Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams will launch on Stan on 18 September

Alex Kidman 6 September 2017

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We won't have to wait long to see the sci-fi master's visions come to life.

Stan only announced that it had secured the rights back in late July for Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams, an anthology series based on the works of the writer behind the tales that make up Bladerunner and Total Recall. Today, Stan confirmed that the series will commence airing on 18 September.

Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams will be a 10-part series with quite the cast list, including Steve Buscemi, Greg Kinnear, Anna Paquin, Terrence Howard, Timothy Spall and Bryan Cranston. Cranston also serves as an executive producer on the series, which is produced by Sony Pictures Television. Stan describes the show as its first international collaboration, with the series set to show on Channel 4 in the UK and on Amazon Prime Video in the US.

Stan has been busy of late, with its recent original series The Other Guy now airing, and a TV adaptation of Romper Stomper in the works.

Want to check out everything else airing on Stan, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in September? Our comprehensive September streaming guide has you covered.


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