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[02/28/24 - 08:29 AM]
Prime Video Unveils First Look Images for "American Rust: Broken Justice"
All 10 episodes will be available on March 28, 2024, exclusively on Prime Video in the U.S., UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

[via press release from Amazon]

Prime Video Unveils First Look Images for "American Rust: Broken Justice"

Photo Credit: Dennis Mong / Prime Video

Starring Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney, all episodes of American Rust: Broken Justice will be available to Prime members on March 28

CULVER CITY, California - February 28, 2024 - Today, Prime Video revealed the first look images and character descriptions for Season Two of American Rust: Broken Justice. All 10 episodes will be available on March 28, 2024, exclusively on Prime Video in the U.S., UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

Returning from Season One:

Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) returns as Detective Del Harris. A complicated and compromised Pittsburgh detective who is desperately trying to make up for past wrongs but can't seem to avoid danger at every turn.

Maura Tierney (The Affair) returns as Grace Poe. A strong-willed and brazen woman from a devastated Pennsylvania town whose loyalty to her boyfriend, Del Harris, leads her to both cover up and commit crimes of her own.

David Alvarez (West Side Story, 2021) returns as Isaac English. A young man struggling to find himself following the death of his father. His quest for happiness takes a sharp and sinister turn when a mysterious lover enters his life.

Alex Neustaedter (Colony) returns as Billy Poe. A former football star who recently served time in prison for a crime he didn't commit. He's reeling from the violence he experienced behind bars, struggling internally to overcome the fear and stress caused by his trauma.

Julie Mayorga (Rare Objects) returns as Lee English. A young paralegal who finds herself working for a large fracking company that she suspects is conducting nefarious business practices. Her righteous nature leads her to defy her client, ultimately putting herself in danger.

Mark Pellegrino (Supernatural) returns as Virgil Poe. Grace Poe's philandering ex-husband and father to Billy. He takes over the town pub and makes it his mission to guide his traumatized son to closure through revenge.

Rob Yang (Succession) returns as Chief Steve Park. Buell's newly minted Chief of Police, he's taken the reins from Harris but has serious suspicions of his former boss' past actions and potential crimes. Steadfast in his skepticism, he makes it his mission to bring Harris down.

Kyle Beltran (Inventing Anna) returns as Detective Fisher. A detective from Pittsburgh PD who came to interview Del about the death of his former partner Chuck Castellanos in the Season One finale and will continue digging in Season Two.

Joining the cast for Season Two:

Luna Lauren Velez (Dexter) is Detective Angela Burgos. A sharp Pittsburgh Homicide detective with a short fuse and caustic wit, she's Del Harris's new partner.

Nick Sandow (Orange Is the New Black) as Mike Orr. An irreverent department veteran, Mike throws his weight around to meet his needs - cutting corners and secret handshakes.

Britian Seibert (A Murder at the End of the World) as Cynthia Frazier. A working-class police officer, Cynthia takes her work seriously, despite difficult personalities and trying circumstances.

Marc Menchaca (Ozark) is Vic Walker. Cynthia's boyfriend on the Force, this seemingly-genial cop has a dark side -- and he's a member of Mike Orr's squad.

Christopher Denham (Billions) as Russell Wolff. A management-level employee at Landwill Energy. He can easily occupy two worlds, and is equally comfortable around executives in the C-suite and blue-collar workers at a job site.

Amelia Workman (FBI) as Rinna Bransford. Rinna is a smart, well-dressed attorney with an upscale law firm. She's handling the Landwill Energy case, and she and her mentee, Lee English, are getting buried in paperwork.

Leon Addison Brown (The Knick) as Chief Bolt. A tough precinct chief with the Pittsburgh Police Department.

Sara Lindsey (High Desert) as Maya Park. Artsy, smart, and self-assured, she is the wife of Steve Park.

ABOUT THE SERIES

American Rust: Broken Justice takes us back to the fictional small town of Buell, Pennsylvania. Del Harris (Daniels) and Grace Poe (Tierney) try to rebuild their lives after the harrowing events of Season One. Season Two picks up with a string of seemingly unrelated murders, hinting at a much larger conspiracy that threatens everyone in this small, tight-knit town.

Based on Philipp Meyer's critically acclaimed novel of the same name, the first season of American Rust premiered on Showtime, exploring the tattered American Dream in a Rust Belt town in southwest Pennsylvania through the eyes of police chief Del Harris. Harris becomes compromised when the son of the woman he loves (Tierney) is accused of murder, and he is forced to decide what he's willing to do to protect him.

American Rust: Broken Justice is executive produced by Dan Futterman, Adam Rapp, Jeff Daniels, Paul Martino, Michael De Luca, Ivan Schneeberg, David Fortier, Nick Nantell, Katie O'Connell Marsh, and Elisa Ellis.

American Rust: Broken Justice is produced and distributed globally by Boat Rocker.

About Boat Rocker:

Boat Rocker (TSX: BRMI) is the home for creative visionaries. An independent, integrated global entertainment company, our purpose is to tell stories and build iconic brands across all genres and mediums. With offices around the world, Boat Rocker's creative and commercial capabilities include Scripted, Unscripted, and Kids and Family television production, distribution, brand & franchise management, a world-class animation studio, and talent management through Untitled Entertainment. A selection of Boat Rocker's projects include: Invasion (Apple TV+), Beacon 23 (MGM+), Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields (Hulu), Slip (Roku), Downey's Dream Cars (Max), BS High (HBO), Orphan Black (BBC AMERICA, CTV Sci-Fi Channel), Dear... (Apple TV+), Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry (Apple TV+), The Next Step (BBC, Corus, CBC), Daniel Spellbound (Netflix), and Dino Ranch (Disney+, Disney Junior, CBC). For more information, please visit www.boatrocker.com.

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