Taylor Kitsch stars as preacher and cult leader David Koresh in the first trailer for Paramount Network’s “Waco” miniseries.The minute-and-a-half-long clip gives short glimpses at how the story of the deadly 1993 FBI raid of Koresh’s compound will play out on the series, accompanied by Kitsch’s ominous voiceover promising salvation for his followers.The 51-day standoff ended in the deaths of 76 men, women and children, including Koresh himself.Also Read: See Taylor Kitsch as Cult Leader David Koresh in Paramount Network's 'Waco' (Photo)The cast also includes Michael Shannon, John Leguizamo, Andrea Riseborough, Rory Culkin, Melissa Benoist, Paul Sparks, Shea Whigham, Camryn Manheim and Julia Garner.
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You can’t have an adaptation about the deadly events that happened in Waco in 1993 without your David Koresh.Paramount Network, the new name for Spike TV come January 2018, is kicking off its rebranding with “Waco,” a six-part miniseries based on the deadly shootout at the Branch Davidians compound.The series features an all-star cast including Taylor Kitsch, who’s playing Koresh, the leader of a religious community that became the target of a federal investigation and subsequent standoff.The 51-day standoff ended in the deaths of 76 men, women and children, including Koresh himself.