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Charlie Cox “Treason” Debut and More Information About the Plot

We finally have more information and a debut date for Charlie’s new mini-series, TREASON. No trailer as yet, but I’m sure that’s coming. More below.

Netflix’s Treason: Plot, Cast, Release Date, and Everything Else We Know

Treason, starring Charlie Cox in the leading role, is one of Netflix’s most anticipated spy series. Here’s what to know.

The year 2022 has produced a wealth of spy thrillers, like The Gray Man and latest Noah Centineo’s The Recruit, but the excitement is far from done. Charlie Cox, the star of Marvel’s Daredevil, has returned to Netflix with another intriguing spy thriller. Despite his willingness to reprise his role as a blind lawyer with Catholic guilt in Daredevil: Born Again, he’ll be returning with another compelling story to tell in the upcoming series Treason.

Treason, initially revealed by Deadline back on December 17, 2021, is a five-part series produced by Netflix in collaboration with Binocular Productions, Borderline Productions, Bryncoed Productions, and ITV Studios. The drama is one of Netflix’s most anticipated miniseries, with the tagline “question everything, suspect everyone.” With that in mind, here’s what we know about Treason, the upcoming spy thriller series.

The Plot

Treason follows Charlie Cox’s Adam Lawrence, an M16 agent with a complicated past that he’s convinced would one day catch up with him and haunt him forever. When a Russian spy named Kara enters Adam’s life, he is compelled to put everything on the line. When things become difficult and the situation worsens, a triangle arises between Kara, Adam, and his wife, Maddy, who work tirelessly to expose each other’s secrets and ruin the one thing they value.

According to Netflix, here’s the official synopsis for the series:

“Trained and groomed by MI6, Adam Lawrence’s career seems set. But when the past catches up with him in the form of Kara, a Russian spy with whom he shares a complicated past, he is forced to question everything and everyone in his life. A triangular relationship forms between Kara, Adam and his wife, Maddy; three people who are trying to expose each other’s secrets, navigate political and diplomatic relationships, whilst hanging onto their personal lives, and those they love most.”

Treason is not your typical espionage thriller but rather a brutal love triangle that entertains in a strange fashion. It may sound odd and upsetting to discover a spy backdrop with a love triangle, but with Charlie Cox in the leading role, fans are willing to overlook everything as long as they get to see him.

Treason: The Cast & Crew

Although the series’ premiere date is approaching, Netflix has yet to release an official trailer, but it has disclosed the cast members who will be entertaining viewers. Charlie Cox will play Adam Lawrence, an M16 agent dealing with a haunting past. The actor is well-known for his work on Marvel’s Daredevil and other notable television shows such as The Defenders and The Kin, as well as cameos in Spider-Man: No Way Home and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.

While Oona Chaplin portrays his wife, Maddy De Costa, Olga Kurylenko plays the Russian spy Kara Yerzov. Oona Chaplin is the granddaughter of famed comedian Charlie Chaplin. She is most recognized for her roles as Talisa Maegyr in Game of Thrones and Zilpha Geary in Taboo, a 2017 mystery thriller. On the other hand, Olga Kurylenko, a Ukrainian actress, is well-known for her appearances in Black Widow, Johnny English Strikes Again, Quantum of Solace, and Tom Cruise’s Oblivion.

While these three are the main characters propelling the narrative, other cast members include Ciaran Hinds as Si Martin Angelis, Beau Gadsdon as Ella, Samuel Leakey as Callum, Adam James as Patrick Hamilton, Tracy Ifeachor as Dede, Kevin Harvey as Olamide, Avital Lvova as Irina Belova, Alexandra Guelff as Fran Gore, Brian Law as Dan Tao, and Joe Macaulay as Pete Barnes.

The series is directed by Louise Hooper and Sarah O’Gorman. While Hooper is best known for directing the popular series The Witcher, O’Gorman rose to prominence with her work on The Last Kingdom, Cursed, and The Witcher: Blood Origin, the sequel. Matt Charman is writing the script, as he is already familiar with spy stories from his prior works, Bridge of Spies, Suite Franchise, and Black Work.

Furthermore, Jamie Salisbury is composing music for the series based on his extensive expertise in films and television shows such as The Dead End, What We Do in the Shadows, and Lagging.

Release Date

Initially, it was speculated that the series would not be available on Netflix until 2023. However, Netflix UK recently announced via Twitter that the series would premiere on December 26, 2022, which is considered Boxing Day in the United Kingdom and Canada.

Everything Else We Know

Treason, despite being a highly anticipated spy thriller of 2022, has a few revelations still need to be disclosed by Netflix, including the official trailer. These complications might have been created by a sudden change of plans to release the series sooner than expected. This raises another concern: whether the series will be available on Netflix worldwide or exclusively in the United Kingdom.

There is no reason to believe the series will only be available in the United Kingdom, as official confirmation came from Netflix UK. However, given Charlie Cox’s celebrity status, there should be no delays, especially considering fans would go to any extent to watch it as quickly as possible.

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Charlie Cox’s Series “Kin” Renewed for Season Two

While scanning the internet for any news to do with Charlie, I found that KIN has been renewed for season two. So we’ll get more serious dysfunction from the Kinsella Clan. So Charlie will be very busy for the foreseeable future given his many Disney+ series as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, and the upcoming TREASON, looks like Charlie will be with us for a long time to come.

Irish Crime Drama ‘Kin,’ From BRON Studios, Starts Production on Season 2 (EXCLUSIVE)

Irish crime drama “Kin” has begun rolling on Season 2, with production kicking off in Dublin last week.

Produced by BRON Studios and Headline Pictures, in association with Irish broadcaster RTÉ, “Kin” follows the Kinsella family, which is at the centre of gang warfare in Dublin. The series airs on AMC Networks in the U.S. and Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Spain and Portugal; Viaplay in Scandinavia; and NPO in Netherlands.

The returning cast includes Charlie Cox (“Daredevil”), Clare Dunne (“Herself”), Aidan Gillen (“Game of Thrones”), Sam Keeley (“Joe vs Carole”), Emmett J. Scanlan (“Peaky Blinders”), Maria Doyle Kennedy (“Outlander”), and Yasmin Seky. Francis Magee has been upped to a series regular this season.

The new 8 x 60′ season will see the Kinsellas as the top dogs in Dublin but killing Eamon Cunningham has created as many problems as it solved. The family has incurred the wrath of an enemy even more dangerous than him, and the greatest threat to the family emerges from within, in the shape of a ruthless, bullying agent of chaos.

The show is supported by Screen Ireland. Peter McKenna (“The Last Kingdom,” “Red Rock”) is the series showrunner/executive producer, writer and creator. Episodic directors are Felix Thompson (“The Letter for the King”), and directing partners are Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor (“Helen”), and Kate Dolan (“You Are Not My Mother”).

Executive producers on the series are BRON Studios’ David Davoli (“Ten Percent”), Samantha Thomas (“Jessica Jones”), Steven Thibault (“Pieces of a Woman”) and Aaron L. Gilbert (“Bombshell,” “Joker”), Headline Pictures’ Christian Baute (“Ten Percent”), Laurence Lenica and Franck Calderon, and Ciarán Donnelly (“Wheel of Time”), who is also the co-creator.

James Flynn (“Vikings”) is producing through his Metropolitan Films banner, with Emma Fleischer on as supervising producer and Gemma O’Shaugnessy as line producer. Dermot Horan and David Crean are executive producers for RTÉ and Andrew Byrne is executive producer for Screen Ireland.

BRON Releasing is handling worldwide sales.

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Charlie About to Begin Filming “Treason”

Filming has begun on Charlie’s new Netflix show, TREASON where he plays the part of Adam Lawrence. Read on.

‘Treason’ Charlie Cox Netflix Series: What We Know So Far

Production on Charlie Cox’s brand new Netflix British thriller series is set to begin filming in January 2022.

Netflix Studios UK are set to release a new 6-part series called Treason. The spy thriller is set to star Daredevil’s Charlie Cox, Olga Kurylenko and Oona Chaplin. Here’s everything we know so far about season 1 of Treason.

The drama was first revealed by Deadline back on December 16th, 2021 who describes the series as The Bodyguard meets John Le Carre.

Netflix Studios UK Limited are the internal Netflix division producing the series alongside ITV Studios, Bryncoed Productions, Borderline Productions, and Binocular Productions.

Let’s now dive into everything else we know about season 1 of Treason.

Who’s involved with Netflix’s Treason?

Matt Charman is spearheading the series at Netflix serving as the creator and screenwriter.

The talented writer and producer has been attached to a number of projects in the past including the Steven Spielberg directed Bridge of Spies from 2015. On the TV side, he’s written on the BBC’s Our Zoo released in 2014, and Black Work released by Acorn TV.

Louise Hooper is on board to direct the series. She’s perhaps best known for the British four-part thriller Flesh & Blood but has also had a hand in series like Inside Number 9, Cold Feet, and Lucky Man.

Hooper has also lent her talents to Netflix’s The Witcher directing both episodes 6 and 7 of season 2. She is also attached to Netflix’s The Sandman directing episodes 10 and 11.

Who is in the cast for Netflix’s Treason?

Charlie Cox is leading the cast of the new series. He’s best known for playing Matthew Murdoch on Netflix’s Marvel superhero series Daredevil which ran for three seasons.

Elsewhere, Cox has appeared in movies such as King of Thieves, The Theory of Everything, and a personal favorite, Stardust.

Olga Kurylenko will also star. The Ukrainian-born actress has recently appeared in Disney’s Black Widow but is also known for roles in the James Bond movie Quantum of Solace and 2013’s Oblivion where she co-starred alongside Tom Cruise.

Oona Chaplin is the last of the three announced stars so far. She’s perhaps best known from The Longest Ride and Game of Thrones as Talisa Stark. Chaplin will also soon be appearing in the numerous James Cameron Avatar sequels

What’s Netflix’s Treason about?

Cox will play Adam Lawrence who is an MI6 agent who seems to have his life in order but has a sketchy past.

Kara, a Russian spy, reenters his life and is forced to put everything on the line. A triangular relationship then forms between Kara, Adam, and his wife, Maddy with each trying to destroy each other’s lives.

When will Netflix’s Treason enter production?

According to multiple production listings, the series is due to begin filming in the United Kingdom (one states the series will film in London) starting at some point in January 2022.

When will Treason be on Netflix?

It’s well too early to tell when Treason will be on Netflix but our best guess is that it won’t be streaming until 2023 at the earliest given.

Will you be checking out Treason when it comes to Netflix? Let us know down below and we’ll keep you posted on any and all updates so keep this post bookmarked.

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More on Charlie’s Netflix Series “Treason”

We have more on Charlie’s new series TREASON to begin filming for Netflix. Charlie’s character’s name is ADAM LAWRENCE. The series is like the Richard Madden (Eternals, Game of Thrones, Bastille Day) series The Bodyguard. The series will co-star Oona Chaplin and Olga Kurylenko. And of course CHARLIE COX ONLINE will be along for the ride. More below.

Daredevil star returns to Netflix with new spy series

He’ll be joined by Game of Thrones and Quantum of Solace actors.

Daredevil’s Charlie Cox has a brand new Netflix series in the pipeline, which will also feature Game of Thrones and Quantum of Solace stars.

Cox, who played superhero lawyer Matt Murdock in Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil series, will head up six-part spy drama Treason alongside Oona Chaplin and Olga Kurylenko, with the series coming from Netflix’s UK division.

Deadline reports that the drama series will follow spy Adam Lawrence, who has been trained and groomed by MI6 and seems to have a certain future. But when he is reunited with Russian spy Kara, with whom he shares a complicated past, he ends up questioning every aspect of his life.

With Adam’s wife Maddy also in the picture, the trio begin trying to “expose each other’s secrets, navigate political and diplomatic relationships, whilst hanging onto their personal lives, and those they love most”.

Treason, which is described as “The Bodyguard meets John Le Carré”, has been created by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Matt Charman, who is behind Bridge of Spies. Charman is set to write and executive produce the series, as well as act as showrunner, while The Witcher and The Sandman director Louise Hooper will direct the show.

The series will mark the second collaboration between Charman and Netflix, with sci-fi movie The Mothership already in the works.

Cox, aside from his Daredevil and The Defenders role, is known for starring in Boardwalk Empire, The Theory of Everything and Stardust. Chaplin played Talisa Maegyr in Game of Thrones and has also starred in Taboo and Black Mirror, while Kurylenko has had roles in Black Widow and Johnny English Strikes Again.

The series will join Netflix’s ever-growing roster of original content, with the streamer’s live-action adaptation of animation Avatar: The Last Airbender announcing new additions to its cast this week.

Netflix’s biggest-ever movie, The Gray Man, is also on the way, with the star-studded spy thriller, helmed by Marvel directors Anthony and Joe Russo, having recently wrapped filming.

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