Following his intel, CIA analyst Jack Ryan (John Krasinski) lands in Venezuela where his boss James Greer (Wendell Pierce) and even the U.S. Special Activities team follow him. Although they are close to what they were looking for, they are all now in trouble, and Ryan must find a way through.
Jack Ryan Season 2 Web Series Cast, Episodes, Release Date, Trailer and Ratings
In the hands of creators Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland, the first season of Jack Ryan — the Amazon Prime Video series adaptation of the late novelist Tom Clancy's most famous fictional character — was a surface-level telling of a ripped-from-the-headlines geopolitical narrative, through the eyes of a rather dull eponymous protagonist. Thankfully, its second season, out now worldwide, is an indication that it wants to do better. Though Jack Ryan retains its real-life international crises approach — jumping from Syria to Venezuela — and doesn't add enough layers to the half-empty everyman that is Ryan (John Krasinski), it's clear that it wants to tackle how the US is often its own worst enemy.