Who is ready for a little holiday-season escapism? Forty-two years later Stephen King Published his apocalyptic epic (and revived it 26 years later by King’s director Mick Carris for short series led by Gary Sinis) Stand Returns to TV – and at the “right” moment. The novel opens with a fever that kills most of the world’s population, and then the war between good and evil begins. Another sober TV show for these easy times.
In 2020 New York Comic Con, Writer-Director Josh Boone (New mutants) Introducing the first great trailer of the CBS All Access event series, which introduces unfamiliar audiences to the dangers of humanity and two combat forces: 108-year-old mother Abagail (Hopi Goldberg) and other world villain Randall Flag (Alexander Scorskard) sister The Dark Man.
Book fans should rejoice in the cast: James Marston as Redman, Odessa Young with Frankie Goldsmith, Joan Adebo as Larry Underwood, Amber Heart Nadine Cross, Owen Deek as Harold Lauder, Henry Zhaga as Nick Andros, Brad William Henkay as, Brad William Henkay, Nat Wolfe as Henreid, Ian Bailey as Weiss, Heather Graham as Rita Blakemoor, Katherine McNamara as Julie Larry, Natalie Martinez as Dana Jurkens, Dim Jimish Linklatter as Ellis, and Cop as Gonzalez as Cope.
This is a great story.
The nine-episode series airs on December 17 on CBS All Access. New episodes appear every Thursday.
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