Amazon is getting ready to premiere it’s brand new Prime Video series Panic!
The YA drama is written and created by Lauren Oliver based on her New York Times best-selling novel of the same name.
Here’s a synopsis: Panic takes place in a small Texas town, where every summer the graduating seniors compete in a series of challenges, winner takes all, which they believe is their one and only chance to escape their circumstances and make their lives better. But this year, the rules have changed — the pot of money is larger than ever and the game has become even more dangerous. The players will come face to face with their deepest, darkest fears and be forced to decide how much they are willing to risk in order to win.
Olivia Welch, Mike Faist, Jessica Sula, Camron Jones and Ray Nicholson all star in the upcoming series, and we are so excited to debut brand new character cards and character descriptions for the upcoming show.
Panic premieres on Friday, May 28th on Prime Video!
Click inside to meet the characters…
Check out the new character cards and descriptions below…
Olivia Welch as Heather
Heather is a talented writer, but she knows that in real life, you can’t imagine yourself to a happy ending. A self-proclaimed pragmatist, she intends to go through her accounting certification, in the hopes of building a stable life as soon as possible.
Mike Faist as Dodge Mason
Dodge Mason is the new kid in town, and floated almost invisibly through his senior year at the high school. Uniformly level-headed–almost detached–Dodge’s tolerance for danger is perhaps a product of his background in saddle bronc…or symptomatic of a much deeper strain of violence inside of him.
Jessica Sula as Natalie
Natalie’s aspirations include a move to California and become an actress, just like her mother did. The loftiness of her ambitions and her disregard for practicalities belie the discipline and perceptiveness born of growing up a Deputy Sheriff’s daughter.
Camron Jones as Bishop
Bishop is a Good Kid–anyone in Carp would tell you that. Affable, funny, sweet; an all-around athlete and a solid A/A- student; Bishop fulfills the expectations of both the community and his father, the Chief Justice of the County Court. But a lifetime of inherited pressure has begun to take its toll.
Ray Nicholson as Ray Hall
Swaggering, obnoxious, and provocative, Ray comes from a long line of criminals and trailer trash–and is more than happy to be the public bearer of that proud heritage. Having been told his whole life that he is going nowhere, Ray’s strength comes in nihilistic form–no future means no fear of what’s coming.
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