[08/22/18 - 12:52 PM] Video: Sony Crackle Releases Official Trailer for Sophomore Season of "Snatch," Premiering Thursday, September 13th with All 10 Episodes Ahead of the wide release, the scripted original drama series will debut with a sneak peek on Amazon devices through the Sony Crackle app starting Friday, August 31.
[via press release from Crackle]
SONY CRACKLE RELEASES OFFICIAL TRAILER AND NEW EPISODIC PHOTOS FOR SOPHOMORE SEASON OF "SNATCH," PREMIERING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH WITH ALL 10 EPISODES
SCRIPTED ORIGINAL DRAMA, NOW SET IN SPAIN'S COSTA DEL SOL, STARS RUPERT GRINT WITH KEVIN CONNOLLY DIRECTING MULTIPLE EPISODES
CULVER CITY, CA - August 22, 2018 - Sony Crackle today released the official trailer and new photography for the sophomore season of "Snatch" premiering with all 10 episodes Thursday, September 13 on the free streaming network. Ahead of the wide release, the scripted original drama series will debut with a sneak peek on Amazon devices through the Sony Crackle app starting Friday, August 31.
In the new season, star and executive producer Rupert Grint takes viewers to Spain's Costa del Sol where the Hill Gang remains on the lam in another thrill-a-minute fight to save their fortune, and their lives. True to form, it's not long after settling in the fictional coastal town of San Toledo that the Hills run afoul of the local kingpin and find themselves pressed into the malevolent crime boss' service. Just surviving will take every ounce of skill and daring our heroes have but outsmarting their enemies and taking over the town for their own is something only the Hills are savvy and crazy enough to pull off!
Grint, known around the globe as Ron Weasley from the "Harry Potter" film franchise, returns as the utterly posh, Charlie Cavendish-Scott, alongside an ensemble cast featuring Luke Pasqualino ("Skins," "The Borgias") as Albert Hill, Lucien Laviscount ("Scream Queens," "Honeytrap") as Billy Ayres, Phoebe Dynevor ("The Village," "Dickensian") as Lotti Mott, Juliet Aubrey ("The Infiltrator," "Primeval") as Lily Hill, Tamer Hassan ("House Red") as Hate 'Em and Dougray Scott ("Mission Impossible II," "Desperate Housewives," "My Week With Marilyn") as Vic Hill. New to this season are Spanish actors �rsula Corber� ("Money Heist"), Hovik Keuchkerian ("Assassin's Creed," "The Night Manager") and Tristan Ulloa ("Farinia: Snow on the Atlantic").
The series, loosely based on the wildly popular film of the same name, is executive produced by Alex De Rakoff, who also serves as writer and showrunner, Aaron Ginsburg, William Green and Rupert Grint. New this season are directors Kevin Connolly, Tom Dey ("Failure to Launch," "Shanghai Noon") and Luis Prieto ("The Oath," "Kidnap").
Viewers can catch-up with the first season of "Snatch" and stream all 10-epiosdes on the free streaming network now.
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