The initially Special Ops: Lioness trailer showcases the spy thriller’s star-studded cast. From Yellowstone co-creator Taylor Sheridan and motivated by a real United States military program, the upcoming series stars Zoe Saldaña as a CIA operative called Joe handling her individual and expert life throughout the war on fear. In addition to Saldaña, the star-studded Special Ops: Lioness cast likewise consists of Nicole Kidman, Morgan Freeman, Michael Kelly, Dave Annable, Jill Wagner, LaMonica Garrett, James Jordan, Austin Hébert, Jonah Wharton, Stephanie Nur, and Hannah Love Lanier.

Today, Paramount Plus launched the very first trailer for Special Ops: Lioness. Check it out below:

Other than showcasing its star-studded cast, the Special Ops: Lioness trailer presents the titular military program led by Kaitlyn Meade (Nicole Kidman) and Donald Westfield (Michael Kelly). They get an enthusiastic Marine called Cruz (played by Locke & Key‘s Laysla De Oliveira) to go undercover along with Joe for the CIA’s objective to stall state-sponsored terrorism and avoid the next 9/11.

What To Expect From Special Ops: Lioness

Zoe Saldana and Nicole Kidman in Taylor Sheridan show Lioness

As is normally the case with a Sheridan-produced program, Lioness is led by huge stars like Avatar and Guardians of the Galaxy’s Saldaña and Academy Award winners Kidman and Freeman. The cast likewise consists of a familiar face in Michael Kelly, who is best understood for House of Cards. The Yellowstone co-creator likewise hired stars from his hit Western universe for his brand-new spy thriller – Dave Annable and LaMonica Garrett. Sheridan, likely impressed by her functions in current hits, personally hired Saldaña for the series by sending her the pilot script and assuring to mold the character of Joe around her.

While the majority of Sheridan’s movie and television tasks have actually been neo-westerns, consisting of the Yellowstone universe and the Oscar-chosen Hell or High Water, Lioness is strongly a spy thriller, similar to the very first script he composed, Sicario, which was directed by Denis Villeneuve. But unlike the imaginary account supplied by Sicario, Lioness is based upon the genuine United States military program that intended to befriend the better halves and children of high-value targets in order to collect intelligence. It’s an appealing real story that ought to produce an engaging restricted series when Special Ops: Lioness premieres July 23 on Paramount+.

Source: Paramount Plus