THE SPY Trailer (2019) Netflix

Official The Spy Series Trailer 2019 | Subscribe ➤ | Sacha Baron Cohen Series Trailer | Release: 6 Sep 2019 on Netflix | More
THE SPY is inspired by the real-life story of former Mossad agent, Eli Cohen, who successfully goes undercover in Syria in the early 1960s. Cohen becomes close enough to ambitious military leaders and their rich friends to earn a game-changing level of trust about Syria’s biggest anti-Israel secret initiatives.
The series stars, Emmy-nominated Sacha Baron Cohen (Who is America?) as Eli Cohen, a man who wants nothing more than to be of service to his country, but he does his job so well that he finds it hard to strip off his double identity. Noah Emmerich (The Americans) plays Dan Peleg, Eli’s Mossad handler who tires to ease his own guilt over the sacrifices Eli makes, Hadar Ratzon Rotem (Homeland) portrays Eli’s wife, Nadia, who is left to raise their family on her own and knows something isn’t right about her husband’s government job, and Waleed Zuaiter (Colony) plays Amin Al-Hafz, a military officer who thinks he’s found the perfect ally in the undercover Cohen. THE SPY is written and directed by Emmy-winner Gideon Raff (Prisoners of War, Homeland and Tyrant) and Légende Films. The series is produced by Alain Goldman (La Vie en Rose).The limited series features 6×60-minute episodes.

The Spy (2019) is the new drama starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Mourad Zaoui and Noah Emmerich.

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30 replies
  1. tranche2pain
    tranche2pain says:

    I just finished ep 1 but lol, sometimes SBC kinda throws me out of immersion. I always half expect him to start doing crazy faces or stripping off his cloths revealing a flashy green speedo, lmao.

  2. Rohan Dalvi
    Rohan Dalvi says:

    There's a memorial for eli Cohen in his hometown, they syrians never handed back his remains after execution. Eli was Truly an exceptional spy who managed to become the deputy defence minister of syria

  3. Marco Berger
    Marco Berger says:

    He radioed, over and over, in Morse code, from his apartment, in Damascus. And did not consider that the Syrian secret police monitors radio traffic? Were the spies in the 1960s really that stupid or that naive? Nor did they figure out why there were repeated power outages in Damascus. In any case, I almost can't fathom that Eli Cohen was caught because he was caught sparking. Unbelievable.


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