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What is StartUp about?

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Netflix is full of series that allow our imaginations to run wild as we place ourselves in the shoes of a kingpin in charge of some illegal practice. From Breaking Bad‘s Walter White to Ozark‘s Marty Bryde to Narcos‘ Pablo Escobar, these characters live a life of thrill as they do whatever it takes to build an exuberant empire, and it looks like we have another kingpin joining the ranks.

Nick Talman from the series StartUp is certainly a force to be reckoned with and his story is full of that money laundering action that keeps us at the edge of our seats.

StartUp has managed to climb to Netflix’s Top 10 trending list, which means it’s definitely a great series to watch. We tell you everything you need to know about the series and more right here.

What is StartUp about?

The series journeys the lives of a banker, a hacker, and a thug who come together to create a business where they can get money quickly via cryptocurrency. The trio has everything it takes to pull themselves out of the hard-knock life of poverty, but with family, careers, and their lives at stake, are they willing to give up everything and go all the way?

More on the official synopsis down below:

An attempt to launder stolen money finances a cryptocurrency that puts entrepreneurs in business with a corrupt FBI agent and a Miami gang.

The cast of StartUp is filled with some pretty familiar faces of actors and actresses with Sons of Anarchy actor Ron Perlman playing Wes Chandler, Adam Brody playing Nick Talman, Edi Gathegi playing Ronald Dacey, Otmara Marrero as Izzy Morales, Kristen Ariza as Tamara Dacey, and Sherlock actor Martin Freeman as Phil Rask.

See Martin Freeman and the rest of the cast in the official trailer of StartUp right here:

All three seasons of StartUp are currently available to stream on Netflix, and you definitely don’t want to miss this action-packed, suspenseful series.

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