Paramount Pictures is probably the first studio I’ve heard of. I remember watching Iron Man when I was just a child and gawking at the flying stars in the intro clip. They’re that good! So, what are they up to these days? New and exciting TV series! The one that tops the list would most certainly be Coyote! When can you watch Coyote Season 1 on TV? Find out below!
Coyote Season 1: Release Date
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the studio has not given out an official date yet. But it has definitely been confirmed to release in 2020, which is this year. Our theory is that, with each passing day, we’re getting closer to the release date, which IS technically true.
Here is a teaser for you to watch until you wait for the release of the series!
Coyote Season 1: Plot
After serving the US at the border with nothing but patriotism for more than 30 years, Ben Clemen, border patrol agent, starts to see things in a different perspective when he discovers an unlawful tunnel that facilitates the transport of black-market goods from Mexico to the US.
Forced to work for those who he had been against his entire life, Ben now realizes how life is on the other side of the wall.
Coyote Season 1: Cast
Coyote Season 1 is not only produced by Emmy Award winner Michelle Maclaren (who has also directed episodes of Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad and X-Files) but it also stars Emmy award winner Michael Chiklis as the border-patrol agent, Ben Clemen!
Actress and dancer Adriana Paz will be playing the character of Silvia, an owner of a local taqueria. Kristyan Ferrer from Sin Nombre will be portraying one of the members of the Cartel, Chayo. Octavio Pisano will also be playing a member of the Cartel.
No crime-drama is complete without a local cop. Julio Caesar Cedillo will be coming to the small screen as a local cop, Neto, in a small Mexican town. Cynthia Kaye McWilliams will be playing the dapper HIS agent, Holly Vincent.
Coyote Season 1: What does Michael Chiklis feel?
Written by David Graziano, Michael Carnes and Josh Gilbert, Coyote seems more than just a typical cop-drama. The first season will reportedly speak about issues that will force the average American to rethink about their political stance.
Chiklis has admitted to the series changing his views on the political tension going on near the wall. “It’s really, really rare that you get to play a person who sees the world in a particular way and really changes and is truly, deeply challenged by his circumstances,” he says at a panel for Coyote Season 1 at the Television Critics Association press tour.
“This has been not only that kind of experience for my character but myself, seeing things and learning things that I had no idea are happening. Look, this is a highly politicized subject and we’re bringing a human face to it. This is about humanity and great storytelling and about nuance. This isn’t about this side or that side and about politics, this is about people.”