AMC is responsible for two of the best shows on television (and The Walking Dead is pretty good, too), so when there’s an announcement the cable network formerly known as American Movies Classics is producing a web series, I get excited.
Jeff Sneider at Variety reports every one’s favorite Bluth patriarch, Jeffrey Tambor and the guy who just wants to dance, Adam Goldberg have finished production on AMC’s latest original web showThe Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks.
The 44-minute black-and-white program “follows a successful theater director (Goldberg) staging an elaborate play that mirrors his own life.” Tambor plays the theater director’s therapist. Peter Glanz takes on the role of writer and director for the series. There’s no word yet on an expected release date.
This is AMC’s first foray into the web series fray in recent memory. SNL’s best female cheerleader, Cheri Oteri starred in the original online show Liza Life Coach, in which she played a tragically terrible life coach who could use some coaching of her own.