Season two of the acclaimed Italian crime drama Gomorrah will have a two-hour premiere on Wednesday, April 26th.
In the first two episodes, “United States of Secondigliano/Exile” Ciro and Genny organize a meeting on neutral ground in Montenegro. Although the Savastano clan continues to stay divided, Ciro knows better than to underestimate them. Genny’s old men organize a robbery, but when things go south, he is forced to sacrifice a portion of the Savastano turf and break his father’s trust.
Production has begun on Season Two of SundanceTV’s The A Word – the series about a family dealing with the discovery that youngest son Joe (Max Vento) is autistic – and how it affects everyone in the family.
The story picks up two years from the end of season one, and Joe (Max Vento) is changing. Now age seven, he has begun to look at the world and find he doesn’t always fit in.
The second episode of Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo (SundanceTV, Wednesdays, 10/9C) finds Leonard in jail and his lawyer, Florida and Hap trying to get him out.
Ticking Mojo maintains the slow burn build of the mystery behind the body found under the floorboards of Leonard’s (Michael Kenneth Williams) house; presents a possible killer and suggests the possibility that Leonard’s late Uncle Chester was involved with a series of missing children over the years.
SundanceTV is celebrating Black History Month and the 40th Anniversary of the original Roots miniseries from 1977 with a four-day event.
Beginning on Saturday, February 25th, the network will air the original Roots miniseries and its 1979 sequel, Roots: The Next Generations.
Frequently named as one of the most important works in scripted television in history, “Roots,” won 9 Emmy® awards, a Golden Globe award, a Peabody award, and still stands as the most watched miniseries in the U.S.
Joe R. Lansdale’s southern fried, swamp rock duo of ne’er-do-wells, Hap and Leonard, have staked out a home on SundanceTV.
After a critically-acclaimed first season that ended on a doozy of a cliffhanger (what was that thing doing in Uncle Chester’s basement, anyway?), the duo return – caught in the middle of a murder mystery with more twists and turns than an East Texas highway – in Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo on Wednesday, March 15th (10/9C).
SundanceTV will pay tribute to Mary Tyler Moore with a marathon of the complete seventh season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show – the season that concluded with one of the most loved series finales in television history.
The marathon begins Saturday, January 28th (6am/5C) with season premiere Mary Midwife and concludes with The Last Show. A complete list of episode blurbs follows the jump.
SundanceTV is set to co-produce the original drama series The split with BBC One.
Set in London, the series follows three sisters – two of whom are divorce lawyers working for rival firms – who have to deal with the return, after some thirty years, of their estranged father.
Creative and production talent from such productions as The Hour, Broadchurch, Humans, and Black Mirror will work on the series – which will air exclusively on SundanceTV in the U.S. and, following its linear TV run, Sundance Now.
SundanceTV announced its 2017 production slate today and the second seasons of Hap and Leonard (subtitled Mucho Mojo), Italian crime series Gomorrah, award-winning Australian mystery series To of the Lake (subtitled China girl) and Australian sci-fi series Cleverman are among its most intriguing shows.
The network’s unscripted series Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter is also back for a second second season with roundtable discussions featuring ‘the top directors, actors, actresses, producers, writers, documentary filmmakers, and songwriters behind this year’s most talked about movies.’
Also coming up: new drama Liar, season two of The A-Word and docuseries Murder in the Heartland: In Cold Blood Revisited. Series descriptions – and the first trailer for Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo – follow the break.
SundanceTV’s Peabody Award-winning series Rectify – the story of a man who got out of prison because of a technicality and has since been trying to make sense of his life and future – concludes its four season run on Wednesday, December 14th (10/9C).
The story of Rectify’s Daniel Jolden (Aden Young, above) is winding down as the critically acclaimed, Peabody Award-winning series begins its fourth and final season on SundanceTV.
Daniel has begun his new life at the halfway house, The New Canaan Project, in Nashville. Separated from his family and banished from the state of Georgia, Daniel continues his struggle to manage life after prison – and he’s about to be pushed out of his comfort zone.
Rectify’s final season premieres on Wednesday, October 23rd (10/9C). Read on for more.