Max, the renowned streaming platform, has just dropped an enticing trailer for "Full Circle," the highly anticipated limited drama helmed by acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh. With a stellar cast featuring Claire Danes, Zazie Beetz, and an array of talented actors, this crime thriller promises to captivate audiences with its interconnecting narratives and a gripping storyline centered around the abduction of a teenage boy.
The eagerly awaited series will premiere on July 13, with the initial release of two episodes, followed by a weekly rollout of two episodes, leading up to the grand finale on July 27. The Full Circle trailer, embedded below, offers a tantalizing glimpse into the intriguing web of characters and their entangled lives.
Set against the backdrop of present-day New York City, the show promises to unravel a complex investigation into a failed kidnapping, uncovering long-held secrets that bind together disparate individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds.
This exploration of the interconnectedness of characters and cultures adds a layer of depth to the narrative, amplifying the tension and suspense that are hallmarks of Soderbergh's work.
Soderbergh's Stellar Ensemble Shines
Executive produced and directed by Soderbergh himself, "Full Circle" showcases the remarkable talent of its ensemble cast.
In addition to Danes and Beetz, viewers can look forward to stellar performances from Jim Gaffigan, Jharrel Jerome, Timothy Olyphant, CCH Pounder, Phaldut Sharma, Adia, Sheyi Cole, Gerald Jones, Suzanne Savoy, Ethan Stoddard, Lucian Zanes, and Dennis Quaid.
The collaboration between these accomplished actors brings to life a complex tapestry of characters, each harboring their own secrets and motivations. The screenplay for "Full Circle" is penned by the talented Ed Solomon, known for his work on other notable films.
Solomon, along with Casey Silver, also joins Soderbergh as an executive producer for the series. This project marks a significant reunion between Soderbergh and Max, as they previously collaborated on successful ventures like "Let Them All Talk" and "Kimi." Notably, "Full Circle" serves as Soderbergh's first major foray into television in three years, following his involvement in the critically acclaimed Quibi thriller, "Wireless." As the countdown begins for the highly anticipated release of "Full Circle," fans of Soderbergh's signature style can expect an enthralling crime drama that explores the intricate connections between characters, cultures, and the secrets that bind them.
With its star-studded cast, masterful direction, and a captivating storyline, "Full Circle" is poised to deliver an unforgettable viewing experience when it arrives on Max this summer.