Black Monday (2019– )
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Wide-eyed Blair is thrust into the insane world of '80s Wall Street. Mo enacts his master plan to take over the Georgina Jeans Company. Series Premiere.

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Jordan Cahan (created by), David Caspe (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Don Cheadle ... Mo Monroe
Andrew Rannells ... Blair Pfaff
Paul Scheer ... Keith Shankar
Regina Hall ... Dawn Towner
Casey Wilson ... Tiff Georgina
Ken Marino ... Larry / Lenny Lehman
Yassir Lester ... Yassir X
Kurt Braunohler ... Ty Daverman
Kadeem Hardison ... Spencer
Eugene Cordero ... Ronnie
Phil Reeves ... Mr. Georgina
Julie Hagerty ... Mrs. Georgina
Michael James Scott ... Chad
Chasty Ballesteros ... Beautiful Woman
Corey Allen Kotler ... Obnoxious Guy #1
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Wide-eyed Blair is thrust into the insane world of '80s Wall Street. Mo enacts his master plan to take over the Georgina Jeans Company. Series Premiere.

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20 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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USA

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Mo orders food and asks for Crystal Pepsi. Crystal Pepsi wasn't introduced until 1992 and the show takes place in 1986. See more »

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Not Worth the Time
21 January 2019 | by michaeljcummingsSee all my reviews

Nothing works on the "Black Monday" pilot - which is all I have watched thus far. Perhaps it will improve but right now it seems like a good example of the bottomless pit of content necessary to feed the beast. Almost anything gets picked up today and if has a pedigree - like 'Black Monday" with Seth Rogan producing and a quality cast - it's almost guaranteed a second season. But "Black Monday" is mostly not funny, boring, has low production values, overdoes it with the pop culture references - completely missing any snap, crackle, and pop - and derivative of so much...from "The Wolf of Wall Street" to "Pose" (late '80s setting). Cheadle, King, and Rannells have no rapport with each other its torture to watch them in scenes with each other. It is nice to see Julie Hagerty - although she had more to do on a 30 second gap ad 5 years ago than on the pilot. I hope this gets better.


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