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Release Date of ‘Slow Horses’, What To Expect

Slow Horses
'Slow Horses' will be released soon with award-winning casts. (Photo: Spy Write)

As a member of a British espionage unit, Gary Oldman stars in Slow Horses on Apple TV Plus. Apple TV+’s original drama lineup is growing, and a new series starring an all-star cast is coming shortly.

Slow Horses

‘Slow Horses’ will be released soon with award-winning casts. (Photo: Spy Write)

What You Need To Know About The ‘Slow Horses’

This film adaptation of Mick Herron’s Slough House series book Slow Horses is based on it. An MI5 dumping ground nicknamed Slough House is home to a group of British intelligence officers who have all made career-ending blunders.

Gary Oldman, Olivia Cooke, Kristin Scott Thomas, Jack Lowden, and Jonathan Pryce all feature in the series, which is described as “darkly humorous,” according to the Hollywood Reporter. The six-episode first season will soon be available on the streaming service, and it seems that the Slough House crew has plans for future projects.

The story of Slow Horses takes place in a run-down London office building named Slough House. It’s a place where retired MI5 operatives go to finish off their careers. All of these “slow horses” have committed career-ending blunders throughout the course of the series.

Release Date, Casts of ‘Slow Horses’

On Friday, April 1st, 2022, the first two episodes of Slow Horses will be available on Apple TV+. Following weekly Friday installments, the season finale will be published on April 29th, 2015.

The Slow Horses cast is a veritable who’s who of Hollywood’s best and brightest. Gary Oldman (Mank, The Dark Knight Trilogy) as Slough House’s Jackson Lamb, a “brilliant but irascible” leader.

Actors Kristin Scott Thomas, Jonathan Pryce, Olivia Cooke, and Jack Lowden also star in the film, which tells the story of a British family in the aftermath of the Second World War, and their struggle to come to terms with the loss of their son. James Hawes (Doctor Who, Black Mirror) directs and Will Smith writes the show (The Thick of It, Veep).