“Hap and Leonard” has been canceled after three seasons, Variety has confirmed. The SundanceTV anthology series was based on the novel series of the same name written by Joe R. Lansdale, with each season based on one of the novels. It follo…
The anthology starring James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams was the cable network’s highest-rated original series.read more
The anthology starring James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams was the cable network's highest-rated original series.
After three seasons on SundanceTV, Hap and Leonard won’t be getting another kick at the East Texas can, it seems
The cancellation of the James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams led series based on Joe R. Lansdale’s nuanced and rollicking 1980s set n…
Based on Lansdale’s 1995 novel The Two-Bear Mambo, Season 3 of Hap And Leonard will return James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams to the sometimes comedic Reagan-era crime series for six episodes to debut in 2018. Also six episodes like 2016’s Season 1, Season 2 of the…
“Hap and Leonard” has been renewed for Season 3 on SundanceTV, Variety has learned. The series is based on the celebrated book series of the same name by Joe R. Lansdale, and follows best friends Hap Collins (James Purefoy), an East Texas white guy with a weakness for Southern women, and Leonard Pine (Michael Kenneth Williams), a… Read more »
The anthology starring James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams is the cabler’s highest-rated original series.read more
The anthology starring James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams is the cabler's highest-rated original series.
The newest episode, “Ticking Mojo,” will air March 22 at 10 p.m. on SundanceTV.
“For far too long, our community has been divided,” declares Brian Dennehy in this exclusive clip from the upcoming episode of “Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo.” Currently in its second season, the SundanceTV original series looks to draw parallels between its storyline and current events.
Evoking far too many memories of recent police shootings, the upcoming episode of the SundanceTV original series aims to tackle the all-too real issue as seen in this exclusive clip from the episode “Ticking Mojo.” The clip features the wealthy and powerful Sheriff Valentine Otis (Brian Dennehy) as he eulogizes a young boy in front of the African community he is supposed to protect, much to the chagrin of a mistrusting Hap (James Purefoy).
Adapted from the second book in Joe R. Landsdale’s popular “Hap and Leonard” series, the second season of SundanceTV’s highest rated original series finds Hap (James Purefoy) and Leonard (Michael Kenneth Williams) in yet another murder mystery surrounded by skeletons, missing ashes, disgruntled drug dealers, and the powerful Sheriff Valentine.
Joining Purefoy and Williams for Season 2 are Irma P. Hall (“Collateral”, “The Ladykillers”), Cranston Johnson (“Find a Way,” “Atlanta”), Dohn Norwood (“Hells on Wheels”), and Tiffany Mack (“Timeless”).
The second episode of season 2, “Ticking Mojo” can be seen on SundanceTV on Wednesdsay March 22 at 10 p.m. Check out the exclusive clip below.