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Netflix’s ‘Painkiller’ Trailer Released: A Gripping Limited Series Exploring the American Opioid Crisis

Netflix is diving deep into the American opioid crisis with its upcoming limited series ‘Painkiller,’ based on true events.

Starring Uzo Aduba, Matthew Broderick, West Duchovny, John Rothman, Taylor Kitsch, and Dina Shihabi, the six-episode drama offers a fictionalized retelling of events and delves into the origins and aftermath of the opioid crisis in America. The series shines a spotlight on the lives of the perpetrators, victims, and truth-seekers whose destinies are forever changed by the invention of OxyContin. It explores themes of crime, accountability, and the systems that have repeatedly failed hundreds of thousands of Americans.

Directed by Peter Berg, ‘Painkiller’ is set to premiere on August 10, promising an intense and thought-provoking look into the devastating impact of the opioid epidemic on individuals and communities.

The trailer provides a glimpse into the gripping narrative and the powerful performances by the talented cast, leaving viewers eager to experience the series in its entirety.

With its compelling storyline and exploration of critical societal issues, ‘Painkiller’ is poised to make a significant impact on audiences when it premieres on Netflix.

Don’t miss the chance to witness this important and compelling series, set to shed light on one of the most pressing crises of our time. Mark your calendars for August 10 and prepare for a riveting journey into the heart of the American opioid crisis with ‘Painkiller.’

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