Jodan Peele strikes again. In collaboration with Charlie Sanders, the writer and director transports viewers to a not-so-distant future filled with familiar faces ranging from LeVar Burton to Rosario Dawson, as they navigate life below and above the line. The sci-fi-heavy anthology series will also feature appearances from Mark Hamill, Laverne Cox, Steven Yeun, Sara Gilbert, and Michael Cera when it debuts on YouTube Premium February 13, 2019.
In 2008, a Pakistani terrorist group launched attacks across Mumbai, India. The highest-profile of these attacks took place at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel, which killed 167 people. Based on true events, Hotel Mumbai recounts the story of chef Hemant Oberoi and a waiter who chose to risk their lives to save others. Starring Dev Patel, Hotel Mumbai comes to theaters in March 2019.
Jordan Peele has been a busy man. In the midst of writing and directed a highly successful film and a highly anticipated one, the actor has also managed to produce a documentary following John and Lorena Bobbitt. The four-part series will go back to 1993 to reevaluate the events leading up the now infamous scandal. Lorena will premiere on Amazon Prime February 15, 2019.
He was the best choreographer on Broadway. She was one of the most critically acclaimed performers on Broadway — and when their paths inevitably crossed, it started one of the most talked-about romances of the stage. Bob Fosse was a dancer who would go on to win multiple Tony awards for and an Oscar for choreography and directing. Bob and Gwen Verdon married in the 60s, and while they separated in the early 70s, they were never divorced, and Fosse would die in Verdon's arms in 1987. Fosse/Verdon follows Fosse and Verdon through their tumultuous relationship and the amazing art they created together. The series premiers on FX in April 2019.