Prime Video recently unveiled the official teaser of its forthcoming workplace thriller and dark comedy series, The Consultant, via its leading YouTube Channel. The series began filming in December 2021 as an adaptation of Bentley Little’s book of the same title.
The Consultant joins other comedy projects on Amazon Prime Video, such as Mammals, Good Omens, Harlem, A League of Their Own, The Lake, Modern Love, and The Boys.
‘The Consultant’ Plot?
The upcoming Prime Video show revolves around Mr. Patoff, a consultant hired to run the CompWare Company after its leading merger failed.
The Consultant will look deeper into Mr. Patoff’s evil relationship with one of his employees as they encounter work obstacles that put everything into uncertainty, including their lives.
‘The Consultant’ Season One Trailer?
Prime Video’s official teaser for The Consultant glimpses at Regus Patoff, introducing himself as a consultant who improves businesses.
Clearly, no one can be sure how Mr. Patoff will carry out his duties because everything appears strange already, including why is he sniffing everyone.
Who are the Creators of ‘The Consultant’?
The Consultant is created by Tony Basgallop, with Matt Shakman as the director and Kai Dolbashian as the producer.
Shakman and Basgallop chiefly produce the series alongside Andrew Mittman, Steve Stark, and Christoph Waltz in cooperation with Toluca Pictures, 1.21 Pictures, MGM Television, and Amazon Studios for Prime Video.
Who Will Appear in ‘The Consultant’ Season One?
The leading cast for The Consultant season one consists of Christoph Waltz (Regus Patoff), Michael C. Vaccaro (Iain), Sloane Avery (Rosie), Aimee Carrero (Patti), Brittany O’Grady (Elaine), and Nat Wolff (Craig).
Other actors include Erin Ruth Walker, Emily Berry, Sydney Mae Diaz, and Tatiana Lia Zappardino.
When is ‘The Consultant’ Season One Coming Out?
Season one of The Consultant will debut on Friday, February 24, 2023, with all episodes landing simultaneously. Prime Video shared the premiere date alongside the trailer on its primary Twitter account.
Other platforms and individuals have also shared their anxiety about the forthcoming show through tweets and posters on Twitter.