Apple TV+ has just dropped the Slow Horses trailer. It’s an upcoming espionage series starring Gary Oldman as the unwilling leader of a group of misfit spies. The Series is based upon the best-selling Novels by author Mick Herron.
The first two episodes of slow horses premiere worldwide on 1st April on Apple Tv+, and after that, the rest of the four episodes will premiere every Friday of the week.
The Slow Horses’ first season adapts the first book of Herron’s espionage series, which already counts with eight volumes and two novellas. So if the Series become Successful, then must be Apple Tv+ could renew the show for more season with ease; the Oldman attached to the project in such a delightful way, Most Probably Slow Horses, will get a warm Welcome and it Deserves.
Slow Horses Introduces us to Slough House, an espionage department where MI5 dumps everyone they deem unfit. We can see in the trailer that the grumpy and hopeless leader of the Slough House, Jackson Lamb, addresses the newcomers by underlining how they are failures and that working with them is the lowest point of his disappointing career.
It brings the best exemplary introduction to the dark humor of the upcoming Slow Horse series, with Oldman delivering a pep talk that’s not at all inspirational.
Generally, Slough House is where careers go to die, and former spies are forced to spend their days handling paperwork and watching time slowly drip between their fingers.
However, once the department finds a lead in a hostage situation, they get the chance to prove their worth once again. Unfortunately, Lamb is not much in favor of doing actual spy work. Still, he’s dragged into the mess anyway, as the pariahs of Slough House uncover illegal operations that might involve people inside MI5.
The Star cast of the SLow Horses includes Kristin Scott Thomas, Jack Lowden, Olivia Cooke, Saskia Reeves, Dustin Demri-Burns, Rosalind Eleazer, Christopher Chung, Paul Higgins, Freddie Fox, Chris Reilly, Steve Waddington, Paul Hamilton, Antonio Aakeel, Peter Judd and also there is a special guest appearance by Jonathan Pryce.