Black Monday is American Comedy TV series. Created by Jordan Cahan. It debuted on Jan 20, 2019, on Showtime. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *.
Black Monday Number Of Seasons: 2 (10 episodes)
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Season premieres on January 20, 2019
Finale: March 31, 2019
Showtime, 10 episodes
Black Monday is on Showtime (United States) Sundays at 10 pm
Season 1 Episode 10 () - Air Date: Mar 31, 2019 (4 months ago)
Don Cheadle is Coming Back to Showtime With the Wall Street Comedy 'Black Monday' - /FILM - per Slashfilm
Along the lines of the Oscar-nominated The Big Short, Black Monday will take a darkly comic approach to a serious financial disaster, following a group of outsiders who take on the old-boys club of Wall Streeet and accidentally end up crashing the world’s largest financial system. The show includes all of that and more — includng a “Lamborghini limousine, Don Henley’s birthday party and the glass ceiling.”
Trailers of the Week: 'Black Monday,' 'Miss Bala,' 'Destroyer' - by Rollingstoneindia
This week, we got some good looks at some 2019 releases, including the English-language remake of the Mexican thriller Miss Bala and a new Don Cheadle Wall-Street-gone-wild series for Showtime; plus a peek at Nicole Kidman scuzzing herself up for the cop-on-the-edge thriller Destroyer. Ladies and gentlemen, you best-trailers-of-the-week round-up.
TV Roundup: Showtime Comedy 'Black Monday' Adds Melissa Rauch, Bruce Dern - via Variety
In today’s TV News Roundup, the upcoming Showtime series “Black Monday” rounds out its cast, as does the Epix series “Pennyworth” FIRST LOOKS The Season 2 premiere of hit podcast “What Really Happened?” just dropped, along with a teaser for episode 5. The series follows documentarian Andrew Jenks as he explores the mysterious truths and unanswered […]
Black Monday Looks Like The Wolf of Wall Street Except With Characters You Can Actually Root For - per Slate
The teaser trailer reveals Don Cheadle brandishing lots of coke, Regina Hall looking badass, and Andrew Rannells managing to appear conniving and shocked at the same time, all set to the heart-thumping “Freeee” from Kids See Ghosts. And in a declaration that it’s no longer too soon to laugh about the 1987 catastrophe, the 10-episode series will be a comedy directed by Seth Rogen along with his usual creative partner Evan Goldberg.