After spending nine seasons fighting terrorist threats on zero sleep as federal agent Jack Bauer in the hugely popular TV show 24, Kiefer Sutherland is back in a brand new action-packed spy thriller series. In Rabbit Hole, the first season of which is exclusively airing on Paramount+, Sutherland plays Jonathan Weir, a private corporate spy on the verge of retirement who must go on the run after he is framed for murder by a shadowy cabal.
Rabbit Hole also features Meta Golding as his partner Hailey Winton, Game of Thrones star Charles Dance as Dr. Ben Wilson, Enid Graham as Jo Madi, Rob Yang as Edward Homm, Jason Butler Harner as Miles Valance, Ishan Davé as Hafiz, Wendy Makkena as Debra, Mark Winnick as Crowley, and Walt Klink as “The Intern.”
The first couple of episodes of Rabbit Hole end on tense cliffhangers—familiar territory for anybody who watched 24—meaning you will more than likely want to binge-watch it. But that’s made all the more tricky by the fact that Paramount+ has not dropped the entire season as has become the norm in the streaming era, but is instead releasing episodes on a weekly basis, forcing viewers to keep coming back if they want to find out how Jonathan Weir will get out of his latest scrape, prove his innocence, and get his life back.
How many episodes of Rabbit Hole are there?
Paramount+ dropped the first two episodes back to back to rave reviews. Since then, four episodes have been released: “Pilot,” At Any Given Moment,” “The Algorithms of Control” and “The Person in Your Ear.” The first season is expected to include a total of eight episodes, so there are four more weeks of espionage action to go.
When is the next episode of Rabbit Hole airing?
New episodes of Rabbit Hole are released on Sundays on Paramount+.
What is the full Rabbit Hole release schedule?
Episode 1: Now available as of March 26.
Episode 2: Now available as of March 26.
Episode 3: Now available as of April 2.
Episode 4: Now available as of April 9.
Episode 5: April 16
Episode 6: April 23
Episode 7: April 30
Episode 8: May 7
Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the United Kingdom covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.
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