The Dangerous Book for Boys
Created by Bryan Cranston. Produced by Amazon Studios. Stars: Chris Diamantopoulos, Gabriel Bateman, Drew Powell. Also known as The Dangerous Book for Boys - Das einzig wahre Handbuch für Väter und ihre Söhne in Germany. It premiered on Mar 30, 2018, on Amazon Prime. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.1 *. The Dangerous Book for Boys is set in USA.
How Many Seasons Of The Dangerous Book for Boys Are There: 1 (6 episodes)
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Season premieres on March 30, 2018
Amazon Prime, 6 episodes
The Dangerous Book for Boys is on Amazon Prime (USA) Fridays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 1 (How to Walk on the Moon) - Air Date: Mar 30, 2018 (about a year ago)
Dangerous Book for Boys: Amazon setzt Cranston-Produktion ab - by Serienjunkies
Vor allem für den Jüngsten der drei, Wyatt (Gabriel Bateman), beginnt durch das Buch eine fantasievolle Reise, die ihn zumindest in Gedanken mit seinem Vater wiedervereint. Dabei lernt er Fähigkeiten, die ihm in seinem echten Leben weiterhelfen. Weitere Hauptrollen spielen Swoosie Kurtz, Drew Powell, Kyan Zielinski und Athan Sporek.
The Dangerous Book for Boys - by Serialfreaks
Wyatt, Dash e Liam McKenna sono tre fratelli che devono affrontare la morte del padre, Patrick. L’uomo ha pensato ai suoi figli prima di dover dire loro addio, ideando un libro intitolato The Dangerous Book for Boys in cui ha raccolto idee, riflessioni, messaggi, progetti e racconti in grado di stimolare l’immaginazione dei tre fratelli.
'The Dangerous Book for Boys' Cast Talks Balancing Comedy and Tragedy at Paley Center - via Variety
“You can’t sit in the tragedy of it. That’s for drama,” she said. “You can’t just overly do the comedy of it, because then what are you doing in this show about loss? It doesn’t make any sense. I think we walked the line well, where you stood a little bit in each thing, like life.”
TV picks for March 30-April 1: 'New Wave: Dare to Be Different,' 'The Dangerous Book for Boys,' 'Jesus Christ Superstar ... - via Startribune
Diehard fans of Benedict Cumberbatch may have a hard time watching their idol slip on his mopey cape in “The Child in Time,” a “Masterpiece” production about a couple struggling to reconnect after their daughter disappears. But watching the Oscar nominee grieve opposite Emmy winner Kelly Macdonald is a study in great, subtle acting, even when the plot gets as mystical as anything in Doctor Strange’s arsenal.