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Your Honor - Michael Stuhlbarg and Sofia Black-D’Elia join cast



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MICHAEL STUHLBARG JOINS SHOWTIME LIMITED SERIES 'YOUR HONOR'

Sofia Black-D’Elia Also Cast In Series Starring Emmy® Award Winner Bryan Cranston

LOS ANGELES – August 2, 2019 – Screen Actors Guild Award® winner Michael Stuhlbarg (Call Me by Your Name) and Sofia Black-D’Elia (The Night Of) have signed on to star in the highly anticipated SHOWTIME limited series, YOUR HONOR, starring Oscar® nominee and Emmy and Tony® winner Bryan Cranston. Stuhlbarg will play Tommy, the much-feared head of a crime family. The announcement was made today by Gary Levine and Jana Winograde, Presidents of Entertainment, Showtime Networks Inc., at the Television Critics Association’s Summer Press Tour.

The 10-episode series is a legal thriller that rips through all strata of New Orleans society. Cranston stars as a respected judge whose son Adam (Hunter Doohan) is involved in a hit-and-run that leads to a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices. Black-D’Elia will portray Frannie, Adam’s girlfriend. YOUR HONOR is executive produced by Emmy nominees Robert and Michelle King (The Good Fight, The Good Wife, Evil) and Liz Glotzer (Evil, The Good Fight). BAFTA winner Peter Moffat – whose Criminal Justice was the basis for The Night Of – serves as showrunner and executive producer and has written multiple episodes, including the first episode. Emmy nominated writer/director Edward Berger (PATRICK MELROSE) is directing the first three episodes and executive producing. YOUR HONOR will go into production this fall.

Stuhlbarg has appeared in critically acclaimed roles in Call Me By Your Name, as well as the multiple Oscar-winning romantic dark fantasy The Shape of Water. He was nominated for a Golden Globe® Award for his work in A Serious Man. His additional film credits include Trumbo, Steve Jobs and Lincoln. On television, he starred in Traitors, The Looming Tower, Fargo and Boardwalk Empire.

Black-D’Elia played opposite Riz Ahmed and John Turturro in the miniseries The Night Of. She recently made her New York stage debut in the world premiere of Ming Peiffer’s Usual Girls at the Roundabout Theatre Company. She has appeared in a wide range of series, including The Mick, Invisible, Skins and Gossip Girl.

YOUR HONOR, produced by CBS Television Studios in association with King Size Productions, is being adapted from the Israeli series Kvodo, created by Ron Ninio and Shlomo Mashiach. Alon Aranya (Hostages, Betrayal) and Rob Golenberg (Betrayal) of Scripted World and James Degus of Moonshot Entertainment also serve as executive producers.

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