Amazon’s Hunters certainly isn’t concerned with pulling any punches, and neither is the brutal new red band trailer.
If you’re a fan of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds or Garth Ennis’ The Boys, then Amazon studios has the show for you.
Hunters, which will debut on the streamer later this month, tells the based-on-true-life story of a group of Nazi hunters living in New York City who make in their mission to hunt down surviving World War II Nazis living in America and ridding the world of their evil.
As we saw in the first trailer, this group of hunters isn’t overly concerned with exactly how they rid the world of Nazis — something that is on full display in the newly released red band trailer.
Check out the new trailer below!
Hunters will tell the story of a group known as the Hunters living in New York City in 1977. The Hunters discover that hundreds of former high-ranking Nazi officials are living among them and conspiring to create the Fourth Reich in the U.S. The group then sets out on a bloody quest to bring the Nazis to justice and thwart their new genocidal plans.
The 10-episode series was created and written by David Weil, with Nikki Toscano, who is an executive producer and is co-showrunning, and produced by critically-acclaimed and commercially-successful horror film director Jordan Peele.
Hunters boasts a talented cast headlined by Logan Lerman as Jonah Heidelbaum and Al Pacino, in his first-ever major television role, as Meyer Hofferman. Joining the two are Emmy Award-nominated The Good Wife actor Dylan Baker, Grey’s Anatomy‘s Jerrika Hinton, Class‘ Greg Austin, The Office’s Catherine Tate, Rise’s Josh Radnor, along with Tiffany Boone (Beautiful Creatures) and Saul Rubinek (Warehouse 13).
The cast also includes appearances from Kate Mulvany (The Great Gatsby), James Le Gros (Drugstore Cowboy), Ebony Obsidian (If Beale Street Could Talk), Caleb Emery (Little), Henry Hunter Hall (When They See Us), and Jeannie Berlin (The Night Of).
Hunters will be available for streaming on February 21 on Amazon Prime Video.