Showtime will certainly be dramatizing among the vital standoffs of Donald Trump’s presidency … after Election Day.
The two-night, four-hour miniseries The Comey Rule — starring Emmy champion Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) as former FBI director James Comey– will certainly broadcast on Showtime in “late November,” the network introduced on Tuesday. (The 2020 governmental election, with President Trump competing a second term, is slated for November 3.) The series was initially announced last year as a CBS Studios production, but didn’t have a network residence previously.
Based upon Comey’s bestselling narrative A Higher Loyalty, The Comey Rule takes us behind the scenes of Comey’s stormy connection with President Trump, played by Brendan Gleeson (Mr. Mercedes). The limited series “is not a biopic of one male, yet is rather the tale of 2 effective numbers, Comey and Trump, whose noticeably various individualities, loyalties and values put them on a collision course,” per the main summary.
The actors also consists of Holly Hunter as previous attorney general Sally Yates, House of Cards‘ Michael Kelly as former FBI supervisor Andrew McCabe as well as Halt and Catch Fire‘s Scoot McNairy as previous replacement chief law officer Rod Rosenstein. Billy Ray (Captain Phillips) composed and also guided the series and serves as an exec manufacturer.
Showtime likewise launched a pair of first-look photos from The Comey Rule, including Daniels as Comey as well as Gleeson as Trump, seen just in shape. Get a better look listed below:
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