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'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan' Season 3 Trailer Sees John Krasinski Trying to Outrun the Clock and the CIA to Stop a World War

There's a Red Notice out for John Krasinski...err, Jack Ryan in Season 3 of the Prime Video drama.
by Danielle Turchiano — 
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From left to right: John Krasinski and Michael Kelly in 'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan'

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Jack Ryan (John Krasinski) claims he's not running from the CIA in the third season of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, coming to Prime Video on Dec. 21, but the CIA is chasing him. You can see him avoiding capture, while also trying to thwart a global catastrophe, in the just-released trailer for the season, below.

Season 3 of the drama series follows Jack as he gets accused of treason with a Red Notice out for his arrest, which means he does have to run from his own government. This happens because he is wrongly implicated in a conspiracy, resulting in him trying to find a rogue faction that might be looking to restore the Soviet Empire and start a world war. On his mission to confirm his intelligence, he will travel across Europe, be hunted by former allies and new enemies, and have a ticking clock on his success.

"I'm trying to do the right thing," Jack says in the trailer.

The series also stars Wendell Pierce and Michael Kelly as CIA officers James Greer and Mike November, respectively, with new cast members for the season including Nina Hoss as Czech President Alena Kovac and Betty Gabriel as CIA Rome Station Chief Elizabeth Wright.

Andrew Form, Allyson Seeger, Krasinski, Vaun Wilmott, Brad Fuller, Michael Bay, Clancy, Mace Neufeld, Carlton Cuse, and Skydance Television's David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost serve as executive producers. The series is co-produced by Amazon Studios, Paramount Television Studios, and Skydance Television.

Thus far, Jack Ryan has a Metascore of 64 for its first two seasons. The third season embargo has not yet lifted. All eight episodes of the third season drop in the binge model on Dec. 21.