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first_img The world of Jason Bourne is expanding: Treadstone, a new spinoff series focused on the famous spy franchise, is coming to USA Network soon.On Friday, USA Network released the first teaser for Treadstone on YouTube, which promises a lot of action, undercover missions, and car chases. There aren’t many details on the plot of the TV series, however, The Verge noted that it could be expanding on events from The Bourne Identity and it highlights a squad of sleeper agents who can easily win a fight, however, they can’t recall any of their training.In the teaser, trouble arises when someone starts waking these agents up, causing them to have violent outbursts. There are shots of these agents lying down on cold tundras, crawling across buildings on tight wires, and smashing glass mirrors.“These Cicadas have very different trajectories upon finding themselves ‘awakened’ over a decade after volunteering for a black-ops program of which they have no memory. Their ordinary cover lives, which they believed to be real, are thrown into chaos when they are activated to perform deadly missions,” Treadstone executive producer Ben Smith told Entertainment Weekly in an interview. “Their journey will take viewers on a thrilling ride as they uncover the truth.”The next generation of assassins has been activated. From the world of Jason Bourne comes the series #Treadstone, this fall on @USA_Network. pic.twitter.com/KsPRMHcuyN— Treadstone (@treadstone) July 22, 2019Treadstone, which stars Han Hyo-Joo, Jeremy Irvine, and Emilia Schüle, will debut on USA Network in October.More on Geek.com:How AMC’s ‘The Terror’ Uses American History to Deliver Horror‘Spider-Verse’ Creators Plan Sony Marvel TV ShowsDisney+ Gets Fox Movie Remakes, Hulu/ESPN Bundle Syfy Axes ‘Krypton’ Superhero Series After 2 SeasonsWhat to Stream on Amazon Prime This Weekend Stay on targetlast_img read more

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