Here and Now
Here and Now is American Drama TV series. Produced by Your Face Goes Here Entertainment. Stars: Tim Robbins, Holly Hunter, Daniel Zovatto. It debuted on Feb 11, 2018, on HBO. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.8 *. Here and Now is set in USA.
How Many Seasons Are There Of Here and Now: 1 (10 episodes)
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Season premieres on February 11, 2018
Finale: April 15, 2018
HBO, 10 episodes
Here and Now is on HBO (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 10 (It's Here) - Air Date: Apr 15, 2018 (about a year ago)
TV Shows on Disc: Here and Now, SEAL Team & Blue Bloods - via Thespec
While the family members care for each other, are intelligent and well off materially, they are not particularly happy and they all have issues they are dealing with. A major issue affecting the entire family is Ramon starting to see things that others cannot see. This 10-episode series (almost 9.5 hours) covers many important issues such as mental illness and race. The first episode was good and the show got better with each episode. Unfortunately the series was cancelled after the first season. Here and Now deserved a longer run as the cast is good (I enjoyed all of the performances but especially those of Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter) and the storylines made you think and were entertaining.
Alan Ball's Drama 'Here and Now' Canceled By HBO After One Season - via Deadline
Here and Now was described as a provocative and darkly comic meditation on the disparate forces polarizing present-day American culture, as experienced by the members of a progressive multi-ethnic family – a philosophy professor and his wife, their adopted children from Vietnam, Liberia and Colombia, and their sole biological child – and a contemporary Muslim family, headed by a psychiatrist who is treating one of their children.
Report: HBO's Portland-set 'Here and Now' canceled - according to Oregonlive
The cast delivered strong performances, including Robbins and Hunter, along with Jerrika Hinton, Raymond Lee, Daniel Zovatto and Sosie Bacon as the Bayer-Boatwright children. Peter Macdissi, who was also an executive producer, played Farid, a therapist struggling with his Muslim upbringing and traumatic memories.
'Here and Now' Season 1 Finale: Baby's on Fire - according to Nytimes
Alas, despite bearing the title “It’s Here,” Ball’s script for Sunday’s season finale neglected to fill in either blank. Instead, the episode raised the question of whether even the mastermind behind this social drama knows where it’s heading.