Hap and Leonard


Hap and Leonard Information

Hap and Leonard is an American television drama series based on the characters Hap and Leonard, created by novelist Joe R. Lansdale and adapted from his series of novels of the same name. The series was written and developed by Nick Damici and Jim Mickle, who had previously adapted Lansdale's Cold in July and was directed by Mickle. The series premiered on the American cable network SundanceTV on March 2, 2016. So far, the series has received favorable reviews.

According to various sources including Variety the series has been renewed for Season 3 on SundanceTV. The show is currently SundanceTV"?s highest-rated original series, and will return for six episodes in 2018. The third season of "Hap and Leonard,"? will take inspiration from "The Two-Bear Mambo,"? the third installment of Lansdale"?s book series.

Cast

Main cast

  • James Purefoy as Hap Collins, a white working class laborer who spent time in federal prison as a young man for refusing to be drafted into the military and serve in the Vietnam War
  • Michael Kenneth Williams as Leonard Pine, a gay black Vietnam vet with serious anger issues
  • Jimmi Simpson as Soldier, a local drug dealer (season 1)
  • Bill Sage as Howard (season 1)
  • Christina Hendricks as Trudy Fawst, Hap's ex-wife (season 1)
  • Pollyanna McIntosh as Angel
  • Enrique Murciano as Raoul (season 1 & 2)
  • Tiffany Mack as Florida Grange (season 2)
  • Cranston Johnson as Detective Hanson (season 2)
  • Brian Dennehy as Sheriff Valentine Otis (season 2)

Recurring cast

  • Neil Sandilands as Paco
  • Ron Rogg as Bud Collins
  • Trace Masters as Little Hap
  • Kaden Washington Lewis as Little Leonard
  • Florence Young as Kay
  • Kari Shemwell as Trudy Double

Production

Filming of the show took place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, although the series is set in 1980s in the fictional town of LaBorde in East Texas. One of the locations used was an old Woman's Hospital in Baton Rouge as well as the Celtic Media Centre.

Episodes

The second episode "The Bottoms" was released online on March 2, 2016, a week before its scheduled airing.

Season 1 (2016)

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Season 2 (2017)

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Tie-in

A collection called Hap and Leonard made up of previously published short stories (Hyenas, Veil"?s Visit, Dead Aim) by Joe Lansdale as well as new content was published by Tachyon Publications in March 2016 as a tie-in to the TV series.




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