What you need to know
- Apple has released a first look at "Tehran."
- The cast and crew talk about the main character and what audiences can expect from the series.
- "Tehran" will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on September 25.
In a video posted to the TV app, Apple has given audiences a first look at "Tehran," its espionage thriller set in the capital of Iran. In the video, the cast and crew of the series talk about the main character and the mission she is tasked with completing.
Niv Sultan, who stars in the series as Tamar Rabinian, says that the show is packed with excitement and action that puts her character in many exhilarating situations.
Moshe Zonder, the executive producer behind the show, echoes Sultan, saying that Rabinian will stop at nothing to complete the mission that she has been tasked with.
Daniel Syrkin, the co-creator and director of the series, expects audiences to question who to trust and be second-guessing themselves all the way until the end of the season.
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