[Warning: The below contains Major spoilers for the first two episodes of Rabbit Hole, “Pilot” and “At Any Given Moment.”] Kiefer Sutherland’s new Paramount+ thriller is a trip. And we’re only two episodes in. So far: John (Sutherland) suspects there’s more to a woman he meets in a bar, Hailey (Meta Golding), than she’s saying. (There is.) His old partner, Valence (Jason Butler Harner), hires him to kill a U.S. Treasury officer, Edward (Rob Yang). (He doesn’t.) Valence shocks him by falling to his death right in front of him. John’s office explodes, with his team inside. The Intern (Walt Klink) fights him for a key fob. (John wins.) Oh, and John’s father, who supposedly died when he was a kid? He’s alive, now played by Charles Dance. Executive producers, writers, and directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra tease when we’ll get answers to our series premiere burning questions. John’...
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