[02/12/18 - 05:08 PM] Video: New Trailer - Crackle's "The Oath" from Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Starring Sean Bean and Ryan Kwanten The series launches Thursday, March 8 on the streaming service.
[via press release from Crackle]
The gritty action-packed drama stars "Game of Thrones" alum, Sean Bean, Ryan Kwanten ("True Blood"), Cory Hardrict (American Sniper, Gran Torino), Katrina Law ("Training Day"), Arlen Escarpeta ("The Magicians"), and J.J. Soria ("Animal Kingdom," "The Fosters"). Rounding out the ensemble cast are: Michael Malarkey ("The Vampire Diaries"), Eve Mauro ("CSI Miami"), Kwame Patterson ("The Wire," "American Crime Story"), Linda Purl ("Homeland," "True Blood") and Elisabeth R�hm ("Law & Order").
The series explores a world of gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend and sheds light on corrupt and secret societies that are nearly impossible to join - only a select few make the cut - but once inside, members will do what they must to protect each other from enemies on the outside and from within their own ranks.
Created by Joe Halpin ("Hawaii Five-O," "Secrets and Lies"), who worked as a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputy in South Central for 17 years, 12 of which as an undercover officer, the series takes ?an unforgiving look at the complicated dynamics in these organizations and documents the lives of those willing to risk it all, to have it all.
"The Oath" is executive produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and his G-Unit Film & Television Inc., Todd Hoffman of Storied Media Group, Dennis Kim and Anne Clements ("StartUp") and Joe Halpin who is also creator, writer and showrunner. The series is directed by Jeff T. Thomas ("Blindspot," "Wayward Pines") and Luis Prieto (Kidnap, "StartUp").
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