No one expected that goofy guy from the American version of The Office to get hot and start doing serious parts, but after writing and directing A Quiet Place, as well as starring in it, John Krasinski began starring in the Amazon Prime adaptation of John Clancy's Jack Ryan.
And it's actually pretty awesome.
It uses real-world issues as well as relatable fiction to tell a story of modern cultural fears without the story being a-political or painting the bad buys as one-dimensional villains. They have motives, and personalities, and often you find you can empathize and sympathize with them without losing sight of the over-arcing conflict.
I realize that I'm tardy to the party on this show, but it's definitely worth a watch.