Black Monday, the satirical series starring Marvel actor Don Cheadle, is all about the year before the infamous global stock market crash in 1987. It would be terrible, then, if the show were to end before it got to the actual event the show is named after.
Thankfully, that is not the case this time, as the series has been given a third run over at Showtime.
As reported by TVLine, the new season will feature another batch of 10 episodes, and will air at some point in 2021.
Alongside War Machine actor Cheadle, Black Monday stars Scary Movie's Brenda, Regina Hall, and Happy Endings' Casey Wilson, former Saturday Night Live cast member Horatio Sanz, Veronica Mars' Ken Marino,Veep's Paul Scheer and former Yu-Gi-Oh! voice actor-turned-Boys in the Band star Andrew Rannells.
Interestingly, both Cheadle and Scheer will be starring in the long-awaited sequel to Space Jam, and the latter revealed that the Marvel star could be playing for the other team this time around, by taking on the role of a villain.
Cheadle will also be appearing in a Steven Soderbergh heist movie alongside some famous Star Wars and Stranger Things stars.
Black Monday airs on Showtime in the US, with Sky Atlantic and NOW TV showing it in the UK.
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