Netflix has dropped the official trailer for its upcoming limited series Florida Man. Created by Donald Todd, the series stars Edgar Ramírez, Abbey Lee, Anthony LaPaglia, Otmara Marrero, Lex Scott Davis, Emory Cohen, Clark Gregg, Isaiah Johnson, Paul Schneider and Lauren Buglioli.
The two-minute-36-second-long trailer follows a struggling ex-cop (Edgar Ramírez), who is forced to return to his home state of Florida to find a Philly mobster’s runaway girlfriend. What could’ve been an easy mission becomes a wildly spiralling journey into buried family secrets and an increasingly futile attempt to do the right thing in the wrong place.
Florida Man will be streaming on Netflix from April 13.
Rahul Talks To People
Amazon Prime Video on Tuesday released the official trailer of Rahul Subramanian’s stand-up comedy special Rahul Talks To People. The special, directed by Biswa Kalyan Rath, is a mashup of Rahul’s shows held in five different cities.
In the one-minute-13-second-long trailer, we see Rahul talking to the audience about topics like stressful jobs, cricket umpiring and even marketing of products and services.
Rahul Talks To People will arrive on Amazon Prime Video on March 30.
IGN Movie on Tuesday shared the teaser-trailer of the upcoming American science fiction thriller film Biosphere. Directed by Mel Eslyn, the film stars Mark Duplass and Sterling K. Brown.
The one-minute-six-second-long video shows the last two men on earth living together in a distant future. They now must adapt and evolve to save humanity.
Biosphere will hit the theatres in July.
The Kardashians Season 3
Hulu unveiled the teaser for the third season of its reality show The Kardashians. The series focuses on the personal lives of the Kardashian–Jenner family — Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie.
The 45-second-long teaser shows glimpses of the upcoming season and invites viewers back into Kardashian–Jenner family’s lives as they navigate through motherhood, co-parenting and building their own empires.
The Kardashians Season 3 will be streaming on Hulu from May 25.