Omri Givon's When Heroes Fly has received a English and Spanish adaptation under the title Echo 3 for Apple TV+, and the streamer just released a trailer for the show, which you can watch below.
Echo 3 stars Luke Evans, Michiel Huisman, and Jessica Ann Collins as an important familial trio. Collins plays Amber Chesborough, who is described as a "brilliant, young scientist" and the "emotional heart" of their family. She goes missing along the Colombia-Venezuela border, and her brother Bambi (Evans) and husband Prince (Huisman) will do anything to bring her home. But, despite their military pasts, complicated relations between the countries and some mysterious circumstances around kidnapping will not make that easy.
"Amber, if you're out there and you're listening, we're all so worried about you. You did nothing wrong. We're going to find a way out of this," Bambi says at the start of the trailer when he goes on a podcast to tell their story.
The series also stars Martina Gusmán, James Udom, Maria Del Rosario, Alejandro Furth, and Juan Pablo Raba, with special guest star Bradley Whitford. In addition to Givon's series, Amir Gutfreund's novel of the same title serves as source material inspiration for Mark Boal's new series.
Boal serves as creator, showrunner, and director. Other executive producers are Keshet Studios' Peter Traugott, Jason Horwitch, Givon, Eitan Mansuri, Jonathan Doweck, Mark Sourian, Avi Nir, Alon Shtruzman, Karni Ziv, and Pablo Trapero, who also directs.
Echo 3 premieres Nov. 23 with its first three episodes and then streams one new episode every Wednesday up to and including the finale on Jan. 11.