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Much of the original cast returns in some capacity, including Enrico Colantoni, Ryan Hansen, Jason Dohring, Francis Capra, Percy Daggs, Max Greenfield, and Ken Marino, while new faces include Patton Oswalt, J. Simmons, Dawnn Lewis, Mary Mc Donnell, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste.
Snapped up by Netflix at Sundance in January, this occasionally funny and often insightful documentary from a pair of veteran filmmakers (Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar, who shared a directing award at the festival) examines the escalating clash of cultures and the changing nature of labor within an auto-glass factory in Dayton, Ohio that is populated by American workers but owned and managed by a major Chinese company.
A co-production with the UK's Channel 4, this six-episode comedy series comes from comedian Aisling Bea, who stars (as an English as a foreign language teacher who is recovering from a nervous breakdown) alongside Sharon Horgan, Tobias Menzies, Indira Varma, and Aasif Mandvi.
Originally ordered to series by You Tube but acquired by Showtime in June, this one-hour dark comedy series set in early-1990s Orlando stars Kirsten Dunst as a waterpark employee who seeks greater fortune through a multi-level marketing scheme.
Mel Rodriguez, Beth Ditto, Théodore Pellerin, and Ted Levine also star.