The first trailer for Ken Watanabe‘s drama series Tokyo Vice, which premieres on HBO Max on April 7, has been revealed. Watch it in the video above.
The factual personal account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat by American writer Jake Adelstein served as a vague inspiration for Tokyo Vice. The criminal drama, which was shot on location in Tokyo, depicts Adelstein’s (Ansel Elgort) daily slide into Tokyo’s neon-soaked underworld in the late 1990s, where nothing and no one is actually what they appear to be.
On Thursday, April 7, the series will start with three episodes, followed by two episodes every Thursday until the season finale on April 28.
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Watanabe will portray Hiroto Katagiri, a detective in the Tokyo Police Department’s organized crime branch who serves as a father figure to Jake throughout the series, guiding him down the narrow and often perilous line that separates the officers from organized crime.
Rachel Keller, Ella Rumpf, Rinko Kikuchi, Hideaki Ito, Show Kasamatsu, Tomohisa Yamashita, Shun Sugata, Masato Hagiwara, Ayumi Tanida, and Kosuke Toyohara are all featured in the series.
J.T. Rogers is the creator and writer of Tokyo Vice. Michael Mann helmed the pilot episode of the series.
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Along with Michael Mann, Rogers serves as an executive producer on the show. Adelstein, Elgort, Watanabe, Alan Poul, Emily Gerson Saines, Brad Kane, Destin Daniel Cretton, Kayo Washio, and John Lesher are among the EPs included.
HBO Max is produced by Endeavor Content and WOWOW, a Japanese pay-TV network.
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