‘Citadel’: Amazon Prime Video Releases New Official Trailer for the Spy Series

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Amazon Prime Video is getting more and more recognition with each new series. This streamer is known for filming TV shows on extremely high budgets, and the most recent example was last year’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, officially the most expensive TV series created to this day.

Although The Rings of Power divided critics and audiences, no one can deny that Amazon Prime Video delivered us some high-quality content, including The Boys, Jack Ryan, The Man in the High Castle, Reacher, and Invincible. Now, the steamer is ready for a new spy thriller series starring Game of Thrones and Eternals star Richard Madden and Quantico and The Matrix Resurrections star Priyanka Chopra Jonas Citadel.

Check the trailer down below:

The series will follow Richard Madden in the role of Mason Kane and Priyanka Chopra Jonas as Nadia Sinh. They are former agents of Citadel, a global spy agency that fell years ago, and they are now leading new lives with their memories wiped. But when Bernard Orlick, played by Stanley Tucci, asks Mason for help to prevent the establishment of new world order, Mason will need to find his former partner and start this action-packed global adventure.

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The trailer shows that this TV show will provide great content for fans of action movies like Mission: Impossible and James Bond 007. Amazon Prime revealed that this is one of their most expensive projects; from what we can see, it looks that way. The series really looks like a high-budget movie, which isn’t even so weird for today’s TV shows.

The series is executive produced by the Russo brothers, directors of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. The series has already been renewed for Season 2, and the Russos are set to direct multiple episodes of Season 2. Josh Appelbaum & Bryan Oh serve as the creators.

The first season of Citadel is set to premiere on April 28, 2023, with the first two episodes on Amazon Prime Video.