Here and Now Trailer: Alan Ball Is Giving HBO Its Own, Very Emotional This Is Us
What if This Is Us had Holly Hunter, 50 percent more drama, the ability to swear a lot more, and also magical realism? That seems to be the premise of HBO’s new family series Here and Now, written by Six Feet Under and True Blood’s Alan Ball and starring Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter as the Portland-based parents of several adopted children and one biological child, all of whom are consumed by great angst. The trailer even includes a Significant Moment With a Deer, so you know it’s going for some Serious TV Drama. Here and Now premieres there on HBO and then on February 11.
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