Here's your first look at the CBC adaptation of Lisa Moore's Caught

The adaptation stars Allan Hawco, Tori Anderson, Enuka Okuma and Paul Gross. It premieres on Feb. 26, 2018.
Allan Hawco stars in Caught, an adaptation of Lisa Moore's crime novel. (CBC/House of Anansi)

CBC has released the trailer for the upcoming original television series Caught, an adaptation of Lisa Moore's crime novel.

Starring Allan Hawco, Tori Anderson, Enuka Okuma and Paul Gross, Caught is the story of David Slaney, who breaks out of prison to finish a big-time heist that will set him up for life, with police hot on his trail. The series, set in 1978, was filmed on location in Newfoundland, Ontario and the Dominican Republic.

The book was shortlisted for Scotiabank Giller Prize and Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize in 2013.

Caught premieres Feb. 26, 2018. Take a look at the first trailer below!

There’s no such thing as a clean getaway. Caught premieres Monday February 26th on CBC 1:32

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