Calls: Season 1

Calls: Season 1

Calls: Season 1

With minimalist abstract visuals, this unique suspense series from the director of Don't Breathe is told entirely through 12-minute phone conversations. Based on the French series of the same name, featuring voice work from Nick Jonas, Lily Collins, Pedro Pascal and more.

2021Apple
MysteryThriller

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
19 March 2021

The End

"There’s someone outside. / What? / He's in the backyard...This is so scary."

EPISODE 1.2
19 March 2021

The Beginning

"What day? / The day you screwed up your life, Mark"

EPISODE 1.3
19 March 2021

Pedro Across the Street

"Long story short, he asked me to pick up a bag from his house. / Who asks for that?"

EPISODE 1.4
19 March 2021

It's All in Your Head

"This is gonna sound weird but my arms are stretching and they're getting longer."

EPISODE 1.5
19 March 2021

Me, Myself, and Darlene

"I just shot her. And I'm calling to turn myself in, so if you wanna send someone down here, I'll wait."

EPISODE 1.6
19 March 2021

The Universe Did It

"Last time I saw you, you said you loved me since the 8th grade and you knew you always would."

EPISODE 1.7
19 March 2021

Mom

"...And then you'll connect with someone in the future. / Or in the past, hopefully the past."

EPISODE 1.8
19 March 2021

Is There a Scientist on the Plane?

"Captain. Our flight, this flight, it’s all over the news. They’re saying we crashed somewhere over Phoenix."

EPISODE 1.9
19 March 2021

Leap Year Girl

"Please put your daddy issues aside, okay? The fate of the world depends on it."

Calls: Season 1 / Reviews

Decider

Decider

Wholly immersive and totally chilling.

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IGN

IGN

Calls is a uniquely emotional and alarming experience.

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CNN

CNN

Represents a change of pace, built around the notion that the horrors conjured by our imagination often surpass anything that millions of dollars in special effects can visualize.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Truly, Calls is a collection of choices that I mostly just don't understand.

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