Merritt Wever, Scoot Mc Nairy, and Sam Waterston also star.The second season of the acclaimed comedy mystery series features guest appearances from Jay Duplass, Judy Reyes, Phoebe Robinson, Tymberlee Hill, and Jessica Chaffin. Jon Stewart returns as host for the annual autism research benefit, which moves to HBO from Comedy Central (and will be broadcast live for the first time).
Written by Ted Melfi (Hidden Figures) and Christopher Wehner, this darkly comedic Netflix original holiday film about five strangers who wind up barricaded inside a liquor store on Christmas Eve stars Vincent D'Onofrio, Jessica Alba, Luke Grimes, Tim Allen, and Dax Shepard.One of this year's stranger newcomers, this adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name stars Christopher Meloni as a corrupt cop turned intoxicated hit man and Patton Oswalt as the voice of the imaginary tiny blue winged horse who talks to him after he suffers a heart attack. At least it's not another can of vegetables.) Brian Taylor (Crank) directs and co-writes tonight's opener.Scheduled performers include Chris Rock, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Less than stellar reviews for Netflix's most recent Marvel series (The Defenders and Iron Fist) suggest that there may be (or should be) limits to the ever-expanding Marvel Universe.But this next entry in the franchise could represent a step up in quality, at least in theory.Critics enjoyed the pilot when it debuted in March, and a second season has already been greenlit.
Spike Lee's first TV series is a present-day update of his first movie: 1986's She's Gotta Have It.
The second season of the acclaimed Starz original series (produced by Steven Soderbergh) will ditch last season's setting and characters to tell two new, completely separate stories.
(The hour-long weekly episodes will devote half an hour to each.) One is set in the world of campaign finance in Washington, D. and stars Anna Friel and Louisa Krause; the other takes place in New Mexico and stars Carmen Ejogo, TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, and film director Harmony Korine.
Netflix's most expensive original feature to date is a million effects-driven action film starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton as cops in an alternate present-day world where fantasy creatures like elves, fairies, and orcs co-exist with humans.
David Ayer (Suicide Squad) directs from a script by Max Landis (Chronicle).
) adapts her own Sundance-winning short about a young, single mother.