john wick prequel series continental, which is scheduled for the beginning of 2023, will be held internationally prime video Amazon̵7;s streaming service is available in all regions except Israel and the Middle East.
in America, continental will launch on Peacock after leaving Starz Earlier this year to NBCU streamers. as informed of the deadline, The three-part action event series is inherently more appropriate for Peacock, which has also acquired the rights to john wick Movies.
continental The special explores the origin story and inner workings of the Continental Hotel, a centerpiece of the John Wick Universe that serves as a refuge for assassins. The film is told from the point of view of the hotel manager portrayed by Ian McShane in the franchise – a young Winston Scott, played by Colin Woodell., Throughout the series, viewers will follow Winston through the underworld of ’70s New York, where he battles demons from his past as he attempts to take control of the iconic Hotel – a hotel that is home to the world’s most dangerous criminals. Serves as a meeting point. ,
Woodell stars with Iomide Edgun, a young Charon, Peter Green, Joe Uncle Charlie, Mel Gibson as Cormack, Ben Robson as Frankie, Hubert Pointe-du Jour as Miles, Jessica Allen as Lou, Michelle Prada as Will portray as KD and Nung. Kate as yen.
Keanu Reeves, who stars in the movies, is not expected to star in the series.
“The John Wick films have created one of the most immersive, detailed and entertaining universes we have seen on screen in the last decade,” said Chris Mansolillo, Director, Content Acquisition, Prime Video. “We are extremely proud to have played a part in continuing to build that universe, giving viewers an insight into the origins of the infamous Continental Hotel and its incredible characters.”
Greg Coolidge and Kirk Ward serve as writers, showrunners and executive producers on continental, Other executive producers are Albert Hughes, Basil Ivanick and Erica Lee of Thunder Road Pictures, Chad Stahelski, Derek Kolstad, David Leach, Paul Wernicke, Rhett Reese and Marshall Persinger. Sean Simmons serves as a writer and executive producer.
Hughes directed the first and third nights, and Charlotte Brandstrom directed the second night.