Trident centers on a mysterious death aboard an American nuclear submarine that tests the mettle of the crew, the White House, the Pentagon and the CIA and causes a crisis that threatens to expose a conspiracy that could trigger World War III. Also, it strains the already complex and fragile relationship between a tough, talented recent graduate of submarine school and her father, the sub's capable but untested executive officer who's suddenly thrust into a leadership role.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Trident - Peel Trident - Netflix

The Peel Trident is the second three-wheeled microcar made by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. An all-new design from its one-seat counterpart the Peel P50, the Trident has two seats.

Trident - Media appearances - Netflix

The Trident made a late transatlantic media appearance in the American television series Monster Garage, when a team of engineers and fabricators attempted to fit a high-performance Suzuki Hayabusa superbike engine into the bodywork of a Trident, mounted onto a conventional go-kart frame. The project was a failure, and the unfinished car was destroyed by the show's host Jesse James with a single shot from a .50 caliber sniper rifle. It also made a brief appearance in the BBC motoring programme Top Gear on BBC Two, when the P50 was featured more extensively and the Trident was introduced as a “sports version”. Co-presenter James May described the Peel Trident as “something out of The Jetsons”, and co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson described the Trident and the P50 as his perfect two-car garage. The Trident appeared on the BBC business programme Dragons Den in August 2010. The Trident made another appearance, driven by Rutledge Wood, on the second episode of the third season of Top Gear US. The vehicle is included in Time magazine's list of the 50 Worst Cars Ever.

Trident - References - Netflix