Lawmen: Bass Reeves: Premiere Date & New Trailer For David Oyelowo Drama Coming To Paramount+

Lawmen: Bass Reeves: Premiere Date & New Trailer For David Oyelowo Drama Coming To Paramount+

David Oyelowo is a cannon-slinging law dog in the new teaser trailer for Lawmen: Bass Reeves, which is set to bow November 5 on Paramount+. Watch it above.

The Taylor Sheridan-produced anthology series also stars Lauren E. Banks, Demi Singleton, Forrest Goodluck, Barry Pepper, Donald Sutherland and Dennis Quaid. It follows the journey of Reeves (Oyelowo) and his rise from enslavement to law enforcement as the first Black U.S. marshal west of the Mississippi. Despite arresting more than 3,000 outlaws during the course of his career, the weight of the badge was heavy, and he wrestled with its moral and spiritual cost to his beloved family.

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Future iterations will follow other iconic lawmen and outlaws who have impacted history. 

Other cast members include Shea Whigham, Garrett Hedlund, Joaquina Kalukango, Lonnie Chavis, Grantham Coleman, Tosin Morohunfola, Dale Dickey, Rob Morgan, Ryan O’Nan, Margot Bingham, Mo Brings Plenty, Justin Hurtt-Dunkley and Bill Dawes. 

Created for television by executive producer and showrunner Chad Feehan, Lawmen is executive produced by Sheridan, Oyelowo, David C. Glasser, Jessica Oyelowo, David Permut, Christina Alexandra Voros, Ron Burkle, Bob Yari and David Hutkin. The series is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios, Sheridan’s Bosque Ranch Productions and Oyelowo’s Yoruba Saxon and is distributed by Paramount Global Content Distribution outside of Paramount+ international markets.

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