Rabbit Hole, a new spy series, has arrived on Paramount+ and is already being loved by the audience for its thrilling storyline and captivating performances. The show stars Kiefer Sutherland as John Weir, a private espionage agent.
The agent is now framed for murder and has to go through a ‘cat-and-mouse game’ to regain his freedom. Instead of releasing all the episodes of the first season at once, Paramount+ will be airing new episodes weekly. Continue reading to know the full release schedule of Rabbit Hole season 1.
Rabbit Hole Release Schedule
The show began airing on Paramount+ on Sunday, March 26, with a two-episode special premiere. The season, which is set to feature eight episodes, will now follow a weekly schedule with new episodes coming out on Sundays at 12 am PT / 3 am ET. The finale is set to air on May 7. Here is the full release schedule:
- Episode 1: Pilot: March 26th
- Episode 2: At Any Given Moment: March 26th
- Episode 3: The Algorithms Of Control: April 2nd
- Episode 4: April 9th
- Episode 5: April 16th
- Episode 6: April 23rd
- Episode 7: April 30th
- Episode 8: May 7th
For international viewers, each episode will be released a day later on Mondays.
What is Rabbit Hole About?
The show revolves around corporate spy John Weir, who is known for his sadistic nature and for getting his way out through deception. In his last assignment, he is framed for murder by a mysterious group.
“John Weir is a corporate spy adept at deception and ruining lives. In his last mission, a mysterious cabal turns the table on him and gives him a taste of his own medicine by framing him for a murder, and he finds himself in a cat-and-mouse game for gaining his freedom,” reads the official synopsis for the series.
The show was ordered by Paramount+ in May 2021, with the title being announced in February of the following year. The filming began in May 2022 in Canada and was concluded a few months later.
Rabbit Hole Cast and Crew
Apart from Kiefer Sutherland, the show also stars Rob Yang as Edward Homm, Charles Dance as Dr Ben Wilson, Meta Golding as Hailey Winton, Enid Graham as Josephine “Jo” Madi, Jason Butler Harner as Valence, Walt Klink as The Intern, Ishan Davé as Hafiz, Wendy Makkena as Debra and Mark Winnick as Young Crowley.
“I was such a huge fan of John and Glenn, and they’re such delicate writers. [There are] nuances, and the fact that they’ve woven comedy and a love story into what is a thriller, where the stakes are life and death? The balance of all of those things together is pretty extraordinary,” Sutherland said about the show in a recent interview.
Rabbit Hole is created by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa and produced by CBS Studios, along with Norman Bender, Michael J. Ballin, Thomas Ray Aguilar and Nick Pavonetti. The executive producers include Glenn Ficarra, John Requa, Charles Gogolak, Hunt Baldwin, Kiefer Sutherland and Suzan Bymel.
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