Echoes is a 2022 Australian mystery thriller series created and written by Vanessa Gazy for Netflix. The seven episode TV series series has been executive produced by Vanessa Gazy, Brian Yorkey, Imogen Banks, and Quinton Peeples under That Kid Ed Productions and Endemol Shine Banks Australia.
There are a total of seven episodes in the series which are having an average running time of almost 50 minutes. To our surprise, all episodes have been released on the same day.
Is Echoes on Netflix?
Yes, the thrilling drama series is now streaming on Netflix. The series premiered on 19 August 2022 on the original network with the seven episodes of an average running time of 47-55 minutes.
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Does Amazon Prime have Echoes?
No, the Australian drama miniseries is not included in the content library of Amazon Prime right now. The show is neither covered in the Prime Video subscription nor it is available in the Video on Demand section where you can rent or purchase it.
Instead, you can watch other similar TV series like Wheel Time, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Reacher, Vikings, The Expanse Season 7, Succession, The Terminal List, Invincible season 2, Fleabag, Papergirls, Yellowjackets, Chesapeake Shores, etc.
Where to watch Echoes?
The thriller series is exclusively streaming on Netflix inside the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and most of the countries worldwide.
You need to take a Netflix subscription if you want to want to stream this series. A basic monthly plan costs around $9.99 per month while the standard plan costs around $15.49 per month.
There is also a premium plan that provides 4K UHD quality that outshines SD and Full HD quality but it’s also the most expensive plan that costs around $19.99 per month.
Echoes True Story
The series is created and written by award winning Australian writer, director, and creator Vanessa Gazy and is entirely fictional. Neither it takes inspiration from a true story nor it is based on any book or novel.
As Gina is shown writing a book with the same title, it’s natural for us to assume that the book inspired the creator to create the series. But the truth is, Gazy has written all the stuff by herself and there is no one behind the series except her imagination.