HBO has released the promotional trailer for the five-episode limited series “The White House Plumber,” starring Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux.
The series revolves around Nixon’s political saboteurs and Watergate masterminds, E. Howard Hunt (Harrelson) and J. Gordon Liddy (Theroux), who end up helping to overthrow the presidency.
The cast includes Lena Headey, Judy Greer, Domhnall Gleeson, Toby Haas, Ike Barinholtz, Kathleen Turner, Kim Coates, Yul Vasquez, Alexia Valdes, Nelson Asensio, Tony Plana, Zoe Levine, Liam James, Kiernan Shipka, Trail Rider, David Krumholtz Murray Abraham, Rich Sommer, and John Carroll Lynch.
The White House Plumber was created, written and produced by Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck, with David Mandel directing and executive producing. Frank Rich, David Bernard, Greg Fienberg, Tiro, Harrelson, Lynn Amato, and Ruben Fleischer serve as executive producers. The series is produced by HBO and executive producers Paul Lee, Mark Roybal and Nne Ebong for Wiip.
White House Plumbers premieres March 2023. Watch the trailer below.
In other TV news for the day:
We TV has released the teaser trailer for “Kold x Windy,” an eight-episode drama series from creators Kenny Young, Phil James, and Vernon “Xtreme” Brown.
“Kold x Windy” follows hip-hop and gravure star Malika “Kold” Wise (Sh’Kia Augustin), who is trying to create a better life for herself and her son on the South Side of Chicago. In addition to Augustin, the series also stars Nijah Brenea as Renee “Windy” Johnson, Brely Evans, Kaja Brielle, Kiyanne Muhammad, and Solo Lucci.
Lauren Gellert, David Stefano, and Nikki Love serve as executive producers for WE TV. Kold x Windy premieres on We TV January 5, 2023 at 10 PM ET. Watch the trailer below.
Apple TV+’s “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock,” the reboot of Jim Henson’s classic “Fraggle Rock,” has been renewed for a second season. Production is underway in Calgary, Canada. Daveed Diggs returns for the second season alongside Ariana DeBose, Brett Goldstein, and Catherine O’Hara in guest starring roles.
The series is produced by The Jim Henson Company, Lisa Henson and Haley Stanford, longtime Henson collaborator John Tartaglia, along with Matt Fosfield and Alex Cuthbertson. The co-executive producers are Dave Goelz and Karen Prell, and the executive music producer is Harvey Mason Jr. The new season is produced by Chris Plourde and co-produced by Tim O’Brien. The series is produced in association with New Regency with Yariv Milchan and Michael Schaefer as executive producer.
TheGrio by Byron Allen will provide coverage of the African American Summit today, December 12, through Grio platforms, in partnership with the Women United Foundation.
First Ladies of Africa – Including First Lady of Gambia Fatoumatah Bah Barrow, First Lady of Angola Ana Lourenco, First Lady of Cape Verde Deborah Karlvahou, First Lady of Gabon Sylvia Bongo, First Lady of Burundi Angelini Ndayishimiye, First Lady of Botswana New Masisi Honoring First Lady of Djibouti Kadra Haid.
Artists include: Fally Ipupa, Tekno and Yassour N’dor. D.C. bureau chief April Ryan and White House correspondent Jerin Keith Gaynor will report on the event. In January, TheGrio will provide additional coverage as part of its “Africa Amplified” programme.
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