Moses Johnson, a bright high school athlete who gets sucked into the notoriously corrupt Chicago criminal court system, is the central character of “61st Street,” a compelling drama set in the city’s current day.
Where To Watch?
For those of you who like criminal legal thrillers, we’ve got good news for you. 61st Street is the name of a new AMC television series that will premiere in the fall. Peter Moffat’s TV series 61st Street will launch on AMC and AMC+ in the fall.
The first and second episodes will be available for viewing simultaneously on the streaming service on the day of their debut. Afterwards, fresh episodes will be published every week on Sundays starting from that point forward. AllBLK and AMC+ will be able to stream the episodes a week earlier than usual.
PLOT of the ’61st Street’
In 61st Street, Tosin Cole plays Moses Johnson, a high school athlete in Chicago who is the subject of the film’s narrative. He gets arrested one day on suspicion of being a member of a gang. Franklin Roberts, Moses Johnson’s lawyer, is taking on the city’s notoriously corrupt court system. At the same time, prosecutors and police are looking for retribution after an officer was killed in a cocaine raid.
Fortunately, we won’t have to wait too long to see 61st Street in the distance. 61st Street will debut on AMC (The Walking Dead) on April 10, 2022, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, according to the network. AMC+ will air the first two episodes simultaneously on the debut date. The remaining episodes will be released on a regular basis. At the very least, folks can now sit back and count down the days (or weeks?) till they can see it.