"Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street" (2 Seasons)
"The New Yorker Presents" (1 Season)
"Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse" (1 Season)
Based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s last book “The Last Tycoon” published posthumously, the show takes place in 1936 Hollywood. Widower and film producer Monroe Stahr (Matt Bomer), loosely based on the famous producer Irving Thalberg, battles his boss Pat Brady (Kelsey Grammer).
The series also stars Lily Collins, Dominique McElligott, Enzo Clienti, Koen De Bouw, Mark O’Brien, Rosemarie DeWitt.
The series was canceled only a few weeks after it premiered its first season. It also followed the cancellation of “Z: The Beginning of Everything” just two days before. The recent spate of ruthless cancellations reflects a sea change at Amazon towards programming with global appeal.
Based on “Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald” by Therese Anne Fowler, the series presents a fictionalized version of the life of American socialite and writer Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (Christina Ricci) in the 1920s. The first (and only) season covers her marriage to the author F. Scott Fitzgerald – who had yet to become famous for his work – and the subsequent marital tensions that arose from their lifestyle full of partying and alcohol.
The period drama is inspired by the 60-odd women filed a class action sexual discrimination lawsuit against Newsweek in 1970. To protect the privacy of the real people in the case, the Amazon series fictionalized the story of that landmark case and created original characters to work at the news magazine “News of the Week.”
The stellar cast includes Anna Camp, Genevieve Angelson, Erin Darke, Hunter Parrish, Chris Diamantopoulos, Joy Bryant, Jim Belushi, and Grace Gummer.
Pernell Harris (Ron Perlman) is a corrupt judge who suffers a breakdown and believes God is compelling him to pursue a path of vigilante justice. He becomes a Born-Again Christian and joins an evangelical church, Hand of God.
The series also stars Dana Delany, Andre Royo, Garret Dillahunt, Alona Tal, Amayatzy Corinealdi, Julian Morris and Elizabeth McLaughlin.
A bunch of pals get into trouble when they accept an invitation to hang out at sweet Belize home of their rich friend Milo (Billy Zane), who has attained his wealthy through underworld connections. Among the group are embittered teacher Joel (Ben Chaplin), ex-musician Lex (Michael Imperioli), family man Gus (Romany Malco), and goofy Cobi (Steve Zahn).
Other co-stars include Allison Tolman, Sutton Foster, Coby Bell, Ted Levine, Maria Botto, Rachael Holmes, and Mark Povinelli.
“Betas” starred Joe Dinicol and Karan Soni as Silicon Valley ”dating app” developers Trey and Nash, respectively, who are looking for an investor. The series also starred Jon Daly, Charlie Saxton, Maya Erskine, Daivik Dave, Ed Begley, Jr., Madeline Zima, Tyson Ritter, Breeda Wool, Mark L. Young, Margo Harshman, and Diana Burbano.
Created by “Doonesbury’s” Garry Trudeau, the show stars John Goodman, Clark Johnson, Matt Malloy and Mark Consuelos as four Republican U.S. Senators who share a house in Washington, D.C. It’s inspired by actual Democratic legislators – Senator Dick Durbin, Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative George Miller – who share a row house in D.C. Schumer even made a cameo as himself on the show.
The Woody Allen comedy takes place in the 1960s during turbulent times in the United States when a middle class suburban family is visited by a guest who turns their household completely upside down.”
Allen himself stars alongside Miley Cyrus and Elaine May. The cast also includes Rachel Brosnahan,John Magaro, Michael Rapaport, Margaret Ladd, David Harbour, Joy Behar, Christine Ebersole, Becky Ann Baker, Lewis Black, and Rebecca Schull.
Anne Sagan (Addison Holley) is an 11-year-old genius who created three androids and has adventures with her friends. The show’s aim is to educate children about STEM – science, technology, engineering, and math.
Teenager Gortimer Gibbon (Sloane Morgan Siegel) and his two best friends, Mel (Ashley Boettcher) and Ranger (Drew Justice), as they navigate Normal Street, a seemingly ordinary suburb with hints of something magical just below the surface.
A compilation of documentaries, poems, comedy pieces, animation and cartoons from the magazine “The New Yorker” developed into 30-minute episodes.
The Emmy- and James Beard Award-nominated chef Emeril Lagasse embarks on a food-fueled global exploration. Emeril hits the road with his best friends and biggest chefs in the world to discover popular food movements and local culinary traditions. With Marcus Samuelsson in Sweden, Mario Batali in China, José Andrés in Spain, Danny Bowien in South Korea, Nancy Silverton in Italy and Aarón Sánchez in Cuba.