Paramount+ has dropped The Gold trailer for the upcoming U.S. debut of BBC One’s heist drama, primarily based on the long-lasting true story of the Brink’s-Mat theft. The video teases the aftermath of Britain’s largest gold heist in historical past which follows a decades-long investigation.
The 6-episode collection was first launched within the U.Ok. final February. It’s now scheduled to reach on Paramount+ on September 17.
Take a look at The Gold trailer under (watch extra trailers):
Who’s the Solid of The Gold
The Gold is directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Aneil Karia and Lawrence Gough from a screenplay written by Neil Forsyth. It stars Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Jack Lowden (Gradual Horses), Dominic Cooper (The Preacher), Charlotte Spencer (The Duke), Tom Cullen (Black Mirror), Emun Elliott (Guilt, Outdated), Sean Harris (Mission: Unattainable), Ellora Torchia (Midsommar), and Stefanie Martini (The Final Kingdom).
“They have been searching for £1 million,” reads the synopsis. “They discovered £26 million. Impressed by the largest gold heist in Britain’s historical past, The Gold tells the story of the 1983 Brink’s Mat theft that kicked off a long time of investigation, corruption, arrests, and homicide because the police tried to establish the criminals and get better the gold.”
The collection is government produced by Forsyth and Ben Farrell for Tannadice Footage, Tommy Bulfin for BBC, and Kate Laffey and Claire Sowerby-Sheppard for VIS, with Charlie Leech serving as a producer.