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The trailer for The Offer takes us behind the scenes of The Godfather

The Offer is based on Oscar®-winning producer Albert S. Ruddy’s extraordinary, never-revealed experiences of making The Godfather.

The series stars Miles Teller as Albert S. Ruddy, Matthew Goode as legendary producer Robert Evans, Giovanni Ribisi as mob boss Joe Colombo, Colin Hanks as Paramount executive Barry Lapidus, Dan Fogler will star as Francis Ford Coppola, Juno Temple as Bettye McCartt, Ruddy’s assistant, Burn Gorman as Charles Bluhdorn, Justin Chambers as Marlon Brando, Patrick Gallo as Mario Puzo, Josh Zuckerman as Peter Bart, Meredith Garretson as Ali MacGraw, Nora Arnezeder as Francoise Glazer, Paul McCrane as Jack Ballard, Anthony Skordi as Carlo Gambino, Jake Cannavale as Caesar, James Madio as Gino, Michael Rispoli as Tommy Lucchese, Stephanie Koenig as Andrea Eastman, Lou Ferrigno as Lenny Montana, Frank John Hughes as Frank Sinatra, and Danny Nucci as Congressman Mario Biaggi.

The series will premiere on Thursday, April 28, exclusively for Paramount+ subscribers in the U.S. The first three episodes of the 10-episode-long series will be available to stream at launch. Following the premiere, the remaining seven episodes will be available to stream weekly on Thursdays.

The series is being written and executive produced by Michael Tolkin (Escape at Dannemora and The Player). Ruddy will also serve as executive producer alongside Leslie Greif and Nikki Toscano (Hunters), who is also serving as showrunner. Dexter Fletcher directed the first and last block of episodes in addition to executive producing the series.

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