Today’s new trailers included an HBO/HBO Max cop drama, a Rebel Wilson comedy movie on Netflix and the return of Paramount+’s Star Trek: Lower Decks.
Executive producer David Simon (The Wire) is back with his newest cop drama We Own the City. Developed by Simon and George Pelecanos (The Deuce), the six-part limited series chronicles the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force in the 2000’s, and a moral collapse of the city.
In a statement, HBO said, “As We Own This City depicts the Baltimore Police Department, the connective tissue between the shows goes beyond the creative teams and the city of Baltimore. While The Wire was a fictional story, it was speaking to the issues in policing stemming from the drug war heading into the turn of the century and the 2000s. But We Own This City deals with the next generation of the drug war.”
The cast includes Jon Bernthal, Wunmi Mosaku, Jamie Hector, Josh Charles, Jamie Hector, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Domenick Lombardozzi, Trey Chaney, Delaney Williams, Jermaine Crawford, Anwan Glover, Chris Clanton, Nathan Corbett, Maria Broom, Susan Rome and Michael Salconi.
We Own This City premieres Monday, April 25 on HBO Max.
Wilson stars in the Netflix original film Senior Year which premieres May 13. Wilson plays a 37-year-old woman who wakes up from a 20-year-old coma who tries to relive her high school glory days as a cheerleader.
The cast includes Sam Richardson, Zoë Chao, Mary Holland, Justin Hartley, Chris Parnell, Angourie Rice, Michael Cimino, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Brandon Scott Jones and Alicia Silverstone.
Paramount+ released the teaser trailer for Season 3 of Star Trek: Lower Decks., which will stream later this year.
Star Trek: Lower Decks follows the comical misadventures of a group of ensigns aboard the U.S.S. Cerritos. Season 3 will challenge the ensigns in ways they could never imagine.
Voice cast includes Tawny Newsome (Ensign Beckett Mariner), Jack Quaid (Ensign Brad Boimler), Noël Wells (Ensign Tendi), Eugene Cordero (Ensign Rutherford), Dawnn Lewis (Captain Carol Freeman), Jerry O’Connell (Commander Jack Ransom) and Gillian Vigman (Doctor T’Ana).