Apple TV+ shares an inside look at upcoming drama ‘Slow Horses’

Apple TV+ has today shared an inside look at the upcoming drama ‘Slow Horses’ that lands on the streaming service on April 1.

The next big Apple TV+ show to arrive on our screens will star Gary Oldman and Kristin Scott Thomas in a story that follows a team of British intelligence agents who find themselves labeled as misfits. To promote the premiere of the show next week, Apple TV+ has now shared a new behind-the-scenes look at what we can expect.

The video, posted to YouTube, runs for almost three minutes and is definitely worth a watch if you’re on the fence about checking the show out next Friday.

Slow Horses follows a team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 – Slough House. Oldman stars as Jackson Lamb, the brilliant but irascible leader of the spies who end up in Slough House due to their career-ending mistakes. Joining Oldman is a decorated ensemble cast including Academy Award nominee Kristin Scott Thomas (“Darkest Hour”), Academy Award nominee Jonathan Pryce (“The Two Popes”), BAFTA Scotland Award winner Jack Lowden (“Dunkirk”), and Olivia Cooke ( “Sound of Metal”).

If that isn’t enough to whet the appetite I don’t know what will be!

You will of course need an Apple TV+ subscription to watch the show, priced at $4.99 per month. Those who subscribe to the Apple One bundle will also be able to catch the show, too.

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