Hijack Cast List: Here's Where You've Seen the Actors Before
This series has a truly stellar cast.
Another Apple TV+ series will be arriving on our screens just a few days from now. The streaming platform has already given us such great shows as Ted Lasso and Silo, and it's now expanding its creative reach even further.
Little is known about the upcoming British thriller, Hijack. The premise is plain and simple, fitting on a single line: A skilled business negotiator, Sam, gets stuck on a hijacked Dubai-London flight and must find a peaceful way out of the dangerous situation using his professional skills.
One detail about the miniseries is well-known, however - it has a most impressive cast.
Idris Elba as Sam Nelson
This renowned British actor needs no introduction. He starred in HBO's The Wire and appeared in numerous crime dramas at the time, including Law & Order and CSI: Miami. Additionally, he played a recurring character, Charles Miner, on the American version of The Office and portrayed John Luther on BBC's eponymous show.
Idris Elba also plays Heimdall in Marvel's Thor franchise. Most notably, the actor portrayed Nelson Mandela in the 2013 biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Archie Panjabi as Zahra Gahfoor
This actress should be a familiar face to everyone who loves legal dramas. She played Kalinda Sharma on CBS's The Good Wife and had an episodic role on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Christine Adams as Marsha Smith-Nelson
This lesser-known British actress boasts roles in many iconic TV shows like Doctor Who, Pushing Daisies, CSI: Miami, The Mentalist, and Castle. Furthermore, she had a recurring role on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and provided voice-overs for The Mandalorian.
Eve Myles as Alice Sinclair
This Welsh actress also appeared on Doctor Who. Additionally, she starred in BBC's sci-fi series Torchwood and had an episodic role on the BBC fantasy drama Merlin. Notably, Eve Myles worked with Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw on A Very English Scandal.
Aimée Kelly as Jamie Constantinou
You might recognise this actress from the 2020 comedy-drama film The Duke, starring Helen Mirren and Jim Broadbent. She had a major role in the teen fantasy show Wolfblood and appeared on the detective drama Grantchester.
Hijack will be available on Apple TV+ on June 28.