In Sneaky Pete: Season 2, Marius is on the verge of starting fresh, when two thugs, believing he is Pete, threaten to kill the family unless he takes them to Pete’s estranged mother Maggie and the millions she stole from their mysterious employer.
Season Two of Sneaky Pete will premiere on Amazon Prime on Friday, March 9th.
Season two of Sneaky Pete finds Marius so close to freedom that he can taste it, when two ‘colleagues’ of Real Pete threaten to kill the family unless he leads them to Real Pete’s mom, Maggie – and the millions she stole from their mysterious employer…
An Amazon Prime Original, Sneaky Pete returns on March 9th with ten new episodes.
Disney’s new DuckTales adventures will debut as a one-hour movie on Saturday, August 12th (when it will run for 24 consecutive hours beginning at midnight/11C) before premiering as a series on Sunday, September 23rd.
The premise finds Donal Duck taking his nephews – Huey, Dewey and Louie – to visit their reclusive great-uncle Scrooge McDuck. Their visit to McDuck Manor leads them to learn about long-kept family secrets.
Additionally, a DuckTales: All Ducked Out Avatar Creator will debut in July on the Disney XD App and Disney LOL.
With the Emmys® coming up on Sunday (CBS, 8/7C), the Academy has announced its final round of presenters, including multiple-Emmy® winners Margo Martindale, Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes and Allison Janney.
Sometimes – especially in the case of family dramedies – the best stuff is in the trailer. The new trailer for The Hollars could be on of those, but that would be a shame – the cast includes some of the most brilliant character actors of our time: Margo Martindale (Justified, The Americans), Richard Jenkins (Olive Kitteridge, Cabin in the Woods), Sharlto Copley (Powers, District 9), Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect, Into the Woods), John Krasinski (The Office, Promised Land), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (BrainDead, 10 Cloverfield Lane) and Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat, The Interview).
Check out the first trailer after the jump. The Hollars opens in New York and Los Angeles on August 26th.
Margo Martindale – winner of an EMMY Award for her work in season two of Justified – has signed onto The Good Wife for its seventh season.
Martindale will play ‘Willa Eastman, a top campaign operative responsible for past successes by underdog presidential candidates in Iowa who hides her intelligence and cunning under a fake, folksy charm. ‘
FX’s hit, Justified [Tuesdays, 10/8C], features a classic hero – filtered through Elmore Leonard’s unique style – in Raylan Givens. I had the opportunity to take part in a conference call with the series’ star, Timothy Olyphant and, as you will see, he’s tough to put one over on. Like Givens, he calls ‘em like he sees ‘em.
Warning – Olyphant does use occasional strong language.