Also set to return to the show is 'Hamilton’s' Daveed Diggs, who will reprise his role as Bow’s hippie brother, and Anna Deavere Smith, who plays Bow’s mother.
Showtime has finally revealed a few (but only a few) details about this mysterious, seven-episode series from Sacha Baron Cohen, which is widely rumored to be a prank/interview show similar to his HBO hit , filmed in secret over the past year.
Amy Adams heads the cast as a reporter who returns to her hometown to investigate the killings of two young girls.
Also starring are Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Elizabeth Perkins, Eliza Scanlen, and Matt Craven.
Costner plays a modern-day rancher dealing with a variety of issues stemming from occasionally violent conflicts with land developers and a neighboring Indian reservation.
The strong ensemble also includes Cole Hauser, Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Dave Annable, Danny Huston, Gil Birmingham, Josh Lucas, Gretchen Mol, and Jill Hennessey. Kelley's legal drama returns for a second season that finds attorney Billy Mc Bride (Billy Bob Thornton) reluctantly drawn back into the law when he decides to represent his friend's teenage son after he is accused of murder.
"Brothered Up" centers on Calvin (Malco), an emotionally guarded African American cop who is partnered with Farooq (Kalyan), an emotionally available Pakistani cop, and they are forced to find a way to connect as they patrol a Detroit neighborhood.
Malco’s Calvin is described as a great cop who has always been a lone wolf but now is newly partnered with the optimistic Farooq, who has a gung-ho attitude.
He made his choice: He hung up the suit and his secret identity years ago, but with a daughter, Jennifer (Mc Cain) hellbent on justice and a star student being recruited by a local gang, he’ll be pulled back into the fight as the wanted vigilante and DC legend Black Lightning.
The script comes from This "fifth" season of the beloved series is actually one of the first to air in Britain but has never before been available in the States in any form.
(That means, thankfully, you'll still get to see the original judges and hosts, and not their new replacements.) producer/writer Terri Edda Miller sounds not unlike that recently departed series.
(Cohen himself recently suggested that he's up to something involving Trump University and Dick Cheney, while he also was reported to have interviewed O. Simpson earlier this year.)Tru TV's new scripted anthology series features eight twisty, stand-alone tales, each in a different genre (including 1970s sci-fi, rom-com, and reality), though all are comedic in tone.
Some of the actors starring in episodes this season include Michael Ian Black, Bridget Everett, Dave Foley, Seth Green, Danny Pudi, Melissa Joan Hart, and David Koechner.