Wilderness: out of control is a new original Prime Video series available exclusively from September 15th. The British-made series features the main characters. Jenna Coleman (Victoria, Doctor Who), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Invisible Man) AND Ashley Benson (Spring Break, Pretty Little Liars) in a story of love, betrayal and revenge. There’s nothing better than “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor Version)” Taylor Swift convey the mixture of pain and strength of the spiral of revenge that the main character Liv falls into. Album song Reputation it can be heard in a new re-recorded version in the series’ just-released new teaser trailer.
wild land– official synopsis
Liv, having discovered the betrayal, becomes the protagonist of Will’s bad dreams when the agony soon gives way to another emotion: rage. The couple embark on a journey across the United States that Liv has dreamed of since she was a child: from Monument Valley to the Grand Canyon via Yosemite, culminating in a hedonistic weekend in Las Vegas to get rid of the dust and sweat. For Will, this is an opportunity to make amends, while for Liv, a completely different scenario opens up: a landscape in which accidents constantly occur. The perfect place for revenge.
Women’s Fury: Vengeful Women
wild land boasts a women’s team: created Marnie Dickensbased on the novel B.I. Jonesdirector Seo Young Kim and with Elizabeth Kilgarriff as an executive producer. The theme of revenge is part of a new and lucrative line of products associated with the term “women’s rage”, or female rage, which is expressed through centuries of posed and submissive female portraits. So, in just a few years, we’ve seen more and more evil, powerful, and vengeful protagonists on screen; one above all Carrie Carey Mulligan V Promising Woman.
Song Taylor Swift for the opening credits of the series, this seems like a more than fitting choice. The song is notable among fans for being a pop star comeback after a dark period in public opinion; Taylor’s dismissive response to his enemies. In the re-recorded version, the song takes on even more meaning. Swift re-records her old songs after being denied the opportunity to buy the rights to them. Real revenge that brings money and satisfaction to the pop star.