[04/29/13 - 07:08 AM] Video: Watch an Entire Episode of IFC's New Series "Maron" Before It Airs The entire second episode is now available on IFC.com, iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, YouTube, Facebook, TVE and VOD.
[via press release from IFC]
Watch an Entire Episode of IFC's New Series "Maron" Before It Airs - Available on IFC.Com & Additional Platforms
Comedian and podcaster Marc Maron's new scripted comedy series, Maron, premieres Friday, May 3 at 10:00pm ET/PT on IFC. Based on Marc's life and WTF podcast, each half hour episode chronicles Marc's day-to-day struggle to maintain relationships other than the ones with his podcast audience and his beloved trio of cats.
In celebration of the upcoming series premiere on Friday, IFC released the entire second episode of Maron that's now available on IFC.com, iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, YouTube, Facebook, TVE and VOD.
In this new pre-premiere episode aptly titled "Dead Possum," Marc discovers the source of the awful smell that's been stinking up his house. Once Marc's podcast guest Denis Leary calls his masculinity into question, Marc over prepares to remove the dead animal from beneath his house. Amidst the chaos, Marc's mother sets up a meeting between him and a distant family friend, which ends with Marc acquiring an eager-to-please new assistant.
This episode will air on Friday, May 10 at 10:00pm ET/PT on IFC.
Marc stars as himself, and joining him is Judd Hirsch (Ordinary People, Damages, This Must Be the Place) as his father, Nora Zehetner (Mad Men, Grey's Anatomy) as his girlfriend, Andy Kindler (Bob's Burgers, Everybody Loves Raymond) as his loyal friend and Josh Brener (The Internship, Silicon Valley) as Marc's assistant.
Guest stars this season include: Mark Duplass, Illeana Douglas, Dave Foley, Jeff Garlin, Judd Hirsch, Gina Gershon, Bobcat Goldthwait, Denis Leary, Aubrey Plaza, Adam Scott, Eric Stoltz and Danny Trejo.
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