Check Out Clive Owen in the Trailer for Monsieur Spade

Today, AMC, AMC+ and Acorn TV announced that the highly anticipated, limited crime drama, Monsieur Spade, is set to premiere on Sunday, January 14.
Starring and executive produced by Golden Globe, SAG and BAFTA® Award-winner Clive Owen (CloserChildren of Men, The Knick) as the hard-boiled private detective Sam Spade, the six-episode drama is co-created, written and executive produced by Emmy Award winners Scott Frank (The Queen’s GambitLoganMinority Report), who also serves as director, and Tom Fontana (City on a HillBorgiaOz).
Also announced today, Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award winner Alfre Woodard (Salem’s LotThe Book of Clarence) and Dean Winters (Lost Girls, John Wick) have joined the series as guest stars, portraying Virginia Dell and Father Matthew, respectively.
Monsieur Spade centers around the infamous protagonist of American writer Dashiell Hammett’s 1930 classic novel The Maltese Falcon. The year is 1963, and the legendary Detective Sam Spade (Owenis enjoying his retirement in the South of France. By contrast to his days as a private eye in San Francisco, Spade's life in Bozouls is peaceful and quiet. But the rumored return of his old adversary will change everything. Six beloved nuns have been brutally murdered at the local convent. As the town grieves, secrets emerge, and new leads are established. Spade learns that the murders are somehow connected to a mysterious child who is believed to possess great powers.

Shot on-location in France, previously announced cast for  Monsieur Spade  includes Cara Bossom (Radioactive) as Teresa, Denis Ménochet (Inglorious Basterds) as Chief of Police Patrice Michaud, Louise Bourgoin (The Romanoffs) as Marguerite Devereaux, Chiara Mastroianni (On a Magical Night) as Gabrielle, Stanley Weber (Outlander) as Jean-Pierre Devereaux, Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game) as George Fitzsimmons, Jonathan Zaccaï (Robin Hood) as Philippe Saint-Andre and Rebecca Root (The Queen’s Gambit) as Cynthia Fitzsimmons.  
Monsieur Spade is co-created, written and executive produced by Frank, who also serves as director, and Fontana. Barry Levinson, Teddy Schwarzman, Michael Heimler, Clive Owen, Caroline Benjo, Barbara Letellier, Simon Arnal, Carole Scotta, Carlo Martinelli and David Helpern also serve as executive producers. In conjunction with the Dashiell Hammett Estate, the series is produced by Black Bear and co-produced by Haut et Court TV (The ReturnedNo Man’s Land) who also handled local production services in France and Canal+. FilmNation Entertainment (I Know This Much Is True) handles international distribution outside of North America.