Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan will head to South America when it returns for season two on Friday, Nov. 1.
Amazon Prime Video made the announcement on Thursday with the official trailer and key art. The trailer shows the eponymous CIA officer (John Krasinski) heading to Venezuela to investigate a suspicious shipment of illegal arms; however, he’ll soon discover the scope of the investigation as he begins uncovering a global conspiracy led by the Venezuelan president.
“Venezuela is the single greatest resource of oil on the planet,” Jack says as the trailer begins. “So, why is this country in the midst of one of the greatest humanitarian crises in history?”
Throughout the month of September, travelers flying into LAX Airport will be met with an illuminated, 50,000 square foot rooftop billboard—the largest rooftop advertising placement of all time, Amazon says.
The trailer will also premiere during the NFL Season Opener on NBC, marking the first time Amazon Prime Video will run a full-length trailer on broadcast television.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is co-produced by Amazon Studios, Paramount Television and Skydance Television. In addition to Krasinski, the second season stars Wendell Pierce (The Wire), Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) and Michael Kelly (House of Cards).
Season two premieres Friday, Nov. 1 on Amazon Prime Video.