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The Godfather's behind-the-scenes drama has got the small screen look in a limited series involving producer Al Ruddy's production.
Miles Teller as Ruddy, Dan Fogler as director Francis Ford Coppola, Matt Goode as agent Bettye McCartt, Anthony Ippolito as Al Pacino, Giovanni Ribisi as New York Mafioso, Patrick Gallo as business tycoon Mario Puzo, and Burn Gorman as industrialist Charles Bluhdorn are some of the 10-episode miniseries.
The Godfather is based on Puzo, and Coppola's 1972 film adaptation won best picture, best actor, and best screenplay at the 45th Academy Awards. The Godfather: Part II was first released in 1974, and the Oscar-nominated The Godfather: Part III was reinstated in theaters in 2020 as a remake of the versions of Coppola and Puzo ".") The iconic picture has also inspired an and an.
The Offer, a real-life Ruddy executive, was produced at Paramount Studios, near Evans' office. Nikki Toscano, a reporter, told The Hollywood Reporter that Ruddy was "incredibly supportive since day one."
The Offer's episode release schedule is available below, and you may catch up on the legendary Mafia film franchise online.
The Offer is available to watch exclusively on the market starting April 28 on, which is separated from the Paramount Network cable channel. This Thursday, the first three episodes will be released, and new ones will be released weekly. The finale will air on June 16.
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With a seven-day trial to Paramount+, new customers may get The Offer for free online. It's also available as an add-on to subscribers of the game.
Have you ever wanted to catch up on the greatness of The Offer? If you want to, you'll need to purchase or rent the films until they are delivered on streaming video-on-demand services.
All three movies are available for $3 and higher or on the market for $13 and higher, including Google Play, iTunes, and.
The Godfather is available on Amazon on and in the 4K Ultra HD, as a special edition box set with the 4K UHD, HDR-10, and DolbyVision (plus the digital copy) at or.