Jeremy Renner And Kyle Chandler Run A Prison Town In The First Mayor Of Kingstown Trailer

Jeremy Renner and Kyle Chandler play brothers who help run a prison town in the first trailer for Mayor of Kingstown.

The show comes from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, who co-created the show with Hugh Dillon as part of his overall deal with ViacomCBS.

The 10-episode season will debut on the Paramount Plus streaming service on Sunday, November 14, with the Paramount Network airing a special simulcast that evening following a new episode of Yellowstone.

Brothers: Jeremy Renner and Kyle Chandler portray brothers who help run a prison town in the first trailer for Mayor of Kingstown

Brothers: Jeremy Renner and Kyle Chandler portray brothers who help run a prison town in the first trailer for Mayor of Kingstown

New Show: The show comes from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, who co-created the show with Hugh Dillon as part of his overall deal with ViacomCBS

New Show: The show comes from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, who co-created the show with Hugh Dillon as part of his overall deal with ViacomCBS

New Show: The show comes from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, who co-created the show with Hugh Dillon as part of his overall deal with ViacomCBS

The trailer opens with a shot of Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) and Mitch McLusky (Kyle Chandler), both in black suits, looking out over a river.

Mike is seen telling his mother Mariam (Dianne Wiest), “We’re not breaking the law, Mom, you know that. We bend it.’

Mike watches him give a tennis ball to a young boy, who knocks it over the prison walls, while the ball is given to an inmate who takes out a flash drive.

River: The trailer opens with a shot of Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) and Mitch McLusky (Kyle Chandler), both in black suits, looking across a river

River: The trailer opens with a shot of Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) and Mitch McLusky (Kyle Chandler), both in black suits, looking across a river

River: The trailer opens with a shot of Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) and Mitch McLusky (Kyle Chandler), both in black suits, looking across a river

Prison: Mike hands a tennis ball to a young boy, who knocks it over the prison walls, while the ball is given to an inmate who takes out a flash drive

Prison: Mike hands a tennis ball to a young boy, who knocks it over the prison walls, while the ball is given to an inmate who takes out a flash drive

Prison: Mike hands a tennis ball to a young boy, who knocks it over the prison walls, while the ball is given to an inmate who takes out a flash drive

Mike says they’re “bending” the laws to “make peace for everyone,” although Mariam doesn’t quite believe it.

‘I know so well what you’re doing. Your father invented it,’ Mariam says.

Mitch is talking to a man who says he has heard his “influence in the prison system uniquely”.

Peace: Mike says they 'bend' the laws to 'make peace for all', though Mariam doesn't quite believe it

Peace: Mike says they 'bend' the laws to 'make peace for all', though Mariam doesn't quite believe it

Peace: Mike says they ‘bend’ the laws to ‘make peace for all’, though Mariam doesn’t quite believe it

Familiar: 'I know so well what you're doing.  Your father invented it,' says Mariam

Familiar: 'I know so well what you're doing.  Your father invented it,' says Mariam

Familiar: ‘I know so well what you’re doing. Your father invented it,’ says Mariam

Mike says to the man and another woman, “If you want to know who is doing what, wherever and whenever, come to me.”

Mike is seen burning something, telling them, ‘What you see is what you get. I don’t take sides’ when a house explodes.

Mariam asks the third McLusky brother Kyle (Taylor Handley) why he’s “taken a shift” and says his brothers are involved, while Kyle says, “What aren’t they involved in?”

No sides: Mike is seen burning something, as he says, “What you see is what you get.  I don't take sides' when you see a house explode

No sides: Mike is seen burning something, as he says, “What you see is what you get.  I don't take sides' when you see a house explode

No sides: Mike is seen burning something, as he says, “What you see is what you get. I don’t take sides’ when you see a house explode

Mitch is seen talking about a seemingly new agent who should ‘shut up’.

Mike is seen beating up a cop in a bar, saying with his voice across the food chain, “Lots of wolves and only a few rabbits.”

One hears someone ask why Mike is called ‘the mayor’, as one female character puts it, ‘because he runs the city.

New cop: Mitch talks about a seemingly new cop who should 'shut up'

New cop: Mitch talks about a seemingly new cop who should 'shut up'

New cop: Mitch talks about a seemingly new cop who should ‘shut up’

Beaten up: Mike watches him beat up a cop in a bar, as he says in voice about the food chain there is: 'lots of wolves and only a few rabbits'

Beaten up: Mike watches him beat up a cop in a bar, as he says in voice about the food chain there is: 'lots of wolves and only a few rabbits'

Beaten up: Mike watches him beat up a cop in a bar, as he says in voice about the food chain there is: ‘lots of wolves and only a few rabbits’

The trailer ends with some dramatic shots as the man says, “Wonder what the real mayor thinks about that?” The woman replies, “The real mayor knows too.”

One of the officers says, “Everyone in this bastard knows they’d be dead if it weren’t for you,” referring to Mike.

The trailer ends with Mike saying to someone, “Everything I’ve ever given you I’d take in an afternoon. Never threaten me again.’

Real Mayor: The trailer ends with some dramatic shots when the man says, “Do you know what the real mayor thinks about that?” The woman replies: ‘The real mayor knows it too’

No Threat: The trailer ends with Mike telling someone, “Everything I've ever given you I'd take in an afternoon.  Never threaten me again'

No Threat: The trailer ends with Mike telling someone, “Everything I've ever given you I'd take in an afternoon.  Never threaten me again'

No Threat: The trailer ends with Mike telling someone, “Everything I’ve ever given you I’d take in an afternoon. Never threaten me again’

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