Hiding in plain sight in the Netflix catalog, all 10 episodes of the original — same spelling and everything — is available to stream right now. Starring and co-created by Espen Pa Lervaag, it’s a comedy more absurd in theory than in practice. While staying at a mental facility, Espen
In her first public appearance since announcing her split from actor Justin Theroux in February, the 49-year-old actress donned jeans and a We Day t-shirt under a blaze blazer. The jacket’s sleeves were rolled up to accommodate her brace, which she also wore to Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk’s engagement party in Los Angeles.
An observer tells People that Aniston happily greeted fans and signed autographs as she made her way down in the carpet at The Forum in Inglewood.
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Netflix is being incredibly tight-lipped about most of the show’s details, but IndieWire has gathered all the existing information about “Maniac” and brought it all together for a primer on the black comedy. Listed below are the 7 most important facts you need to know about “Maniac.”
Original Source Material
“Maniac” is adapted from the 2014 Norwegian half-hour comedy series of the same name. The show was created by Hakon Bast Mossige and actor Espen Lervaag, who also starred in the lead role. The show was told from the perspective of two back-and-forth narratives, one dealing with a patient in a mental asylum and another set in the patient’s internal fantasy world.
The celeb-packed show (guest stars included Justin Theroux, Christopher Meloni, Stephen Colbert and Jane Krakowski) wrapped its well-received first season back in December.
Maniac was written by The Leftovers' Patrick Somerville and based on a 2014 Norwegian series of the same name, which follows the fantasies a man in a psychiatric ward creates to escape his reality. An official release date has yet to be announced by Netflix, but we'd bet it'll be hitting the
The 10-episode comedy, adapted from a Norwegian series of the same name, stars the onetime Superbad castmates as “two strangers who find themselves caught up in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial gone awry,” according to the official logline. Sally Field (Brothers and Sisters), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers), Jemima Kirke (Girls), Julia Garner (The Americans) and Sonoya Mizuno (Ex Machina) co-star.
Patrick Somerville (The Leftovers) wrote all 10 episodes,
Maniac is the story of two strangers who find themselves caught up in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial gone awry.
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“Maniac” is based on a 2014 Norwegian series and centers around a psychiatric experiment where patients can live inside their own dreams and fantasies. The 10-episode Netflix series is directed entirely by Fukunaga and written by novelist Patrick Somerville. Supporting characters are played by Justin Theroux, Julia Garner, Sonoya Mizuno, Jemima Kirke, and Sally Field.
The project is Fukunaga’s first directorial effort since his Netflix original film “Beasts of No Nation.” The filmmaker is most
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