The Resort’: Peacock’s mystery-thriller checks in with July premiere date

The Resort is something that has hooked everyone to social media. The Resort fans are eagerly anticipating the release. Below we have mentioned everything we know so far about The Resort.

The Resort is a new American dark comedy mystery series developed by Sam Esmail and Andy Siara for Peacock. William Jackson Harper and Cristin Milioti play a married couple who become embroiled in a mystery from their past.

Noah and Emma are celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary by taking a trip to the Oceana Vista Resort on the Mayan Riviera. While Noah seems happy with his life, Emma worries that their marriage is stagnating. Their marriage is put to the test when they become embroiled in an unresolved mystery from 15 years ago.

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The Resort Release Date

The warm weather of summer is finally here, and Peacock has the perfect getaway planned to “The Resort.”

The comedic mystery-thriller series, which was first announced in early 2020 and then picked up by the NBCUniversal streaming service last June, finally makes its debut on Thursday, July 28. The premiere date for Peacock’s upcoming comedic thriller, The Resort, has been announced, and while the mystery will draw you in, the screenplay is about much more.

The Resort’s first three episodes will air on Thursday, July 28. All remaining episodes of the season will be made available every Thursday. It’s “a multi-generational, coming-of-age love story disguised as a fast-paced mystery about the disappointment of time,” and it stars William Jackson Harper, Cristin Milioti, Nick Offerman, Skyler Gisondo, and others. A couple’s marriage is put to the test when they accidentally get involved in the Yucatan’s most bizarre unsolved mystery from 15 years ago while celebrating their anniversary.

The Resort
The Resort

A married couple celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary gets entangled in an unsolved mystery from 15 years prior while staying at a hotel in the Yucatan. The show follows a married couple of schoolteachers, Noah (William Jackson Harper, Love Life) and Emma (Cristin Milioti, How I Met Your Mother), as their relationship rapidly deteriorates.

“When I was much younger and had more energy, I wanted to make a big summer movie with mystery, detectives, adventure, comedy, tragedy, romance, a natural disaster, plus a dose of the surreal and existential — and ideally it would have been for Universal. That didn’t happen,” creator, executive producer, and co-showrunner Andy Siara (screenwriter of 2020’s breakout time loop hit, Palm Springs) said in a statement. “But now, many years later, we have The Resort… and it’s kind of a big summer movie with all of those things… just split into 8, half-hour episodes on Peacock, which is kind of like the sibling of Universal, so it all came together in the end.”

Nina Bloomgarden (Hot Pink) plays Violet Thompson, who is staying at the Oceana Visa Resort with her father and her boyfriend, Murray (Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation); Skyler Gisondo (The Santa Clarita Diet) plays Sam, who is staying at the Oceana Visa Resort with his parents and girlfriend in 2007; Luis Gerardo Méndez (Murder Mystery) plays Baltasar Fras, the hotel’s manager; and

Ben Sinclair (also an executive producer and director of the first four episodes) plays resort owner Alex; Parvesh Cheena (Mythic Quest) plays his husband Ted; Michael Hitchcock (Black Monday) plays another man named Ted; Debby Ryan (Insatiable) plays Sam’s girlfriend Hannah; Dylan Baker (Hunters) plays his father Carl, and Becky Ann Baker (Girls) plays his mother Jan.

“The Resort is about a lot of things,” Siara teased. “There are big swings and little swings. It’s someone looking back on their life and trying to remember the good times, mixed with a 5-year-old playing with toys in the backyard. It never takes itself too seriously, but sometimes it gets pretty serious. I guess, at its core, it’s about people who want to go back to a time in life when things seemed a bit easier before the hard parts of life keep piling up. It’s about people who are trying to recapture that feeling of home. And within that, there’s a big mystery.”

The show’s co-showrunner and executive producer is Angelyne’s, Allison Miller. Sam Esmail and Chad Hamilton, of Esmail Corp, veterans of Mr. Robot and Homecoming, are also executive producing under their Esmail Corp banner (via Anonymous Content). Sarah Matte, who is also affiliated with Esmail Corp, is a co-executive producer. UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group contributed to the production.

On Thursday, July 28th, the Resort will air on Peacock. Production took place in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.

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