"Foundation" is an American science fiction streaming television series directed by David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman.
The starring cast includes Jared Harris as Hari Seldon, Lee Pace as Brother Day, Lou Llobell as Gaal Dornick, Leah Harvey as Salvor Hardin, Laura Birn as Eto Demerzel, Terrence Mann as Brother Dusk, Cassian Bilton as Brother Dawn, Alfred Enoch as Raych Foss, Clarke Peters as Abbas Hardin, Cooper Carter as Young Brother Dawn and others.

Here are "Foundation" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Foundation TV series?

Apple TV on Thursday, November 11, 2021 released the trailer for "Foundation" you can watch here:
Foundation - Finale Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is Foundation TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Foundation" TV series plot summary.

Foundation chronicles "...the thousand year saga of The Foundation, a band of exiles who discover that the only way to save the Galactic Empire from destruction is to defy it."


Who plays who in the Foundation TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Foundation" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Jared Harris  as Hari Seldon a mathematician and developer of psychohistory, an algorithmic science that allows him to predict the future in terms of probabilities
Lee Pace  as Brother Day the middle-aged member of a series of genetic clones of Cleon I
Lou Llobell  as Gaal Dornick Hari's protégée, a self-taught young woman from a planet where the pursuit of knowledge as considered heresy
Leah Harvey  as Salvor Hardin the Warden of Terminus 35 years after Seldon's trial with a connection to the mysterious Vault
Laura Birn  as Eto Demerzel majordomo to the Emperors and one of the last surviving androids from the ancient Robot Wars
Terrence Mann  as Brother Dusk the eldest member of a series of genetic clones of Cleon I
Cassian Bilton  as Brother Dawn the youngest member of a series of genetic clones of Cleon I and the successor-in-training of Brother Day (episode 3 onward)
Alfred Enoch  as Raych Foss the adopted son of Hari Seldon
Clarke Peters  as Abbas Hardin a Seldon follower, the first Warden of Terminus, and father of Salvor Hardin
Cooper Carter  as Young Brother Dawn
Sasha Behar  as Mari Hardin a Seldon follower and the mother of Salvor Hardin
Daniel MacPherson  as Hugo an interplanetary trader from Thespis
Kubbra Sait  as Grand Huntress Phara Keaen the top military officer of Anacreon
Reece Shearsmith  as Jerril an Imperial agent during Cleon XII's reign
Elliot Cowan  as Lewis Pirenne the Director of the Foundation and first successor of Hari Seldon
Amy Tyger  as Azura Odili an Imperial Palace gardener and love interest of Brother Dawn/Cleon XIV
Mido Hamada  as Shadow Master Obrecht the Imperial spymaster during Cleon XIII's reign
T'Nia Miller  as Zephyr Halima Ifa a senior priestess of the Luminist faith vying to become its next leader
Christian Contreras  as Commander Dorwin an Imperial soldier sent to investigate loss of contact with Terminus
Chipo Chung  as the voice of the Deliverance simulation system
Ian McNeice  as Master Statistician Tivole the head of the Emperor's personal team of mathematicians
Pravessh Rana  as Rowan
Nikhil Parmar  as Freestone
Jairaj Varsani  as Poly
Buddy Skelton  as Keir
Chloe Lea  as Gia
Joni Morris  as Laylo
Nikol Kollars  as Jacenta
Vanessa Ifediora  as Imperial Herald
Stuart McQuarrie  as Lunden
Johanna O'Brien  as Shivaughn
Julia Farino  as Zephyr Gilat
Matt Gavan  as Jord Hasp
Geoffrey Cantor  as Ambassador Thanwall
Catriona Loughlin  as Vreede
Shauna Black  as The Raven Computer
Abby Dunlavy  as Spacer
Alicia Gerrard  as Yate
Darragh O'Toole  as Romus
Isaiah Joshua Chambers  as Mystery Boy
Brian F. Mulvey  as Travik
Teyarnie Galea  as Young Gaal Dornick
Carolina Main  as Ambassador Shae Un Shae
Antony Bunsee  as Ambassador Xandem
Jade Harrison  as Bayla
Chris Jarman  as Jarko
Brian Bovell  as Trantorian Seer Priest
Kim Adis  as Lowre
Mark Lavery  as Kalin
Joyce Grey-Carter  as Synnaxian Stone Remover
Martin McDougall  as Akiva
Ryan Ali  as The Beggar Computer
Rory Nolan  as Muller Holk
Kez Anderson  as Spacer
Samir Fuchs  as Prime Magistrate
Fiach Kunz  as Thespin Soldier
Michael Elwyn  as Pilgrim Eskel
Ann Firbank  as Crone Zephyr
Jayne Giordanella  as Mother Zephyr
Sarah Naudi  as Maiden Zephyr
Florence Ordesh  as Briwan
Ahd Tamimi  as Magnus
Nikhil Dubey  as Bomber #1
Conor Dudley Fergus  as Bomber #2
Ben Bazell  as Dusk Double
Gerard Lee  as Imperial Doctor
Juan Carlos Tacoronte  as Field Hospital Patient
Proschat Madani  as Lors Avakim
Georg Nikoloff  as Senior Laundry Worker
Muiris Crowley  as Captain Tacud
Wale Ojo  as Arren Sorn
Lynsey Beauchamp  as Garden Supervisor
Seham Aar  as Veena Ahluwalia
Naisa Kripalani Dhankani  as Young Phara
Kirsten Block  as Chamberlain
Laila Pyne  as Jiam Quarver
David Jacob Sumod  as Ilex
Garry Mountaine  as Master Ilan
Abdul Alshareef  as Comms Tech
Jerry Kwarteng  as Imperial Guardian Suit
Orion Ben  as Pistis
Pius McGrath  as Encyclopedist
Fergus Mulligan  as Eiton
Slaney Power  as Daia
Anne Gill  as Teacher
Micky Pridhanani  as Anacreon Soldier
Thomas Lappin  as Customs Officer
Barry McGovern  as Orlio
Christopher Marren  as The Invictus Computer
Theo St. Claire  as Synnax Algae Worker 1
Emma Campbell  as Cryopod Computer
Jordy Meya  as Synnax Algae Worker 2
Mina Andala  as Seer Priest
Helen Portelli  as Proxima Opal
Rachel Lynch  as Little Girl
Stephanie Karam  as Operator (Dorwin Ship)
Alexander Siddig  as Advocate Xylas
Zoha Rahman  as Onelle
Rhea Rose Rodillas  as Operator #2 (Dorwin Ship)
Sofía Privitera  as Dara Pirenne
Clare Agius  as White-Robed Woman
Dinesh Bhavnani  as Neem
Abigail Rambaaya  as Acolyte
Arthur Clague  as Lewis Pirenne's Son
Gabriel Adewusi  as Imperial Centurion
Julia Brown  as Moswen
Sonsoles García  as Citizen
Jack English  as Running Terminite
Chris Dowling  as Big Guy


What are Foundation filming details?

"Foundation" series are produced by Phantom Four and Skydance Television.

The average duration of each episode is 45 - 69 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Foundation TV series?

"Foundation" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.3/10.

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