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Truth Seekers is a supernatural comedy-drama series about a team of part-time paranormal investigators coming soon to Amazon Prime Video. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about the hilarious new series including the release date, cast, trailer, plot and more.
When is Truth Seekers out on Amazon Prime?
An exact release date for Truth Seekers has not yet been confirmed by Amazon Prime.
However, the streaming giant has confirmed the series will launch later this year.
Thankfully the series was filmed before the coronavirus outbreak and faces no delays.
Express.co.uk will update this article when more information is available.
To watch Truth Seekers when it airs, you can sign up to a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime.
After the trial is complete, you can subscribe to the streaming service from £7.99 per month.
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Who stars in Truth Seekers on Amazon Prime?
Truth Seekers on Amazon Prime features a star-studded ensemble cast alongside Nick Frost and Simon Pegg.
Shaun of the Dead stars and creators Nick Frost and Simon Pegg play Gus and Dave respectively.
Entourage’s Malcolm McDowell stars in the series as Richard alongside Timewasters Samson Kayo as Elton.
Wanderlust’s Emma D’Arcy plays Astrid opposite Chewing Gum’s Susan Wokoma as Helen.
Also in the cast of Truth Seekers is Julian Barratt as Dr Peter Toynbee, Morgana Robinson as Janey, Kate Nash as Mary and Kevin Eldon as Jack.
What is Truth Seekers on Amazon Prime about?
Truth Seekers on Amazon Prime is an eight-part supernatural comedy-drama series.
The show was created and written by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, who also star in the series.
Truth Seekers follows a team of part-time paranormal investigators who are chasing ghost sightings in the UK.
However, things take a turn for the team when they take on a new mission as they try to uncover a deadly conspiracy.
The synopsis reads: “Truth Seekers is a horror-comedy series about a team of part-time paranormal investigators who team up to uncover and film ghost sightings across the UK, sharing their adventures on an online channel for all to see.
“However, as they stake out haunted churches, underground bunkers and abandoned hospitals with their array of homemade ghost-detecting gizmos, their supernatural experiences grow more frequent, more terrifying and even deadly, as they begin to uncover a conspiracy that could bring about Armageddon for the entire human race.
“Set in a mysterious world filled with dread and just-out-of-sight monsters, Truth Seekers mixes the very funny with the very scary in an exciting take on genre storytelling from the minds that gave us Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Sick Note and Paul.”
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Is there a trailer for Truth Seekers on Amazon Prime?
The trailer for Truth Seekers was revealed during the San Diego [email protected] virtual panel.
The trailer begins with Gus (played by Nick Frost), Dave (Simon Pegg) and the team searching for paranormal activity in a hospital.
Clips show the team filming content for their online channel, Truth Seekers.
The trailer concludes with Gus telling his team he has been a paranormal investigator for 20 years and is in control of the situation.
He then opens a creaky door and politely says “hello ghosts” as the trailer comes to an end.
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Fans have taken to the comment section on YouTube to share their thoughts on the trailer for the new series.
One fan commented: “Dammmmnnnn! I love the cast, can’t wait!!!.”
A second fan said: “The Ghostbusters we needed.”
A third fan added: “Wow just gave me goosebumps…”
Truth Seekers is coming soon to Amazon Prime Video
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