Black Monday

Outstanding Comedy Series

 

In the aftermath of the largest stock market crash in history, Dawn and Blair are now the bosses at The Jammer Group, and they quickly learn to be constantly looking over their shoulders for Mo, who’s on the run with Keith.

For Your Consideration

Outstanding Comedy Series

Executive Producers: Jordan Cahan, David Caspe, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Don Cheadle
Co-Executive Producers: Daniel Libman, Matthew Libman
Produced by: Ken Topolsky
Supervising Producer: Yassir Lester, Morenike Balogun
Producer: Andrew Rannells, Regina Hall
Co-Producer: Frank Sackett, Bridger Winegar, Dipika Guha

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

Payman Benz

Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series

Telsey + Company

Josh Einsohn, CSA, Casting Director

Outstanding Cinematography

Carl Herse, Director of Photography

Outstanding Contemporary Costumes

Melissa Bruning, Costume Designer

Outstanding Contemporary Hairstyling

Outstanding Contemporary Makeup

Outstanding Production Design

Alec Contestabile, Production Designer

Matthew Jacobs, Art Director

Kaitlynn Wood, Set Decorator

Outstanding Editing

Ali Greer, Editor

Outstanding Sound Editing

Outstanding Sound Mixing

Outstanding Writing

Written by Daniel Libman & Matthew Libman

Created by Jordan Cahan & David Caspe

Accolades

“Very funny… if you like your comedies dynamic and clever, this is for you.”

– The New York Times

“this is my favorite show on television right now”

– Fast Company

“Wacky Comedy You Need to Get Through These Dark Days… Bottom line: it’s a lot of fun”

– TV Guide

“… the show’s writing is brilliant…”

– MEAWW

“…the same fun, rapid-fire velocity as the first season”

– Indiewire

Cast

Don Cheadle

as Mo Monroe

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Regina Hall

as Dawn Towner

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

Andrew Rannells

as Blair Pfaff

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Paul Scheer

as Keith Shankar

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Casey Wilson

as Tiff Georgina

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

Yassir Lester

as Yassir X

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Ken Marino

as Larry/Lenny Lehman

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Horatio Sanz

as Wayne

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Episodes

S2 E1 | “Mixie-Dixie”

After the fallout from Black Monday, Dawn and Blair pursue a new deal from different directions while Mo runs from his past. Season premiere

S2 E2 | “So Antoine”

Mo has an unexpected guest. Blair and Tiff go looking for a new home. 

S2 E3 | “Idiot Inside”

Mo tries to extricate Keith from a difficult situation. 

S2 E4 | “Fore!”

Blair’s new political connection puts Dawn in a compromising position. Yassir and Wayne attempt to solve an office mystery.

S2 E5 | “Violent Crooks and Cooks of Books”

Blair and Dawn take to the skies to pursue a new investor. Mo and Keith struggle with relocation.

S2 E6 | “Arthur Ponzarelli”

Mo has an unexpected guest. Blair and Tiff go looking for a new home.

S2 E7 | “Who Are You Supposed to Be?”

At TBD’s Halloween party, Blair tries to make the trade of a lifetime, Mo and Dawn argue over an opportunity, Tiff and Corkie loosen up, and Keith phones a friend.

S2 E8 | “Lucky Shoes”

On election night, Blair makes a risky proposition while Mo and Dawn go on a double date. Keith makes a startling discovery.

S2 E9 | “At That Time”

Blair is forced to revisit his past while Mo, Keith and Dawn try to make amends.

S2 E10 | “I Don’t Like Mondays”

A plan comes together.