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Somebody Somewhere


Somebody Somewhere


Somebody Somewhere is a TV series that premiered on HBO in January 2022. The show is a comedy drama that follows Sam, a woman in her 40s who is dealing with a midlife crisis after the death of her sister. The series is set in Manhattan, Kansas and stars Bridget Everett as Sam, Jeff Hiller as her co-worker and friend Joel, and Mary Catherine Garrison as Tricia Miller, Sam's sister who runs a store called Tender Moments.

In July 2020, HBO ordered the series, which is inspired by the life of Bridget Everett, who is also an executive producer on the show. The cast was announced in June 2021 and includes Danny McCarthy, Murray Hill, Jon Hudson Odom, and Heidi Johanningmeier. The show was filmed in suburban Chicago because of the talent pool available in the area.

The series was renewed for a second season in February 2022 and is set to premiere on April 23, 2023. The show has been well-received by audiences and critics alike for its portrayal of Sam's journey and the strong performances by the cast. With its mix of humor and drama, Somebody Somewhere has become a must-watch show for anyone looking for something new and engaging to watch.

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