The fourth and final season of Brockmire finds our cantankerous protagonist clean and sober for some time, and in a new position. In fact, fifteen years on, he’s now the commissioner of baseball – and, in a dystopian future, he is tasked with saving the game!
Brockmire’s final season premieres on Wednesday, March 18th.
The first Split Screens Festival will be held at New York City’s IFC Center – a week of exploring the absolute best in scripted television.
The festival will include screenings and panels of shows ranging from Brockmire to Orphan Black, The Girlfriend Experience to Underground.
Festival guests will include stars, creatives and directors – Brockmire’s Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet; Orphan Black creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson – and star Tatiana Maslany; star Michael McKean and creator Peter Gould from Better Call Saul; Aisha Hinds, whose Harriet Tubman has launched Underground into the stratosphere, and more.
The festival will also feature the world premiere of the first episode of HBO’s greatly anticipated series The Deuce – starring Maggie Gyllenhaal.