Hot off the heels of its Season 1 ending, AMC has actually provided audiences the very first take a look at the next season of its drama series 61st Street. This very first appearance is available in the type of a new teaser trailer for the upcoming 2nd season that is set to premiere in 2023.
The brand-new teaser gives audiences a taste of the fallout that will originate from the season ending that aired on May 29. The trailer concentrates on attorney Franklin Roberts, played by Courtney B. Vance (The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Criminal Offense Story, Lovecraft Nation), who represented Moses Johnson (Tosin Cole), an appealing Black high school professional athlete who is collared for being an expected gang member in the very first season. The 2nd season will see Roberts continue to explore Chicagos infamously corrupt justice system in the hope that he will have the ability to overthrow the whole system. Roberts liquidates the trailer by stating, “I always got my eyes on the prize.”
Peter Moffat, who developed noteworthy shows like Your Honor, Crook Justice, and Silk, works as the creator of 61st Street along with writer J. David Shanks (The Chi). Together with Vance and Cole, the series boasts an all-star cast consisting of Aunjanue Ellis (When They See United States), Mark O’Brien (All Set or Not), Holt McCallany (Mindhunter), Andrene Ward-Hammond (Manifest), and Bentley Green (Sugary Food Magnolias).
Both Moffat and Shanks likewise function as executive manufacturers on the series along with Michael B. Jordan by means of his Outlier Society banner, which likewise produces the series along with AMC Studios. Other executive manufacturers on the series consist of Elizabeth Raposo (Simply Grace) likewise for Outlier Society, Alana Mayo (Tom Clancys Without Regret, Simply Grace), Jeff Freilich (Lodge 49, Dispatches from In Other Places), and Hilary Salmon (MotherFatherSon, The Night Of, London Spy).
The expected 2nd season of 61st Street will premiere on AMC in 2023; in the meantime, all of Season 1 of the drama series is presently readily available to stream on AMC+. You can take a look at the brand name brand-new teaser trailer for the upcoming 2nd season listed below:
Check out the main description of the series down listed below:
Moses Johnson, an appealing Black high school professional athlete, is swept up into the infamously corrupt Chicago criminal justice system. Franklin Roberts (Courtney B. Vance) takes the case, acknowledging the prospective to overthrow the whole Chicago judicial system.