Date and official trailer of the curious Netflix thriller with Will Forte

Date and official trailer of the curious Netflix thriller with Will Forte
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The new series is produced by former President of the United States of America Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama.

Part thriller, part dark comedy, the new TV series by Netflix Bodkinproduced by none other than the former President of the United States of America Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obamawill be available in streaming with all episodes from May 9th. In announcing the release date, the platform also released the official trailer.

Bodkin: The plot and cast of the TV series

Written by Jez Scharf, Bodkin revolves around a diverse group of podcasters (played by Will Forte, Siobhan Cullen And Robyn Cara) who decide to investigate the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in an idyllic Irish coastal town. But, when they begin to pull the strings, they discover a story much bigger and stranger than they could have ever imagined. As they try to discern fact from fiction—about the case, about their colleagues, and, most painfully, about themselves—the tale challenges our perception of truth and reveals the stories we tell ourselves to justify our beliefs or substantiate our fears.

Forte plays Gilbert, a charming, open and charismatic American podcaster looking for his next big story. While he hopes the trip to Ireland will help him discover his Irish roots, he soon realizes there’s much more beneath the surface, both to himself and to the case. Cullen plays Dove, a hard-headed Dublin investigative journalist. She has a refined bullshit detector and a healthy contempt for authority and hypocrisy. Cara is Emmy, a bright, funny and eager-to-please researcher who helped Gilbert organize the padcast. They are joined by the other cast members David Wilmot (Station Eleven) And Chris Walley (Bloodlands).

 
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