This spring, Bob Odenkirk will find himself facing a different kind of danger on the same old network: a midlife crisis.
people who have played better call saulResourceful Troubled Lawyer to Be Next Anchor Lucky Hank, an AMC comedy-drama based on Richard Russo’s 1997 novel of the same name. The show, which premiered March 19, chronicles the struggles of William Henry “Hank” Devereaux (Odenkirk), Jr., the anarchist chair of the English department at a failing college in Pennsylvania.In the first trailer released earlier this month, show narrator Hank noted how he “focused on[d] In minor conflicts and insignificant irritations. “The new trailer, which you can see first here (above), shows how those around him respond to this energy. (To sum it up with a one-word acronym, it’s GTFO.) “I” I Always been a difficult person, a fact that was easily confirmed by those around me,” Hank explained, as one person after another in his life let him down. (including by office stars Oscar Nunez, who guest stars. )
“Tenure doesn’t mean you can’t get punched in the face,” reminds his wife, Mirielle Enos, a preview of which you can see him painfully, literally, in the last scene where the notebook touches his nose piece.
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Odenkirk told EW last summer that he was drawn to the tone of the comics Lucky Hank (Originally titled straight man) and he has something to do with his “world-weary” personality. “He’s a grumpy guy, but you like him,” the actor explained. “[It’s like] You were in for a really fun show – like parks and recreation – You say, ‘Let’s slow down and get to know these people and make their inner struggles more of a subject.It’s really the perfect combination of comedy and the kind of drama we’re already doing better call saul It’s becoming more and more common in streaming shows, and I think it’s going to be neat. “
Lucky HankAlso airing on AMC+, the cast includes Olivia Scott Welch, Suzanne Claire, Diedrich Bader, Sara Amini and Cedric Yarborough, Guest stars include Kyle MacLachlan, Tom Ball and Chris Diamantopoulos.
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