Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen series confirms Netflix release date
Brand new character art was also unveiled for the hotly anticipated drama.
The streaming show is a spin-off from the popular 2020 film of the same name, taking place in the same continuity but following an entirely different group of characters.
The White Lotus star Theo James leads the cast as the awkwardly-named Eddie Horniman (also known as 'The Duke'), who unexpectedly inherits the entire estate of his wealthy father.
Little does he know that the family's fortune, which he'd thought to be legitimate, is actually built on the illegal cannabis trade, which plunges him into a murky criminal underworld filled with dangerous individuals.
It's evolve or die for the family, which also includes Daniel Ings as Eddie's slacker brother, Freddy, Joely Richardson as his mother, Lady Sabrina, and Vinnie Jones as loyal gamekeeper Geoff Seacombe.
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The cast of The Gentlemen also includes Kaya Scodelario as Susie, the sophisticated daughter of gangster Bobby Glass (Ray Winstone), while Breaking Bad icon Giancarlo Esposito plays a high-society dealer who goes by the pseudonym Uncle Stan.
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The Gentlemen is confirmed to be launching on Netflix on Thursday 7th March 2024.
You can get a brief introduction to all of the characters in Netflix's The Gentlemen in the 30-second compilation of clips and motion posters below, which was released by the streaming platform today.
Ritchie's original The Gentlemen film was released in cinemas mere weeks before the spread of COVID-19 became a global crisis, but still managed to rake in more than $100 million at the box office, before finding yet more fans on streaming.
Matthew McConaughey led the cast of that chapter, which also featured Charlie Hunnam, Hugh Grant, Colin Farrell, Jeremy Strong, Henry Golding and Michelle Dockery in memorable roles.