Emmy winning actress Margo Martindale The Americans is set to recur in Showtime’s forthcoming legal thriller Your Honor starring Bryan Cranston. The 10-episode limited series is currently in production in New Orleans and is set to premiere in 2020.
Martindale will play Senator Elizabeth Guthrie, the mother of the deceased wife of Cranston’s Michael Desiato, a respected whose son Adam Hunter Doohan is involved in a hit-and-run that leads to a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices.
The series also stars Carmen Ejogo Selma, Isiah Whitlock Jr. The Wire, Sofia Black-D'Elia The Night Of, Hope Davis F or the People and Michael Stuhlbarg Call Me By Your Name. Lorraine Toussaint Orange Is the New Black, Chet Hanks Shameless and Jimi Stanton The Punisher are also set to recur.
The limited series is adapted from the Israeli series Kvodo, created by Ron Ninio and Shlomo Mashiach. Your Honor is executive produced by Robert and Michelle King The Good Fight, The Good Wife, Evil and Liz Glotzer Evil, The Good Fight. BAFTA winner Peter Moffat — whose Criminal Justice was the basis for The Night Of — serves as showrunner and executive producer and has written multiple episodes, including the first episode. Edward Berger Patrick Melrose is directing the first three episodes and executive producing. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with King Size Productions. Alon Aranya and Rob Golenberg Hostages, Betrayal of Scripted World and James Degus of Moonshot Entertainment will also serve as executive producers.
Martindale is the first person in Emmy history to win Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series two years in a row 2015 and 2016 for her role as the deadly KGB handler Claudia in The Americans. She also received an Emmy nomination for her role in Justified and a Tony nomination for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. She recently appeared in the Hulu series The Act as well as the feature The Kitchen. She recently wrapped the feminist-driven series Mrs. America where she stars alongside Sarah Paulson, Margo Martindale, Rose Byrne, Uzo Aduba and Cate Blanchett as Bella Abzug. She is also set to star as Lucianne Steinberger Goldberg in Impeachment: American Crime Story.
Her other TV credits include The Good Fight, The Good Wife, Sneaky Pete and Dexter. On the film side, she has appeared in numerous films including Instant Family, Blow, Million Dollar Baby, August: Osage County, The Hours, Dead Man Walking and many others.
Take a look at the films that will disappear from the premium outlet next month.
Showtime is saying goodbye to a number of titles in April.
The network announced a list of movies that are set to disappear throughout next month.
The 2015 horror film The Hallow will be the first title taken off on April 4, followed by Nowhere Boy on April 8. Jake Gyllenhaal starrer Jarhead will say goodbye on April 11, while films such as District 9 and Gangster Land will depart on April 14.
Other pics such as Cabin Fever; Frank Miller's Sin City; Girl, Interrupted; Hotel Artemis; Made of Honor; Rambo; The Singing Detective; Stone; This Isn't Funny; Timeline; and Total Recall will disappear on April 30.
Though a number of titles are leaving, Showtime has announced a myriad of new additions set to debut on the premium outlet in April.
Take a look below at the movies that will be leaving Showtime in April.
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Kirk Fox: That Guy
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7 Days in Entebbe Unlocked
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District 9 Gangster Land
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