Dan Futterman’s ‘The Looming Tower’ with Jeff Daniels and Alec Baldwin – Streaming on Prime Video globally now


Just finished the series? Let us know what you think in the comments below! It’s interesting to think that we expected something impressive but it cannot be understated of the emotional impact, and terrific performances, that have made The Looming Tower an absolutely exceptional series.

Could the American government prevented this? Could they have done so much more? Did they learn any lessons from it at all? This and many more questions are raised from the series but there’s one thing we do know, there was a horrific loss of innocent life and we all hope to never see something like this again. All in all, a tremendous, balanced series and well worth your time if you’re considering it right now! Head here

With a hell of a cast and team behind it, it feels like The Looming Tower is your next ‘must-watch’ drama that’s coming exclusively to Amazon Prime Video from 1st March, followed by new episodes weekly for seven weeks.

Starring Jeff Daniels and Alec Baldwin, the 10-episode season is based on the Pulitzer Prize winning exposé of the same name by Lawrence Wright. The Looming Tower traces the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda, and takes a controversial look at how the rivalry between the CIA and FBI may have inadvertently set the stage for the tragedy of 9/11 and the war in Iraq.


Adapted for television by Foxcatcher and Capote writer Dan Futterman and directed Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks), the series stars Daniels, Tahar Rahim, Peter Sarsgaard, Bill Camp, Michael Stuhlbarg, Virginia Kull, Sullivan Jones, Wrenn Schmidt and Baldwin.

Watch it now:

The Looming Tower is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video




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