First Teaser For The BBC’s Hitchock-Tinged Comedy Thriller, The Wrong Mans, With James Corden

Though they’ve only been filming for three days, there’s already a teaser trailer for The Wrong Mans, a BBC Hulu co-production. If you’re in America or can at least convince the internet you are, then this trailer will set it all up for you.

Unfortunately, I can’t embed it, or deliver an international version, but those of you who can work Hulu, should just follow the link

…and now I’ll presume you did and you’ve seen it.

You know, I’ve walked along in the snow in my duffle coat listening to Belle and Sebastian before. For a few seconds this was very relatable – just the way Hitch would have wanted it too. A normal bloke, in normal circumstances.

Here’s an official blurb:

Two lowly office workers Sam (Mathew Baynton) and Phil (James Corden) become caught up in a deadly criminal conspiracy after Sam answers a ringing phone at the scene of a horrific car crash.

Baynton and Corden also wrote the six, thirty minute episodes.

Here in the UK the show is going to screen on BBC 2. Director Jim Field Smith tells me, via Twitter, that a British trailer will be along in good time.

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