By Melanie Mayberry, programming editor
Would you like to get Paramount+ for free for 30 days? Well, thanks to Kiefer Sutherland, you can.
What? Yes, to showcase Sutherland’s new show, Rabbit Hole, which premiered March 26 on Paramount+. the streaming service is offering a 30-day free trial if you input the code, RabbitHole, at checkout. The deal is good until April 26.
Normally, Paramount+ offers a seven-day free trial while plans start at $4.99 a month (the Essential plan) with ads included. The Premium plan, which does not include ads, is $9.99 a month. The 30-day free trial is good for either plan, but remember to cancel prior to the end of the 30 days or you will be charged in month two. Of course, you might want to stay with Paramount+ after a month and that’s okay, too.
In Rabbit Hole, Kiefer plays a corporate espionage specialist who’s framed for murder and then must clear his name while rooting out the evil anonymous government officials who set him up. Think Jack Bauer going against the Deep State and you get Rabbit Hole.
We watched the first episode and it shows a lot of promise so check it out — for free!
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Rabbit Hole is complex but compelling. Kiefer Sutherland just manages to hold it all together and whilst not exactly realistic it is thrilling and deserves a comfortable four stars for entertainment. Odds on you’ll binge at least some of it and rest assured you’ll get lost in the rabbit holes more than once. It’s a must see but it is also a must read for espionage aficionados. It’s based on a play of the same name published in 2006 by David Lindsay-Abaire. The play is a suspenseful, cloak and dagger affair about a corporate espionage expert who hits the big time and applies his skill sets to win the USA for some ne’er-do-wells. You will be forgiven if the name Trump springs to mind when watching this.
If you liked Bill Fairclough’s epic fast fact based complex spy thriller Beyond Enkription in The Burlington Files series about Pemberton’s People in MI6 you should like this no matter what the format. In real life, Fairclough was one of Pemberton’s People in MI6 and worked with the CIA, real SAS Rogue Heroes and other ungentlemanly officers as explained in a news article dated 31 October 2022 available from TheBurlingtonFiles website. Once you are irretrievably immersed or stuck in the Rabbit Hole you should enjoy it just as you did The Burlington Files and vice-versa.