Hulu has released the trailer for the upcoming series “Death and Other Details,” which premieres on Jan. 16 with its first two episodes.
The ten-episode murder mystery stars Violett Beane, Mandy Patinkin, Lauren Patten, Rahul Kohli, Angela Zhou, Hugo Diego Garcia, Pardis Saremi and Linda Emond.
Per the series’ description: “Set amidst the glamor of the global elite, ‘Death and Other Details’ centers on the brilliant and restless Imogene Scott (Violett Beane), who finds herself in the wrong place/wrong time (okay, it was kinda her fault) and becomes the prime suspect in a locked room murder mystery. The setting? A lavishly restored Mediterranean ocean liner. Suspects? Every pampered guest and every exhausted crew member. The problem? To prove her innocence, she must partner with a man she despises—Rufus Cotesworth (Mandy Patinkin), the world’s greatest detective.”
ABC Signature produces “Death and Other Details.” Mike Weiss and Heidi Cole McAdams wrote and executive produce the series, and also serve as showrunners. Marc Webb directed the pilot and executive produces with Mark Martin for Black Lamb. David Petrarca is an additional executive producer.
Watch the trailer below.
The first group of presenters for the 75th Creative Arts Emmy Awards has been announced. The event takes place over the course of two nights, Saturday, Jan. 6 and Sunday, Jan. 7.
The lineup of presenters includes Murray Bartlett, Joel Kim Booster, Kid Cudi, Charli D’Amelio and Heidi D’Amelio, Rhys Darby, Akbar Gbajabiamila and Matt Iseman, Beatrice Grannò, Carla Gugino, Devery Jacobs, Lala Kent, Tom Sandoval, Tom Schwartz and Scheana Shay, Aja Naomi King, Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, Nick Offerman, Chris Perfetti, Lewis Pullman, J. Smith-Cameron, Stefania Spampinato, Simona Tabasco, Robin Thede and Lisa Vanderpump.
The Creative Arts Emmys will be held at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles. An edited version of the show airs on Jan. 13 on FXX at 8 p.m. ET. Bob Bain Productions produces the event.
Joel McHale will host the 51st Annual Saturn Awards on Feb. 4 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films announced.
“We are thrilled to have Joel McHale host the Saturn Awards for the second year in a row. With his remarkable talent, dry wit, and acerbic humor, he embodies the spirit of the Saturn Awards tradition as Hollywood’s entertaining and irreverent awards show. The Academy is truly fortunate to have him as the host for this momentous 51st annual celebration,” Academy president Robert Holguin and Saturn producers Bradley and Kevin Marcus said in a statement.
The Saturn Awards are presented and produced by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films in collaboration with Electric Entertainment’s ElectricNOW and honor the best in genre entertainment since 1972. This year’s show will honor actor and former Saturn Awards host Lance Reddick and filmmaker William Friedkin.
The show will also present Special Saturn Awards Honorees. For instance, Emily Blunt will present the Visionary Award to Christopher Nolan. Other special awards will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Saturn Awards will be livestreamed on Electric Entertainment’s premium OTT app and FAST channel, ElectricNOW.