'The Night Agent' Trailer - Ready for a Thrilling Ride
'The Night Agent' Trailer
Netflix has released the official trailer of the Movie "The Night Agent" a new thriller series based on the novel by Matthew Quirk. The show, created by Shawn Ryan with MiddKid Productions, stars Gabriel Basso and Luciane Buchanan, among others.
The trailer offers a glimpse into the story of Peter Sutherland (Basso), a low-level FBI agent who is tasked with manning an emergency telephone in the White House basement.
Peter Sutherland becomes an unexpected hero when he saves hundreds of people during a train ride.
He discovers a bomb that had been planted on the train and manageed to guide the passengers to safety in the nick of time.
As a result of his bravery, Peter lands a job at the White House. However, he is relegated to answering an emergency phone that never rings.
His sole responsibility is to redirect essential calls to the team that is actually charged with solving problems.
One night, Peter receives a call from a desperate civilian named Rose Larkin (Buchanan), who is being attacked by a masked killer.
Peter rushes to her home and saves her.
From that moment, he is assigned to protect her at all costs while getting embroiled in a deep conspiracy involving powerful individuals within the White House. Peter and Rose must fight for their lives as assassins follow them everywhere they go.
The trailer gives us a glimpse of the show's thrilling action set pieces and also also highlighting the paranoia that the audience can expect from the series.
There's no one Peter and Rose can trust as they attempt to uncover the truth. The assassins are always hot on their heels, and there seems to be no end in sight to the danger they face.
This is an action-packed thriller with a strong focus on character development. The story centers around a low-level FBI agent who is stationed in the basement of the White House, where he works a mundane job, answering a phone that never rings.
However, one fateful night, his life takes an unexpected turn when the phone finally rings, and he is thrust into a dangerous conspiracy that leads him all the way to the Oval Office.
The show boasts an impressive lineup of executive producers, including Seth Gordon, Marney Hochman, Julia Gunn, Jamie Vanderbilt, William Sherak, Paul Neinstein, Nicole Tossou, and David Beaubaire.
Together, they bring a wealth of experience to the table, having produced some of the most popular TV shows and movies in recent times.
The series promises to be a thrilling ride, with a focus on character development, high-stakes action, and a gripping storyline that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.
Produced by Sony Pictures Television Studio, this is one show that fans of the thriller genre won't want to miss.
"The Night Agent" boasts an impressive cast, including Hong Chau as the President's loyal chief of staff Dianne Farr, Sarah Desjardins as the Vice President's teenage daughter Maddie Redfield, Fola Evans-Akingbola as the diligent head of Maddie's security detail Chelsea Arrington, Eve Harlow as the unpredictable killer Ellen, Phoenix Raei as Ellen's equally murderous lover Dale, Enrique Murciano as the measured, steady leader of the Secret Service Ben Almora, and DB Woodside as returning Secret Service agent Erik Monks who looks to win back the respect he once had.
The Night Agent will be available to stream on Netflix starting later this month.
"The Night Agent" trailer promises an exciting and suspenseful thriller with a stellar cast and a complex storyline.
Gabriel Basso's portrayal of Peter Sutherland is captivating and intense, while Luciane Buchanan's performance as Rose Larkin is equally impressive.
With Shawn Ryan as the creator and showrunner, audiences can expect a high-quality production that will keep them on the edge of their seats.
With its fast-paced action and deepening conspiracy, "The Night Agent" is a show that you won't want to miss.
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