The action series ‘Almost Paradise’ is returning for a second season to the ad-supported Amazon streaming service Freevee. The series is made by Electric Entertainment and returning as a midseason summer show.
“Amazon Freevee has released the official trailer for the second season of Almost Paradise and announced it will premiere July 21. All 10 episodes from the season will be available on premiere day exclusively on Freevee in the U.S. and UK. Christian Kane returns to star along with returning executive producers and co-showrunners, Dean Devlin and Gary Rosen,” Amazon said in a statement.
They added, “Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan-Wilson of Electric Entertainment executive produce alongside co-showrunners Devlin and Rosen. Mark Franco co-produces. The first season of Almost Paradise is available now on Freevee for viewers looking to catch up on Alex’s adventures.”
The series originally premiered on WGN America in the United States.
You can watch the trailer below:
Amazon describes the synopsis as follows,
“Kane is Alex Walker, a former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent forced into early retirement. The combination of his partner’s betrayal and a life-threatening battle with hypertension has sent him as far from the madness as he can get—to a small tropical island in the Philippine archipelago. He now runs the gift shop in the island’s luxury resort hotel, which attracts the rich, powerful, and sometimes criminal elite from around the world. Despite his best efforts to transition from Jason Bourne to Jimmy Buffett, Alex is pulled back into a world of dangerous people and deadly situations—either through his friends in the local police, Kai Mendoza (Samantha Richelle) and Ernesto Alamares (Art Acuña), or encounters with people from his old life. And the problem is that he likes it.”
The series was shot almost entirely in the nation of the Philippines.
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