Uncoupled: First Trailer
Summary: The first trailer for Uncoupled, a comedy that follows a pair of divorced artists, looks promising. The cast is full of high-profile names, including Tisha Campbell, Neil Patrick Harris, Marcia Gay Harden, Jeffrey Richman, and Tuc Watkins.
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Fans of the Neil Patrick Harris TV series Uncoupled are going to want to see this upcoming comedy on Netflix. It stars Harris as an elite real estate broker named Michael. The show follows Michael as he experiences the stages of grief after the death of his wife. This Netflix original will make viewers laugh and cry. You will want to watch the series when it comes out on July 29th. But when will it be on Netflix?
A lot of people are excited about this new Netflix comedy because the cast has some of the most talented actors working in Hollywood today. Neil Patrick Harris is no exception. He's also a magician, and he plays a character who was married to his ex-wife for 17 years. Harris credits his impostor syndrome and busy brain for helping him get into the acting game. In the show, Harris makes it look effortless, and it's definitely worth watching.
In addition to his Netflix role, Harris also created a new comedy series with Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman. The two sitcom writers are familiar with Harris' talent and are developing the show together. Harris will also executive produce the show, along with his previous projects including Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Younger, and Emily in Paris. In the meantime, he'll continue to appear in other Netflix series, including Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, The CW's The Good Place, and the highly anticipated comedy, The Blacklist.
While Harris has become a popular face on Netflix, he's also been struggling to establish a brand name for himself. Despite being a mainstream figure, his character is relatable to people of all walks of life. Harris has improved his performance from his pilot. The Netflix original series will be a hit this year. However, if the ratings are anything to go by, he'll be back to his old self in no time.
The official trailer for Uncoupled has been released by Netflix. The comedy series stars Neil Patrick Harris and Tisha Campbell as newly single businessmen. When his husband suddenly leaves him, he thinks he has the perfect life. But the reality is anything but perfect. The series premieres on July 29 on Netflix. Check out the trailer below. To learn more about the show, visit the official Uncoupled Netflix page.
In addition to Campbell, Andre De Shields and Colin Hanlon co-star in the series. The cast also includes Peter Porte, Nic Rouleau and Jai Rodriguez. Uncoupled will be premiering on Netflix on July 29 at 12:00 a.m. PT and 3:00 a.m. ET. Stream it on Netflix and you'll be able to catch it right away!
After her breakthrough role in Miller's Crossing, Marcia Gay Harden has been busy since. The actress won an Oscar for her portrayal of Pollock in the movie. She has since gone on to appear in several other films and television shows, including the Coen brothers' Miller's Crossing and Sinatra. She also played the part of Aunt Ava Gardner in the Sinatra miniseries.
The eight-part comedy-drama Uncoupled stars Neil Patrick Harris, Marcia Gay Harden, Brooks Ashmanskas, and Tisha Campbell. The show is created by Jeffrey Richman and Darren Star. It is based on real-life stories and follows a couple after their marriage ends in divorce. Featuring Neil Patrick Harris as the leading man, the show also features Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, and Marcia Gay Harden. It also has guest stars such as Andre De Shields, Byron Jennings, and Colin Hanlon.
Despite the split, Harden is still starring in various projects, including a drama series for Netflix. Her most recent appearance was in the CBS drama Code Black. She also starred in The Education of Max Bickford. The two actors were previously married but divorced after the first season. Harden and Astin remain friends. Harden also appeared in The Dead Girl and Unbreakable Kimmy, which won Harden a Tony Award in 2009.
Among other notable actors, Marcia Gay Harden and Tisha Campbell are joining the cast of Uncoupled, a comedy-drama that is produced by Jeffrey Richman and Darren Star. The series is set to premiere on Netflix on July 29th, 2022. You can watch the trailer above to learn more about the show and its cast. In addition to Harden, other cast members include Andre De Shields, Tisha Campbell, Brook Ashmanskas, and Peter Porte.
Neil Patrick Harris stars in the new comedy Uncoupled, a new eight-part Netflix series created by Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman. This romantic comedy follows Harris as he navigates the world as a newly single gay man in his mid-forties. The series stars Neil Patrick Harris as Michael, and also features Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Marcia Gay Harden, and Byron Jennings.
The series is executive produced by Jefferies, the man who created Modern Family and Frasier. The two shows shared four Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy awards and one for Frasier. The creators of the show have said that they're excited to create a diverse, human character, free of stereotypes and other barriers. They hope that the new series will appeal to a broad audience. And while the network doesn't have many original comedies starring gay men, it's always nice to see some original projects from people who are openly gay or bisexual.
Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman have created a new dramedy that will hit Netflix on July 29. This new series follows a forty-something real estate agent Michael Lawson after his wife dumps him at a birthday party. Michael must now navigate the dating scene in New York City, with the support of his best friends and his newly divorced client. While he's struggling to find love, he gets support from his new best friend, Brooks Ashmanskas.