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“The Offer” premiered on April 28, and new episodes hit Paramount Plus every Thursday through June 16.
The series is based on the real-life drama that occurred during the making of “The Godfather.”
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“The Offer” is now available to watch on Paramount Plus. The miniseries focuses on the behind-the-scenes drama that unfolded during the production of “The Godfather” in the 1970s.
“The Godfather” is widely considered one of the greatest American films ever made and ranks third on AFI’s 100 Years…100 Movies list. But, while the filmmakers’ hard work paid off in the end, the movie was far from an easy production. “The Offer” focuses on all the challenges during the film’s development.
Check out the trailer for ‘The Offer’
Matthew Goode stars as Paramount studio boss Robert Evans (Matthew Goode), who picks producer Albert S. Ruddy (Miles Teller) to turn “The Godfather” novel into a film. With ambitious director Francis Ford Coppola (Dan Fogler) on hand, the production should be simple. But getting the script nailed and casting the right actors presents one problem after another. The situation gets even more complicated when crime boss Joe Colombo (Giovanni Ribisi) opposes the film.
The 10-episode limited series also features Juno Temple as Bettye McCartt, Justin Chambers as Marlin Brando, Anthony Ippolito as Al Pacino, Cynthia Aileen-Strahan as Talia Shire, and Damion Conrad-Davis as James Caan. The show is based on the experiences of Albert S. Ruddy, who also serves as one of the series’ executive producers.
Where to watch ‘The Offer’
You can watch “The Offer” exclusively on Paramount Plus. The first three episodes premiered on April 28, and new episodes will debut on Thursdays through June 16.
Paramount Plus starts at $5 a month for ad-supported streaming. This plan includes access to the service’s full lineup of on-demand programming and live access to NFL games that are broadcast on CBS. For $10 a month, you can upgrade to the Premium plan for ad-free on-demand streaming and live streaming support for your local CBS station.
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