Fresh off another bender and in need of a steady cash flow, Harvey Birdman (Hubel) reaches out to Moltar (Aukerman) to revive Space Ghost Coast to Coast while re-boots and talk shows are hot. President of HBO Programming Casey Bloys was the only executive to return Moltar’s call. He shared Birdman and Moltar’s thoughts on the nostalgia angle, and since “[John] Oliver refuses to do more than one f**king show a week” a contract was signed for a weekday talk show. Space Ghost (Hamm) retired and living in Barbados agrees on the condition that HBO pays him more than Bill Maher. Zorak (Aldon) looking for a bigger pay day himself relinquishes band leader duties for the title of head writer, while maintaining his on-camera side kick persona. HBO, going all in with the nostalgia, hires retired ThunderCat Lion-O (Thundercat) to lead the house band. Moltar reaches out to Brak (Andre) to give him an “executive producer” credit fearing he may retaliate for being left out, but how long until he finds out his title is meaningless? All the while, the scorned Black Widow (Fonda) is still in love with Space Ghost and feeling betrayed by fellow Council of Doom members Zorak and Brak. Joining forces with Metallus (McKellen) the two villains head for HBO headquarters.
Writers: Louis CK Bill Hader Seth Meyers Music - Thundercat Cast: Jon Hamm as Space Ghost Pamela Adlon as Zorak Eric Andre as Brak Scott Aukerman as Moltar Rob Huebel as Harvey Birdman, JD Jane Fonda as Black Widow Sir Ian McKellan as Metallus
Nadia (Carrie Coon), a drug addicted wanderer without meaning in her life, discovers a pair of sunglasses capable of showing the world the way it truly is. As she walks the streets of Los Angeles, Nadia notices that both the media and the government are comprised of subliminal messages meant to keep the population subdued, and that most of the social elite are skull-faced aliens bent on world domination. And now, one of them is running for President! With this shocking discovery, Nadia fights to free humanity from the mind-controlling aliens.
Director - David Cronenberg Writer - George Miller Music - John Carpenter Cast: Carrie Coon as Joanna Nada - A drifter with a troubled past who discovers that the ruling class are in fact aliens concealing their appearance and manipulating people to spend money, breed, and accept the status quo with subliminal messages in mass media. Michael K Williams as Frank Armitage - Joanna's former case worker and the closest thing she has to a friend. That bond will be tested as Armitage fears Joanna is suffering from a break from reality. Daniel Kaluuya as an activist who slowly finds himself a leader in a growing resistance. The question is how far away from his principles will he allow himself to go? Anna Kendrick as a Hollywood starlet who's just started her own production company. She's grown increasing frustrated and paranoid that forces are working against her in her quest to have an independent voice in the media Keith David as Sy Richardson - David is back but in more of a comedic role. A well known talk radio conspiracy theorist and internet punching bag, by the end of the first season he'll be stumbling backwards into several important truths. Lead Aliens: Bob Odenkirk as J. Jordon Hayes - Reviled piece shiz and front runner in the current Presidential elections. Mary McDonnell as Holly Thompson - CEO and founder of the nation's largest media company. Christoph Waltz as a Tech company CEO and alien propaganda master.