Kiefer Sutherland is widely recognized for his portrayal as Jack Bauer in the Fox drama 24 from 2001 until 2010 and again briefly in 2014. Now, Sutherland is returning to his action thriller roots in the upcoming Paramount+ series Rabbit Hole, which will debut this spring.
The dynamic actor’s most recent major role was as President Tom Kirkman in the ABC/Netflix thriller Designated Survivor, which featured action plots but fell short of our expectations. John Weir (Sutherland), a master of deceit in the realm of corporate espionage, is framed for murder by strong forces with the ability to influence and manipulate communities as he strives to defend democracy in an ever-changing world.
What else do we currently understand about Rabbit Hole? Here is all the information you need regarding Kiefer Sutherland’s long-awaited comeback to the action genre for Paramount Plus.
Date of the release of Rabbit Hole
The premiere of Rabbit Hole will occur on March 26, 2023. The first two episodes will be released concurrently, followed by weekly releases of the remaining episodes. The first season will consist of a total of eight episodes.
The series is filmed in Ontario, Canada, Sutherland’s home province and also the location of select scenes from his previous series, Designated Survivor.
How to Observe “Rabbit Hole”
Rabbit Hole will be streamable on Paramount+, which is compatible with Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and a range of other devices. Paramount+ provides the $4.99/month or $49.99/year Essential Plan and the ad-free $9.99/month or $99.99/year Premium Plan, which includes a CBS live stream.
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What Is Known Regarding Rabbit Hole
According to the above brief synopsis and teaser clip, this appears to be familiar territory for the 24 lead actor. Rabbit Hole appears to place Sutherland on the opposing side of the battle compared to 24’s Jack Bauer, who fought terrorists to ensure the safety of the United States. This time, those in authority appear to want him gone.
There will undoubtedly be power battles between Sutherland’s John Weir and his detractors. Based on what we know about the themes of “population control” and “government surveillance” conducted by mysterious entities, it may also touch on some conspiracy theories.
John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (This Is Us) created Rabbit Hole, which is executive produced by Sutherland, Requa, and Ficarra. Executive producers Charlie Gogolak, Hunt Baldwin, and Suzan Bymel are also involved. The show will be produced by CBS Studios, while Paramount Global Content Distribution will distribute it.
Cast a Roach Hole
We now know that Kiefer Sutherland will be starring as John Weir, but who else will be in Rabbit Hole?
The cast also includes:
Rob Yang portrays a high-ranking official who becomes entangled in a conspiracy that could affect the entire globe.
Wendy Makkena as Debra, one of the nation’s most trusted news anchors
As Dr. Ben Wilson, Charles Dance
Meta Golding in place of Hailey Winton
Enid Graham in the role of Josephine “Jo” Madi
Jason Butler Harner in the role of Valence
Walt Clink served as an intern
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