In 1972, Francis Ford Coppola created The Godfather, the first of three films that will soon go down in cinematic history. The Corleone family is one of the most famous on the silver screen, and the performances of Al Pacino and Marlon Brando are particularly memorable.
Forty years later, we are about to discover the classic of the gangster genre from another angle. Series The offer will bring us the story behind the scenes and we will know how the development and production of the first opus went.
If you don’t want to miss the new Paramount+ miniseries either, keep reading, especially if you’re reading us from Europe or another country where the platform hasn’t been released yet.
When does The Offer, the series based on The Godfather, air?
The offer coming to Paramount + next April 28. This is, of course, for the countries in which the platform has already launched, including 18 countries in Lat in America.
In Europe, we will have to wait for Paramount+ to arrive there for the official premiere of The offer. That should be mid-2022 when Paramount+ and Peacock content arrives via SkyShowtime.
However, we know how to see it this month of April in regions where the platform has not even arrived.
What is The Offer series about?
The offer recounts the production of the first film of The Godfather. Set in the early 1970s, the series revolves around Albert S. Ruddy, who is hired to produce a film adaptation of Mario Puzo’s work.
Ruddy will work alongside a young Francis Ford Coppola and will have to face Joe Colombo, a mafia boss who wants to be part of the production to ensure that the Italian community does not suffer.
Who appears in The Offer series?
Miles Teller is the protagonist of The offer as Albert S. Ruddy. Dan Fogler, meanwhile, puts himself in the shoes of Francis Ford Coppola, while Patrick Gallo is Mario Puzo.
Matthew Goode voices Robert Evans, Juno Temple Bettye McCartt, Burn Gorman Charles Bluhdorn, Colin Hanks Barry Lapidus and Giovanni Ribisi Joe Colombo.
The actual distribution of The Godfather is played by Justin Chambers as Marlon Brando and Anthony Ippolito as Al Pacino. Another well-known character who will make an appearance is Frank Sinatra, directed by Frank John Hughes,
How to watch The Offer series in Europe
As we’ve said many times, Paramount+, the official platform for The offer, is not yet available in Europe. In fact, the service itself never will be, but its content will arrive via SkyShowtime.
But while we wait, because it probably won’t be for a few months, there is a way to enjoy its content in Europe. And that includes, of course, the new series The offer.
You will have to resort to the old VPN trick. Install a connection like NordVPN or ExpressVPN on your device to browse and access the Paramount+ site as if you were in the United States or Mexico, for example.
You can now register as if you lived there. You will see that in the case of the United States, you can only use a US card to pay. The solution is to buy a gift card in line register. You can buy it at Walmart.
In the US, Paramount+ costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year if you choose the basic plan with ads. The Premium plan without ads, on the other hand, costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.
Installing a VPN on a TV can be more complicated, if not impossible, if you don’t have a Smart TV. That is why, to want to take advantage The offer from the TV, we advise you to use an HDMI cable or a Google Chromecast to connect it to your laptop or smartphone.
How to watch The Offer series in Latin America
In Latin America, cf. The offer It’s not that complicated, because all you have to do is subscribe to Paramount+ (with a 7-day trial period) and enjoy the episodes from April 28.
This is the case, at least, in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, in Uruguay and Venezuela.
In Argentina the service is available through Telefe, while in Chile you should be able to see it through Chilevisión.
Where to watch The Godfather movies?
If before or after seeing The offermakes you want to see (or see again) the trilogy of The GodfatherWe have the solution.
In Europe, the first two films can be rented and purchased on Rakuten TV, Google Play, Microsoft Store, Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video. The third, on the other hand, is only available on Filmin or Google Play.
In Latin America, on the other hand, they are all available on HBO Max.