You’ve probably been anticipating this for a while when it comes to news on Jack Ryan season 2, and rest assured, CarterMatt is happy to deliver all of it today!
Today, Amazon confirmed that come November 1, you are going to see John Krasinski’s character front and center for what is going to be an action-packed, intense batch of episodes. Over the course of these episodes, Jack Ryan is going to venture off to a new location in South America in order to take down a dangerous situation. What unfolds is so much more than he could’ve ever imagined. The first trailer is set to make its TV debut tonight during the NFL season opener, but you can watch it now in full below.
To go along with this, why not also check out the official synopsis? This makes it clear that this could be one of the most sprawling batches of episodes to date:
In the second season of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” after tracking a potentially suspicious shipment of illegal arms in the Venezuelan jungle, CIA Officer Jack Ryan heads down to South America to investigate. As Jack’s investigation threatens to uncover a far-reaching conspiracy, the President of Venezuela launches a counter-attack that hits home for Jack, leading him and his fellow operatives on a global mission spanning the United States, UK, Russia, and Venezuela to unravel the President’s nefarious plot and bring stability to a country on the brink of chaos.
Just reading that alone gives you a good sense of what Amazon wants out of this show: For it to be the biggest hit on their service. They almost need for it to be in order to justify what is going to be a pretty extensive promotional campaign. This is a high-budget, high octane thriller with a big star and a lot of action. They need for it to be enormous, but all signs suggest that it will be. They are definitely showing a lot of faith in the end product, ordering it for a season 3 before the second season even premieres.
What do you want to see when it comes to Jack Ryan season 2?
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