Last King Of The Cross.

Last King Of The Cross.

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Paramount+ Australian Original Series. Exclusively Streaming Now On Paramount+.

It’s finally here.

Following the exclusive launch event in Sydney’s Kings Cross last night, the first two episodes of the highly-anticipated Paramount+ Australian original series Last King of The Cross, inspired by John Ibrahim’s best-selling autobiography, is available to stream now. Subsequent to the premiere, a new episode will drop every Friday.

Raised in the blood of the Lebanese Civil War, brothers John (Lincoln Younes) and Sam Ibrahim (Claude Jabbour) enter the underworld of Kings Cross and quickly make a name for themselves. One possesses incredible smarts and invention, whilst the other provides muscle and intimidation. Together, they are unstoppable, and in his late teens, John buys his first nightclub.

Just as John is establishing himself, the cocaine wave sweeps Sydney like a virus. The rivers of money begin to flow in different directions, loyalties are questioned, and the delicate ecosystem of Kings Cross is spun into chaos.

For control of Kings Cross, the Ibrahim brothers must battle the reigning King – Ezra Shipman (Tim Roth), the looming threat of a Vietnamese gang out of Sydney’s south-west known as Bui Doi, various outlaw motorcycle clubs and a corrupt police force that belongs to no one.

Last King of The Cross joins a host of the world’s best entertainment currently streaming on Paramount+, including Teen Wolf, Wolf Pack, Chemistry of Death, The Mayor of Kingstown, Tulsa King, 1923, The Flatshare, 1883, Five Bedrooms, The Offer, HALO, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and iCarly, with Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, Lioness, School Spirits, Rabbithole, At Midnight, and Yellowjackets (season two) streaming soon.

You can stream 20,000 hours of unique stories, iconic stars, live sport and a mountain of entertainment on Paramount+ for $8.99 per month for a monthly subscription or $89.99 for an annual subscription.

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