Judging from the lack of any further details such as who will be in it, what it will look like, and how long it will be, it seems like production on the upcoming car-crime show is still in its very early stages. For what it’s worth, though, the show is currently listed on IMDb as a “TV Mini Series” so maybe don’t expect a 20-episode first season.
So, essentially, the plot of the first Fast & Furious movie.
Fun fact: the original Driver video game from 1999 was inspired by ’70s car chase movies and TV shows, so having the game spawn its own show that will presumably be filled with car chases is either, depending on how you look at things, a cool full-circle moment for the game franchise’s creators or a slightly hilarious indictment on the entertainment industry’s lack of creativity worthy of a Bojack Horseman subplot.
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In any case, it doesn’t sound like it’ll cost much to watch Driver because Binge will apparently be free, launch sometime in 2022, and “be accessible on any Internet-connected device.”