Apple TV+ picks up new Uma Thurman series Suspicion
The show is a remake of the popular Israeli series False Flag.
Apple TV+ has officially ordered a full season of new kidnapping thriller Suspicion.
The show will serve as an English language-remake of the acclaimed Israeli series False Flag which ran for two seasons from 2015 to early 2019.
Uma Thurman will star as an American businesswoman whose 21-year-old son is abducted from an upmarket hotel in New York.
The act is captured on CCTV which implicates four British citizens who’ve been staying in the hotel. Are they guilty? Or just unlucky enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time?
Rob Williams, who worked as a writer on both The Man in the High Castle and Killing Eve, will serve as showrunner while Chris Long is to direct.
The Big Bang Theory’s Kumal Nayyar, Noah Emmerich, Georgina Campbell, Elyes Gabel, Elizabeth Henstridge and Angel Coulby round out the cast.
Suspicion is one of several shows recently announced by Apple TV+ which also includes the Gary Oldman-lead spy drama Slow Horses and Stephen Spielberg’s WW2 miniseries Masters of Air starring Tom Hanks.
A release date for Suspicion has yet to be announced.
You can stream both seasons of False Flag on Netflix now.