National Geographic channel’s The Right Stuff is getting up on Disney+. This show is an American drama web series based on the book of the same name written by Tom Wolfe. This show is about- During the height of the Cold War, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration selects seven of the military’s best test-pilots how they have to deal with a lot of situations their families, ambitions, and training. And how they inspire the whole world by achieving something extraordinary by risking their lives.
When will it be released?
It is set to be aired on Disney+ with two episodes on October 9, 2020. So guys get ready as something good is coming soon. The series will consist of a total of 8 episodes.
In the trailer which was released on May 5, shows the anniversary of Astronaut Alan Shephard’s 1961 mission. The video also includes Shepard’s Mercury-Redstone 3 rocket composed on its Cape Canaveral launchpad and also shows the control centre from where NASA’s original flights were managed.
“This true story of scientific innovation and human perseverance could not be more timely,” Courteney Monroe, president of National Geographic Global Television Networks, said in a statement. “National Geographic’s ‘The Right Stuff’ is an aspirational story about exploration, ambition, determination, and resilience and reminds us that human beings can achieve the extraordinary when united by a common purpose.”
Let’s see how good this show will be. I think by looking at its trailer, this one would be one of the highest-rated series and of course inspiring series on Disney+. Let’s hope for the best.
Micah Stock as Deke Slayton, Jake McDorman as Alan Shepard, Aaron Staton as Wally Schirra, Michael Trotter as Gus Grissom, Patrick J. Adams as John Glenn, Colin O’Donoghue as Gordon Cooper, and James Lafferty as Scott Carpenter.
Is the trailer available?
Yes, the trailer is available online. We have also provided the link below for your convenience.