Yes Studios and Paramout produce new futuristic Young Adult thriller "Wonder"

The series will debut later this year on yes TV and will be globally sell by yes Studios and Paramount's Ananey Studios.

6 JUN 2024


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Yes Studios announces its new realistic technological thriller "Wonder" (8x45’) was created by Yishai Orian ("The Beetle") and Yair Sagi ("The Beetle") and produced by Paramount’s Ananey Studios.

Set in the near future, "Wonder" is focused around Noya, a 17-year-old girl killed in a car crash, and the story of how her father Avner, a retired combat officer, and Daria, Noya’s best friend and a social media personality, join forces and set off on a journey together to investigate her death. They discover Noya had a secret virtual life as part of a growing movement of teenagers swept up in the world of “wonder”—a new and mysterious virtual reality gaming app. Avner, who was mostly absent from Noya’s life, now faces a series of shocking revelations about his daughter. His and Daria’s investigation, along with flashbacks into Noya’s past, gradually unfolds the dark chain of events that led to her night-time accident in the desert.

"Wonder" will debut later this year on yes TV, and it stars Noa Kirel and Yovel Lewkowski ("All Time High"). yes Studios will share international distribution for Wonder with Paramount's Ananey Studios.

Sharon Levi, managing director at yes Studios, says, “We are excited to have this new drama series in production and look forward to introducing it to our international partners. We always try to offer something new to buyers, and 'Wonder' is like nothing else on our slate. Futuristic but grounded in reality, this thriller will have broad appeal, but we especially believe that it will prove popular with young adult audiences looking for something different. This ‘YA’ space is something that we’ve been keen to explore, and working together with Ananey and Paramount, we have found the perfect series to both reach a global audience and resonate with a generation that is hooked on their phones and, at times, disconnected from the real world.”