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You’re never going to guess who’s on the case in Monday’s episode of Angie Tribeca. What’s that, you say? Heather Graham?
The absurd adventures of Angie Tribeca will soon resume: TBS announced on Thursday that the police procedural parody starring Rashida Jones will kick off its second season on June 6.
Season 2 will feature the return of James Franco and Alfred Molina, along with a slew of familiar faces such as Maya Rudolph, Heather Graham, Joe Jonas, Danny Pudi, Mary McCormack, Noah Wyle, Eriq La Salle, Busy Philipps, Rhys Darby, Ed Begley Jr., Joe Jonas, and Kevin Pollak.
Rashida Jones has been everywhere this week, thanks to Angie Tribeca.
In case you missed TBS’s 25-hour Angie Tribeca binge-a-thon Sunday — or want to relive the fun of Steve and Nancy Carell’s quirky cop procedural — you’re in luck. EW, in partnership with Turner, has the Best of the Binge recap, which features everything from Carol Burnett praising Rashida Jones to an endorsement from Conan O’Brien.
If you were living in the age of peak TV (which you are) and you were going to launch an absurd comedy about detectives trying to solve ventriloquist murders and bust up illicit ferret rings (which you’re not, because you have neither creative vision nor television distribution means) you might think to try something a little unconventional.
It’s finally here: All 10 episodes of Angie Tribeca’s first season, ready for your consumption. But that’s a whole lot of TV for just one person — so to help keep you company as you work through TBS’ 25-hour marathon, we’ve put together an episode-by-episode breakdown of the first season (which we’ll be updating as the episodes air). The page numbers correspond to the episode number so you can read along, without spoilers, as you watch.
EPISODE 1: “PILOT”
The 25-hour Angie Tribeca premiere binge-a-thon is taking show debuts to another level, and EW will be live-tweeting the event in partnership with Turner.
Rashida Jones has gone from playing nurse to playing cops and robbers. The Parks and Recreation alum returns to weekly TV as a hard-edged detective in Angie Tribeca, a TBS police-procedural parody created by Steve and Nancy Carell. EW pulled Jones over for a routine traffic stop — and to interrogate her about her new adventure into absurdity.
Welcome to This Week in TV, a new weekly feature in which we spotlight the series debuting or returning to air. Set your DVRs and alarms: Below are the highlights for the next seven days.Monday, January 11
SPECIALSThe Marijuana Revolution (History, 9 p.m.) The drug has had a tumultuous relationship with the U.S., but History is looking past the haze by investigating the new marijuana industry as the drug continues to enter legal markets across the country.
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