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Hap and Leonard

Hap and Leonard is American Drama TV series. Produced by Nightshade. Stars: James Purefoy, Michael Kenneth Williams, Tiffany Mack. It first aired on Mar 02, 2016, on Sundance TV. The series has 7.6 * rating by IMDb. Hap and Leonard is set in USA.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Hap and Leonard Is There: 3 (18 episodes)

Season 4

Sundance TV

Season 3

Season premieres on March 7, 2018

Sundance TV, 6 episodes

Season 2

Season premieres on March 15, 2017

Finale: April 19, 2017

Sundance TV, 6 episodes

Season 1

2016, Sundance TV, 6 episodes

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Hap and Leonard Time Tonight

Hap and Leonard is on Sundance TV (United States) Wednesdays at 10 pm

Last episode:

S3E6 (Monsoon Mambo) - Air Date: Apr 11, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

'Hap and Leonard' Canceled at Sundance TV - according to Hollywoodreporter

The news comes hours after parent company AMC Networks shuffled leadership at comedy-focused cabler IFC, with president Jennifer Caserta moving to become chief transformation officer of the parent company. Charlie Collier serves as president and GM of Sundance TV and AMC, the latter of which is home to scripted dramas including Better Call Saul and The Walking Dead. 

Hap and Leonard Cancelled by SundanceTV - by Denofgeek

And while we’re at it, let’s just ignore the fact that James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams, as Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, respectively, were perfectly cast as our titular heroes, breathing life into working-class characters that embodied the sort of lifelong friendship that most people can only dream about.

'Hap and Leonard' Cancelled Because We Can't Have Nice Things - according to Blackgirlnerds

It is definitely tough to watch a blonde beauty queen blast a mourning procession as a group of coordinated beasts because, to her, blackness could never be human. It must have been gut-wrenching to watch Chief “Torqued Nut” rant about bestiality in one episode and be forced to praise his bravery the next. The execs must have fallen over dead when they figured out that even the evil Klan members would have never laid a hand on the black woman who came rolling into their town causing trouble. These complexities embodied the “Hap and Leonard” experience.

Exclusive Look at the 'Hap and Leonard: Two-Bear Mambo' Season Finale - per Blackgirlnerds

Jonita Davis loves, reads, studies, and writes about comics, books, TV, culture, and more. You can usually find her in a corner somewhere, dragging a pen across paper in an effort to make sense of the world.

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