Rabbit Hole, starring Kiefer Sutherland, opened the Paramount+ presentation at the Television Critics Association 2023.
The streaming studio unveiled a new teaser poster and a few official photos from the series. Also, the critic members got a teaser trailer.
The panelists in attendance included Kiefer Sutherland (John Weir), Meta Golding (Hailey Winton), Enid Graham (Josephine “Jo” Madi), Rob Yang (Edward Homm), along with John Requa (showrunner/executive producer), and Glenn Ficarra (showrunner/executive producer).
On IMDB, the series is described as “a private espionage operative battles over the preservation of democracy in a world at odds with misinformation, behavioral manipulation, the surveillance state, and the interests that control these extraordinary powers.
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“We live in a world that is ripe with conspiracy theories. We’re pummeled with misinformation that makes us believe in the unbelievable. It’s where nothing where it seems,” addressed writer/director/showrunner Glenn Ficarra to the audience.
Rabbit Hole is an eight-part series. It is described as a paranoid series.
“It’s the world we don’t know about,” said actor Keifer Sutherland. “There has to be a world above and below the one we existed in. We are envious of people who have more information than we do.”
Rabbit Hole is a streaming premiere date on Paramount+ on March 26.
Check out the teaser art and photos below.