HBO's Room 104 — Teaser Trailer

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added: Mon, Jun 5th '17

Following their critically-acclaimed, short-lived dramedy series "Togetherness," Mark and Jay Duplass are once again teaming up with HBO for a new show that appears to be tipping over into the dark side of their comedy.

"Room 104" is a 12-part dark comedy series that tells 12 different, wild stories, all set in an ordinary motel room and featuring an assortment of oddball characters.

Among the actors appearing on the HBO series include James Van Der Beek, Philip Baker Hall, Mae Whitman, Nat Wolff, Amy Landecker, Karan Soni, Orlando Jones, Konstantin Lavysh, Davie-Blue, Melonie Diaz, and Jay Duplass -- just to name a few.

And though the Duplass Brothers are serving as executive producers on the entire series, each 12 episodes will, however, be written and directed by 12 different filmmaking teams.

Among the directors for the series include Sarah Adina Smith (Buster's Mal Heart), Patrick Brice (The Overnight), Chad Hartigan (Morris from America), Ross Partridge (Lamb), So Yong Kim (For Ellen), Megan Griffiths (Lucky Them), and Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck (Mississippi Grind and the upcoming Captain Marvel).

"Room 104" is set to premiere Friday, July 28th. HBO has recently released a teaser trailer, watch it above.

synopsis:
Set in a single room of an average American motel, Room 104 tells a different story of the assorted characters who pass through it in each episode.

 

directed by   Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck, Patrick Brice, Marta Cunningham, Doug Emmett, Megan Griffiths, Dayna Hanson, Chad Hartigan, Ross Partridge, Sarah Adina Smith and So Yong Kim

starring   Hugo Armstrong, Davie-Blue, Melonie Diaz, Jay Duplass, Veronica Falcon, Adam Foster, Ellen Geer, Keir Gilchrist, Philip Baker Hall, Sarah Hay, Poorna Jagannathan, Orlando Jones, Ethan & Gavin Kent, Amy Landecker, Konstantin Lavysh, Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris, Keta Meggett, Natalie Morgan, Ross Partridge, Karan Soni, Dendrie Taylor, Tony Todd, Will Tranfo, James Van Der Beek, Mae Whitman and Nat Wolff.

release date   July 28, 2017 (on HBO)

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