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BOSS Season 2 Trailer Hits Internet
Features GLEE’s Jonathan Groff
Now that Magic City is winding down, Starz has begun ramping up the pre-press on the new season of Boss, their political-gangster show starring Kelsey Grammer. They’ve released a new trailer to The Hollywood Reporter, which will officially air during the coming season finale of Magic City, wherein Mayor Kane looks to be even more sick, in more ways than one, than he was last season.
If you missed season 1 of Boss, you might wanna consider upping your cable package. However many cars Kelsey Grammer has rolled off the highway, or however many hours your girlfriend has wasted watching his horrid wife’s reality show, the guy has never participated in anything less than quality television. Well, okay, there was Back to You and Hank. Let’s say he’s never participated in anything less than quality television that’s lasted more than a season. If Boss had been cancelled after its maiden season, you’d have every reason to believe it sucked. But since Starz bought a second season before the pilot even aired, well, what does that tell you?
Also featured in this trailer are the new kids: Jonathan Groff from Glee, Sanaa Lathan from Family Guy and The Cleveland Show, and rapper T.I., whom I mostly know from the punchline of a joke on an old 30 Rock. So basically, the supporting cast will still be made up of people with whose work I am as yet unfamiliar. No worries for me on that score, though; I’d never seen Connie Nielsen, Kathleen Robertson, or Martin Donovan in anything before, but after season 1, my respect for those actors has skyrocketed, especially for Donovan. Sadly, after the events of last season’s finale, Donovan will not likely be appearing as regularly, but I’m still holding on to hope that we’ll at least catch a glimpse of him this year.
So circle August 17th in your day-planner. The new season of Boss starts at 9 pm.