AMC has released the first official look at both Bob Odenkirk's first post-Better Call Saul TV series and Krysten Ritter's Orphan Black spin-off.
Straight Man, a comedy drama based on the novel of the same name by Richard Russo sees Odenkirk play William Henry Devereaux Jr., the unlikely chairman of the English department in a badly underfunded college in the Pennsylvania rust belt.
Aaron Zelman (Criminal Minds, Damages) and Paul Lieberstein (The Office) serve as showrunners. "I have loved the mix of comedy and drama in Better Call Saul," Odenkirk previously said. "And this is another story with a unique dynamic, and the kind of closely observed character writing and exploration that AMC has become the touchstone for.
It’s going to be fun to play and watch." 2013's Orphan Black starred She-Hulk's Tatiana Maslany as a British con artist who discovers not only that she's a clone, but that she and her "sister" clones, who were created as part of an illegal human cloning experiment, are being hunted down.Read more on gamesradar.com