Amazon Renews 'Sneaky Pete' for Second Season

Posted Mon Jan 23, 2017 at 07:30 AM PST by
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The series from executive producer Graham Yost will be back for a new season.

Amazon has renewed its original show, 'Sneaky Pete,' for a second season. The show's first season recently premiered exclusively through Prime Video in the US, UKGermany, and Austria on January 13.

From the creator of 'Justified' and Executive Producer Bryan Cranston comes an exciting new series about a con-man, Marius (Giovanni Ribisi), on the run from a vicious gangster. Marius hides by assuming the identity of his prison cellmate, Pete, and takes cover with Pete's estranged family – a colorful group (headed by Margo Martindale) with well-guarded and dangerous secrets of their own.

"Bryan Cranston and Graham Yost have done a masterful job of steering the cast to fantastic performances," said Joe Lewis, Head of Comedy and Drama, Amazon Studios. "Both the critical response and our customers’ engagement with the series are key factors in our enthusiasm to bring our audience a second season of Sneaky Pete."

An exact release for 'Sneaky Pete' season two has not been announced yet, but all ten episodes of the show's first season are now available to stream through Prime Video. Check out the official season one trailer below!

Other upcoming Amazon premieres include 'Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter' on January 25, 'Z: The Beginning of Everything' on January 27, and 'Long Strange Trip' on May 26. In addition, Amazon has also renewed 'The Man in the High Castle' for a third season, announced a new series titled 'Britannia' for 2017, started development on 'Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,' ordered a 13 episode documentary series called 'American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story,' announced an additional docuseries titled 'Novak' about tennis player Novak Djokovic, revealed plans to develop a series inspired by 'The Departed,' renewed 'Catastrophe' for a third and fourth season scheduled for 2017 and 2018 respectively, renewed 'One Mississippi' for a second season, greenlit a limited series based on the novel 'Good Omens,' and ordered new shows from Matthew Weiner and David O. Russell.

A current Amazon Prime subscription costs $99 per year or $11 per month. Likewise, Prime Instant Video is available as a standalone service for $9 per month.

Source: Amazon

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