From “The Wire” to “Generation Kill,” “Treme” to “Show Me a Hero,” TV fans have yet to experience a project from the prolific scribe unworthy of the investment required.
“The Deuce,” set in the ‘70s and tracking the rise of the porn industry in New York, stars James Franco playing twin brothers — that’s right: dueling James Francos!
Moss is one of the most compelling and nuanced actresses on TV today, and will give Offred that magnetism we need in such an alien, yet eerily familiar world.
The series humanizes that dour picture we have in our heads and instead presents a complex, intriguing, rebellious, strong-willed, and very lusty woman, whose romance with her husband Prince Albert was as tumultuous as her reign.Bell, Logan Browning, Antoinette Robertson, De Ron Horton, John Patrick Amedori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Nia Long The 2014 film written and directed by Justin Simien is an Indie Wire favorite going way back (it won our first-ever Project of the Year award) and we couldn’t be happier to see him get the opportunity to expand his original story to 10, 30-minute episodes.And there’s clearly plenty of both comedy and drama to mine in the story of race relations on a modern-day college campus, with at least one returning cast member (Brandon P. Yes, “Iron Fist” will premiere before “The Defenders,” but really, this is the culmination of all the Marvel Netflix series so far, and having our favorite characters finally fight side-by-side (and no doubt bicker with each other) promises to be entertaining as hell.Network: Netflix Release Date: TBA 2017 Talent: Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter, Finn Jones, Rosario Dawson, Sigourney Weaver, Elden Henson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Scott Glenn; EPs S. Clarkson, Cindy Holland, Drew Goddard (EP) Daredevil. Yes, “The Deuce” is a period drama set in New York promising loads of drugs, sex, and ‘70s spirit.
But dating back to “Homicide: Life on the Streets,” every David Simon project has been an event worth marking on the calendar.Who’s to blame (and who the victim is) remain a mystery for the audience to solve, all while enjoying Adam Scott, Alexander Skarsgard, Laura Dern, and the direction — in all eight episodes — of “Wild” and “Dallas Buyers Club” helmer Jean-Marc Vallee.