Get ready, Action-Comedy Series, ‘The Outlaws’ Coming Soon

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What if community service turns into an act of robbery?

Amazon Prime released the trailer and release date for the first season, which will air on April 1, 2022.

Yesterday, Amazon Prime Video released the trailer, key art, and release date for ‘The Outlaws,’ a comedy thriller series created by Stephen Merchant (‘The Office’) and Elgin James (‘Mayans MC’).

‘The Outlaws’ is produced by Big Talk and Four Eyes, along with BBC One and Amazon Studios. The series tells the story of a group of lawbreakers as they complete their sentences through community service.

Seven foreigners from different walks of life are forced to work together to renovate an abandoned community center. However, when one of them is dragged into the dangerous world of organized crime, they come together in ways they might not have thought possible. However, when one of them gets caught up with a big criminal, they come together in a way they least expect.

The cast of ‘The Outlaws’ include Rhianne Barreto, Gamba Cole, Stephen Merchant, and Christopher Walken.

In the released trailer, viewers are shown a group of seven people who have been arrested for several petty crimes, ranging from forging signatures on checks to soliciting sex in exchange for money. Due to the non-violent nature of their crimes, the group was convicted of cleaning up the abandoned community center and making the building clean again.

However, while cleaning the building, they found a bag full of money hidden in the ceiling of the community center. Tempted by what they found, the seven were undecided whether they should keep the money for themselves or not. Unfortunately, the owner of the money is part of a big crime that will hunt down and kill anyone who dares to steal from the organization.

The trailer also shows how the series focuses heavily on comedy to make fun of the situation around it. While the entire group is ready to band together and fight for their lives, the seven are actually not really experienced criminals. In addition, each group member has a different social background, which makes it difficult for them to work together.