Whats up, Clarice: The primary full trailer for CBS’ upcoming Silence of the Lambs sequel collection is lastly right here.
The psychological horror collection (which premieres Thursday, Feb. 11 at 10/9c) stars Rebecca Breeds (The Originals, Fairly Little Liars) because the titular FBI agent Clarice Starling, and picks up one yr after the occasions of the movie. The collection guarantees “a deep dive into the untold private story of Starling as she returns to the sphere in 1993… Her advanced psychological make-up that comes from a difficult childhood empowers her to start to seek out her voice whereas working in a person’s world, in addition to escape the household secrets and techniques which have haunted her all through her life,” reads the official description.
Within the trailer (embedded in an official tweet beneath), Starling will be seen being coaxed again to work by Senator-turned-Legal professional Common Ruth Martin, because the federal agent seems to be scuffling with the notoriety and fame stemming from the movie’s Buffalo Invoice case. The trailer additionally hints at Starling’s “outdated ghosts” from her childhood, and a return to her former stomping floor of Appalachia.
The collection — which is able to definitely not be a procedural — hails from Star Trek: Discovery EPs Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet. Becoming a member of Breeds within the solid are Michael Cudlitz (The Strolling Useless), Kal Penn (Home), Lucca de Oliveira (SEAL Workforce), Nick Sandow (Orange Is the New Black), Jayne Atkinson (Felony Minds), Devyn Tyler (The Purge) and relative newcomer Marnee Carpenter. As well as, Shawn Doyle (The Expanse) performs Clarice’s Quantico therapist, and Tim Guinee (Homeland, Revolution) seems because the chief of a secessionist militia group.
The second of 5 movies following Thomas Harris’ Hannibal Lecter character, The Silence of the Lambs received 5 Oscars together with for Greatest Image and Greatest Actress in a Main Position, for Jodie Foster’s flip as Starling. A critically acclaimed prequel TV collection from Bryan Fuller, Hannibal, adopted in 2013 and ran for 3 seasons on NBC.
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— Clarice (@ClariceCBS) January 11, 2021