The Outsider (miniseries)
|Based on||The Outsider by Stephen King|
|Country of origin||United States|
The Outsider is an upcoming miniseries based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. It was ordered to series on December 3, 2018, after being optioned as a miniseries by Media Rights Capital in summer 2018.
- Ben Mendelsohn as Det. Ralph Anderson
- Cynthia Erivo as Holly Gibney
- Jason Bateman as Terry Maitland
- Bill Camp as Howie Gold
- Mare Winningham as Jeannie Anderson
- Paddy Considine as Claude Bolton
- Julianne Nicholson as Marcy Maitland
- Yul Vazquez as Yunis Sablo
- Jeremy Bobb as Alec Pelley
- Marc Menchaca as Jack Hoskins
- Frank Deal as Fred Peterson
- Dayna Beilenson as Mildred Patterson
- Hettienne Park as Tomika Collins
- Michael Esper as Bill Samuels
- Claire Bronson as Joy Peterson
- Michael H. Cole as Herbert Parker
- Marc Fajardo as Myron Lazar
- Margo Moorer as Libby Stanhope
The miniseries was announced in June 2018, with Richard Price hired to adapt the Stephen King novel. HBO officially commissioned the series in December, with Ben Mendelsohn cast in the lead. Jason Bateman will produce, and also possibly star in the series.
In January 2019, the core main cast was set, seeing the additions of Cynthia Erivo, Bill Camp, Mare Winningham, Paddy Considine, Julianne Nicholson, Yul Vazquez, Jeremy Bobb and Marc Menchaca. Hetienne Park and Michael Esper will appear in recurring roles.
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- Jr, Mike Fleming (11 June 2018). "Richard Price To Script MRC 10-Episode Series Adaptation Of Stephen King's 'The Outsider;' Jack Bender, Marty Bowen EPs".
- Richard Price To Script MRC 10-Episode Series Adaptation Of Stephen King’s ‘The Outsider;’ Jack Bender, Marty Bowen EPs
- ‘The Outsider’: Cynthia Erivo, Bill Camp, Mare Winningham, Paddy Considine, Julianne Nicholson Among 10 Cast In HBO Drama Series
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