Hunters gets official trailer and release date

Hunters -- Photo Credit: Christopher Saunders / Amazon Studios
Hunters -- Photo Credit: Christopher Saunders / Amazon Studios /

Hunters is coming to Amazon Prime Video in February 2020. Check out the official trailer of the exciting new Amazon Original dramedy.

Are you ready for a new dramedy on Amazon Prime Video? Hunters, starring Al Pacino, is on its way and there’s a new trailer out. You’ll get a true idea of what to expect, including great fight scenes, comedic elements, and a storyline to tug at the heartstrings.

As well as a trailer, Amazon now offers a release date. Get ready for Hunters on Feb. 21, 2020.

The trailer opens with a story of a boy losing his grandmother. While it seems like a trope, it’s also the event that kick starts the story of a group of people hunting down Nazis. They’re turning to vigilante justice, led by a man who was in a Nazi concentration camp and knew the grandmother who had been murdered. Oh, and that murder was most definitely personal.

Revenge is a dish best served cold, they say. To be honest, for our group of Nazi hunters, it’s a dish best served any way that leads to the death of those who wreaked havoc and fear throughout the Second World War.

While the initial teaser gave us the idea that this series was a dramedy, we didn’t get to know who the characters were. We didn’t even get to hear them speak, and you know you wondered who the nun was and how she was involved. Well, the official trailer explains everything.

Hunters is a series produced by Jordan Peele, but don’t expect his signature horror. Get The Twilight Zone and Get Out from your head. This has more of a feel of Snatch and Lock, Stock than anything Peele has done, which adds another layer of excitement.

Check out the trailer for the new Amazon Original dramedy. You won’t regret it:

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What do you think of Hunters? Which show are you excited to see in 2020? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Hunters will debut on Amazon Prime Video on Feb. 21, 2020.