The end of the world is on the horizon in the first trailer for Gregg Araki’s ten-part Starz series “Now Apocalypse”.

Premiering at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, the neon-infused show is described as a “coming-of-age comedy”, which follows Ulysses, played by Canadian actor Avan Jogia, as he tries to navigate life in Los Angeles while also dealing with apocalyptic premonitions.

Are his visions as sinister as they seem? Or has he simply been smoking too much weed? Ulysses is joined by his millennial friends Ford (Beau Mirchoff), Severine (Roxane Mesquida), and Carly (Kelli Berglund) as he tries to figure out the answer to those questions.

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The trailer suggests the series will combine dark conspiracies with millennial angst, relationship drama, and plenty of sex appeal. At one point, Berglund’s character describes it as a cross between “a fairy tale” and “vintage gay porn.”

An official synopsis for the series reads: “‘Now Apocalypse’ explores identity, sexuality, and artistry while navigating the strange and oftentimes bewildering city of Los Angeles.”

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Araki has worked on TV shows such as “13 Reasons Why” and “Riverdale” but this marks his first time at the helm of a series. He directs every episode and executive produces alongside longtime collaborators Steven Soderbergh and Gregory Jacobs. Araki also directed feature films “The Doom Generation” (1995) and “Kaboom” (2010), among several others.

Viceland investigative series “Slutever” creator-host Karley Sciortino co-wrote each of the 10 episodes with Araki.

“Now Apocalypse” premieres Sunday, March 10 on Starz.