Kiefer Sutherland is trying to save the world (again). The 24 alum’s new thriller, Rabbit Hole, premieres its first two episodes Sunday, March 26 on Paramount+. Here’s what you need to do before it drops.
The series follows John Weir (played by Sutherland), who works as a spy in the world of corporate espionage. Soon, though, his mission goes international when Dr. Ben Wilson (Game of Thrones‘ Charles Dance) enlists John to “save the world,” plunging him into a world of political unrest and creepy tech surveillance.
How to Stream Rabbit Hole Online
Rabbit Hole is a Paramount+ original, so it will be available exclusively on the streaming platform on March 26. If you subscribe to Paramount+, you also get access to other originals such as Star Trek: Picard, Wolf Pack, Tulsa King, 1923, Mayor of Kingstown and Criminal Minds: Evolution. The streamer also offers subscribers movies like Top Gun: Maverick, Teen Wolf: The Movie and Devotion, and live sports action from the NFL on CBS, UEFA Champions League and March Madness (punctuated by highlights, replays and expert analysis via CBS Sports HQ).
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What Is Rabbit Hole About?
Rabbit Hole follows Weir as he tries to “save the world.” The mission leads to guns being drawn, punches being thrown — and John sticking a screwdriver into an electrical grid to knock out a city block’s power? Things get even stickier when John “is framed for murder by powerful forces who have the ability to influence and control populations,” per the official description.
The supporting cast includes Meta Golding (Empire), Enid Graham (Mare of Easttown), Rob Yang (Succession), Walt Klink (The English) and Jason Butler Harner (Ozark). This Is Us alums John Requa and Glenn Ficarra serve as writers and directors on the eight-episode series.
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