to arrive on Netflix sometime in 2022.
Yorkey and his former collaborator “13 Reasons Why” Quinton Peeples (who also recently produced the show “Runaways”) will act as co-showrunners and executive producers, while Vanessa Gazy will be credited as the creator and author of Echoes.
“It’s a privilege and an unsurpassed thrill to make a TV show that reaches all over the world the moment it’s launched – an incredible opportunity to not only entertain and surprise, but maybe even say something that matters. the way we live now, “Yorkey said in a statement (via Hollywood Reporter).
Gazy, who originally embarked on the project under an Australian initiative to launch new female voices on television, added: “I am so excited to bring the show to a wide and international audience.”