Based on the award-winning novel by Neil Gaiman, the series stars Ricky Whittle (The 100, Austenland) as protagonist ex-con Shadow Moon, Ian McShane (Deadwood, Pirates of the Caribbean) as Mr. Wednesday who enlists Shadow Moon as part of his cross-country mission, and Emily Browning (Sucker Punch, Legend) as Shadow’s wife, Laura Moon.
Created and written by Ben Watkins (Burn Notice), the series returns with Golden Globe winner Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy) starring as Judge Pernell Harris.
Debuting on 17th March, the series tells the story of Lukas Franke (Matthias Schweighöfer), a young hotel manager and father who is brutally torn out of his everyday life when his personal data is hacked and he finds the story of his life beginning to be rewritten.
Despite their status as the world’s two largest streaming platforms, and both being well versed in the need for content to be easily discoverable, both Amazon Prime Video and Netflix are inflicting some rather poor user experiences on their customers which hamper the ability to find new things to watch.
BBC Worldwide has signed a deal to provide Amazon Prime members in India access to more than 600 hours of award-winning and popular factual and pre-school content from the BBC.