Watch how the cast of ‘Slow Horses’ takes on codebreakers


Apple TV+ subscribers may now watch “Slow Horses” for free.

Actress Olivia Cooke and Jake Lowden, two of the stars, attempt to play Codebreakers in order to test their knowledge of spy terminology. To see how they did, look at the results below:

They aren’t the best spies, the Slow Horses are. Take a look at the actors’ knowledge of espionage terminology. Slow Horses is now playing on Apple TV+.


Mick Herron’s novel of the same name serves as the basis for the TV series, which stars Gary Oldman.

Espionage thriller “Slow Horses” tells the story of an MI5 “dumping ground” department known as Slough House, where a dysfunctional team of British intelligence officers work together to uncover espionage threats. With Oldman as Jackson Lamb, Slough House becomes the final resting place for those who make career-ending blunders while manoeuvring through the haze of espionage’s smoke and mirrors. This film has an impressive cast, including Academy Award candidate Kristin Scott Thomas and BAFTA Scotland Award winner Jack Lowden, as well as Saskia Reeves, Dustin Demri-Burns and Rosalind Eleazar as well as Christopher Chung, Paul Higgins and Freddie Fox.

See-Saw Films and Will Smith are behind the show’s production for Apple TV+ (“Veep”). Alongside Smith, Graham Yost serves as an executive producer. The show’s executive producers are Jamie Laurenson, Hakan Kousetta, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gail Mutrux, and Douglas Urbanski. Executive Produced by James Hawes, who directs all six episodes.


See the official trailer for the series below if you haven’t already:

You may now watch “Slow Horses” on Apple TV+. New episodes and movies are being added every day to Apple’s subscription streaming service. In order to have the greatest possible viewing experience, check out our evaluation of Apple TV 4K.


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