Citadel: new Amazon Prime spy-fy TV series (trailer).

Get ready to dive into an expansive and groundbreaking global event with Amazon Prime’s upcoming spy drama, Citadel. The series, which is set to premiere on April 28, 2023, promises to be action-packed with a compelling emotional center. But it’s not just a mothership series. There will be several local language satellite series, including adaptations set in the Italian Alps, India, Spain, and Mexico. That’s a whole lot of spying going on!

The cast of Citadel is impressive, with Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra taking the lead as Citadel agents Mason Kane and Nadia Sinh, respectively. They’re joined by Stanley Tucci as Bernard Orlick, Lesley Manville as Dahlia Archer, Osy Ikhile as Carter Spence, Ashleigh Cummings as Abby Conroy, Roland Møller as Anders Silje and Davik Silje, and Caoilinn Springall as Hendrix Conroy. With this star-studded cast, it’s sure to be a thrilling ride.

Amazon promises that all of the local series are meant to enhance the entire entertainment experience and will be available for the viewer to deep dive into an imagined layered world. So, you can expect to immerse yourself in a world full of espionage, danger, and adventure. And with the spinoffs set in different locations, you’re sure to get a taste of different cultures and environments.

We can’t wait to see how the series will play out, but we’re already wondering which local series we’ll enjoy the most. Will it be the Indian adaptation starring Varun Dhawan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu, directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK and produced by Amazon Studios? Or perhaps the Italian series co-produced by Amazon Studios and Cattleya, part of ITV Studios? With so many options, we’re spoiled for choice!

Citadel: new Amazon Prime spy-fy TV series (trailer).
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