Apple TV+ airs trailer for “Slow Horses” season two, the acclaimed espionage series

Apple TV+ original action drama series “Slow Horses” season 2 will premiere on December 2 and ahead of its launch, the Studio has released its debut trailer that provides a glimpse of the new spy mystery involving Russian agents in British society uncovering in the upcoming season.

The darkly humorous espionage series is adapted from “Dead Lions,” CWA Gold Dagger Award-winning Mick Herron’s second novel. It follows the lives of a dysfunctional team of British agents who work in MI5’s dumping-ground department of known as Slough House because of making career-ending mistakes.

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Watch the Cold War secrets unearthed on Apple TV+ new “Slow Horses” season 2

Starring Gary Oldman as the “irascible” leader of the spies, the “Slow Horses” season 2 will unearth secrets of the Cold War between Russia and the West after WWII and the team’s heroism to dismantle a terrorist attack.

In season two, long-buried Cold War secrets emerge which threaten to bring carnage to the streets of London. When a liaison with Russian villains takes a fatal turn, our hapless heroes must overcome their individual failings and raise their spy game in a race to prevent a catastrophic incident.

The series ensemble cast features Kristin Scott Thomas, Jack Lowden, Saskia Reeves, Chris Reilly, Rosalind Eleazar, Christopher Chung, Dustin Demri-Burns, Freddie Fox, Samuel West, Kadiff Kirwan, Aimee-Ffion Edwards, and Jonathan Pryce.

Slow Horses season 2 is directed by Jeremy Lovering, produced by See-Saw Films and adapted for TV by Will Smith. It is executive produced by Jamie Laurenson, Hakan Kousetta, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Graham Yost, Douglas Urbanski, Gail Mutrux, along with Smith.

Season 1 of Slow Horses is available on Apple TV+ for $4.99 per month across Apple devices and on the web through

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  1. Although Mick Herron’s Bad Actors meanders a bit, it is still almost as compelling a read as Slow Horses. Mind you, that’s not surprising: on Amazon, Mick Herron is described as “The John Le Carré of our generation” and it’s all to do with bad actors and slow horses. Who would have thought le Carré might be associated with “any generation”! In terms of acclaimed spy novels, Herron’s Slough House series has definitely made him Top Of The Pops in terms of anti-Bond writers. For Len Deighton devotees that ends a long and victorious reign at number one.

    Raw noir espionage of the Slough House quality is rare, whether or not with occasional splashes of sardonic hilarity. Gary Oldman’s performance in Slow Horses has given the Slough House series the leg up the charts it deserved. Will Jackson Lamb become the next Bond? It would be a rich paradox if he became an established anti-Bond brand ambassador. Maybe Lamb should change his name to Happy Jack or Pinball Wizard or even Harry Jack. After all, Harry worked for Palmer as might Edward Burlington for Bill Fairclough (real life MI6 codename JJ) in another noir but factual spy series, The Burlington Files.

    Of course, espionage aficionados should know that both The Slough House and Burlington Files series were rejected by risk averse publishers who didn’t think espionage existed unless it was fictional and created by Ian Fleming or David Cornwell. However, they probably didn’t know that Fairclough once drummed with Keith Moon in their generation in the seventies. Both books are a must read for espionage illuminati.

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