Black Monday‘s inventory is on the rise: Showtime has renewed the 1980s Wall Avenue comedy for a second season, TVLine has discovered.
Don Cheadle stars as inventory dealer Maurice “Mo” Monroe, who runs an upstart Wall Avenue agency stuffed with foul-mouthed underdogs that performs a key position within the notorious inventory market crash of 1987. Regina Corridor co-stars as Cheadle’s fellow dealer Daybreak, and Andrew Rannells performs newcomer Blair, who will get pulled into the agency’s frat-house ambiance. Paul Scheer, Horatio Sanz, Yassir Lester, Casey Wilson and Ken Marino fill out the supporting solid. David Caspe (Joyful Endings) and Jordan Cahan are the co-creators and showrunners.
“Black Monday mines massive comedy from the greed, the type, the music, and the surplus of the ’80s, nevertheless it’s additionally sneaky good in its social commentary about that period — and not directly, our present period as effectively,” Showtime leisure president Gary Levine mentioned in an announcement. “We will’t wait to see what impressed depravity David and Jordan will prepare dinner up in Season 2.”
Debuting in January, Black Monday wrapped up its 10-episode freshman season final month. Season 2 is slated to premiere in 2020.
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