Marvel and Netflix’s upcoming scripted podcast Wolverine: The Long Night finally has its first trailer.
You can listen to it here.
The trailer begins with a witness appearing to give his testimony to the agents. He explains how he was climbing up a ridge when he saw a man who was crouched low and running with the wolves. He even describes how he trained his rifle’s scope on him to get a better look. That’s when the man catches his scent on the wind and stares right at the witness. One of the agents then asks if he met a man named, “Logan.” Another witness describes an attacker, “He had claws. Claws.” Logan chimes in, “Heard you been asking around about me.” Other witnesses describe a gruesome murder saying her body was in ribbons. It goes on to tease the investigation. But then Logan begins describing his memory loss and even questions his own actions.
There’s a definitely a lot going on in this small town with Logan at the very center of it. He has at least one ally, but looks to have a number of enemies lining up against him.
The show will be 10 episodes long and begins airing weekly on March 12, 2018 on Stitcher Premium.
The story will follow agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall as they investigate a series of murders in the fictional town of Burns, Alaska. They quickly discover the town lives in fear of a serial killer. The two agents will team up with deputy Bobby Reid to investigate their primary suspect, Logan.
The hunt for the serial killer will lead them on mysterious chase throughout the corrupt town.
The series will feature the voice skills of Richard Armitage who plays Wolverine, Ato Essandoh who plays Tad Marshall, Celia Kennan-Bolger who voices Sally Pierece, and Andrew Kennan-Bolger who voices Bobby Reid. It will also include Scott Adsit, Bob Balaban, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Zoe Chao, Chaske Spencer, Jordan Bridges, David Call, Michael J. Burg and Lannon Killea. Chris Gethard from the “Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People” podcast will also make a cameo.
The show is written by Ben Percy and directed by Brendan Baker. Chloe Prasinos provides her sound design skills. Wolverine: The Long Night is produced by Marvel’s Daniel Fink and Stitcher’s Jenny Radelet.