in night agentPeter Sutherland (Gabriel Basso) is in charge of a phone that never rings.. until it rings..
The trailer for the Netflix series, released on Thursday, March 23, shows Peter on a train. Find the bomb and evacuate everyone. The bomb goes off. Peter is then welcomed into the White House by Diane Far (Hong Chau), the president’s chief of staff. “Have you heard of Night Action? It’s a top-secret investigation program within the FBI,” she told him. “You want me to be a Night Agent?” he asked. “God, no,” she corrected him. “I want you to answer the phone for them.
But then the phone rang. Peter meets Rose Larkin (Lucy Buchanan), and it’s up to him to protect her. And they must work together to uncover a conspiracy that ultimately leads to the Oval Office.
Check out the action-packed trailer above for more info. (And we have to admit we liked “Trust no one” before looking at X-file‘Robert Patrick)
night agentBased on the novel by Matthew Quirk, Sarah Desjardins stars as Maddie Redfield, daughter of Vice President Fola Evans-Akingbola as Chelsea Arrington, Maddie’s head of security; Eve Harlow as Ellen, an unpredictable assassin whose impulse is redeemed; Enrique Murciano as Ben Almora, White House Secret Service leader; Phoenix Raei as Dale, Ellen’s partner in violence and romance, and DB Woodside as Erik Monks, who returns to the Secret Service after a long hiatus.
Creator and host Shawn Ryan executive produces with Seth Gordon, Marney Hochman with MiddKid Productions; Julia Gunn with Exhibit A; Jamie Vanderbilt, William Sherak, Paul Neinstein and Nicole Tossou with Project X; and David Beaubaire with Sunset Lane Media Gordon, Guy Ferland, Ramaa Mosley, Adam Arkin and Millicent Shelton directing. The series is produced by Sony Pictures Television Studios.
night agentseries premiere Thursday, March 23 on Netflix