Too Old to Die Young Amazon release date: When does it start? How many episodes?

Amazon Prime today (Friday, June 14) will release the first episodes of Too Late to Die Young, a new series from Nicolas Winding Refn. Too Old to Die Young episodes will be released all at once when the show starts later today on Amazon Prime. The Amazon series premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, meaning the first reviews have started to come out.

When does Too Old to Die Young start?

The Amazon release date for Too Old to Die Young is Friday, June 14.

The release time is not confirmed but will be some time in the early hours of the morning.

All episodes of Too Old to Die Young will be released at once, giving Refn fans a chance to stream the series over the weekend.

In the lead-up to the release of Too Old to Die Young, Amazon has made a number of Refn projects available to stream, including his films Drive, Fear X and Bronson.

How many episodes are in Too Old to Die Young?

Too Old to Die Young consists of 10 episodes, which will all be released on June 14.

Episodes differ in length from around an hour to 90 minutes and explore the dark underbelly of Los Angeles.

A review of the episodes shown at Cannes from The Guardian says of the series: “It’s just as horrible and upsetting as you’d expect.”

Amazon Prime has announced the episode titles for Too Old to Die Young, which are named after tarot cards and are as follows:

What is Too Old to Die Young about?

The official Amazon Prime summary for Too Old to Die Young reads: “Detective Martin Jones (played by Miles Teller) leads a double life as a killer for hire in Los Angeles’ deadly underground.

“Coming under the sway of Viggo (John Hawkes), a mysterious vigilante with an apocalyptic vision, Martin suffers an existential crisis.

“This leads him deeper into a blood-splattered world of violence and murder.

“This dark odyssey takes Martin to the deserts of New Mexico, and a pair of Satan-worshipping brothers who have their own ideas of good and evil.”

Too Old to Die Young is released today on Amazon Prime.

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