AMC Networks has unveiled the trailer for the Giancarlo Esposito-led crime thriller Parish. Set to hit AMC and AMC+ this March, the teaser trailer has up to now promised an action-packed thriller from the Breaking Dangerous actor.
Within the newly launched video titled “Our Father, Who Artwork in Heaven…,” Esposito’s character is seen praying after an unlucky collection of occasions led him to utterly lose management over his personal life.
“Lead us not into temptation, and ship us from evil,” Esposito says within the trailer.
Along with starring within the upcoming collection, the award-winning actor additionally served as Parish’s government producer alongside Danny Brocklehurst, Jim Poyser, Jolyon Symonds, David Morrissey, Josh Kesselman, Danny Sherman, Barry Jossen, Tana Jamieson, Theo Travers, and Nicola Shindler.
What’s Parish about?
The six-episode crime thriller relies on Brocklehurst and Poyser’s hit UK collection The Driver. Hailing from showrunners Eduardo Javier Canto and Ryan Maldonado, Parish follows the titular character, Gracian Parish, who will quickly discover himself in a dangerous state of affairs involving a prison syndicate.
The synopsis for Parish reads: “Within the collection, Esposito stars as Gracian “Grey” Parish, a household man and proud proprietor of a luxurious automotive service in New Orleans. After his son is violently murdered and his enterprise collapses, an encounter with an previous good friend from his days as a wheelman resurfaces previous habits, sending Grey on a high-stakes collision course with a violent prison syndicate.”
Who else is concerned in Parish?
Other than Esposito, Parish boasts a powerful forged with Physician Sleep actor Zackary Momoh starring as Zimbabwean gangster The Horse. Paula Malcomson (The Starvation Video games) can even star within the forthcoming collection as Grey’s spouse Rose.
The remainder of the forged contains Scream’s Skeet Ulrich as Colin, Wallander’s Bonnie Mbuli as Shamiso Tongai, Hawkeye’s Ivan Mbakop as Zenzo, Chicago Hearth’s Dax Rey as Luke, and Black-ish’s Arica Himmel as Grey and Rose’s daughter Makayla.
The West Wing’s Bradley Whitford can even star within the collection in a recurring function. He’ll reportedly painting Anton. Furthermore, Orphan Black actress Amanda Brugel will visitor star within the collection as Sister Anne.
Take a look at the stills from Parish down beneath: