AMC’s Feed the Beast trailer puts David Schwimmer in hot water
AMC today released an extended trailer from the network’s upcoming original series Feed the Beast, premiering on Sunday, June 5 at 10pm ET/PT. The series then moves to its regular Tuesday night time slot on June 7. On that night, viewers will be offered an encore of the show’s premiere episode at 9 p.m. ET and its all-new second episode at 10 p.m. ET. Check out the Feed the Beast trailer below!
Starring David Schwimmer (“American Crime Story,” “Band of Brothers,” “Friends”) and Jim Sturgess (21, Across the Universe, Cloud Atlas), the series is about two best friends, Tommy Moran (Schwimmer), and Dion Patras (Sturgess) who take one last shot at their dream of opening a restaurant.
Feed the Beast tells the story of Tommy (Schwimmer) and Dion (Sturgess) who are like brothers. With all the love – and all the complications – that comes with it. Dion can’t stay out of trouble. Tommy can’t move past it. For two friends on the brink of losing everything, a dusty pipe dream of opening up an upscale restaurant in their hometown of the Bronx is all they have left to turn their lives around.
The cast also includes includes Michael Gladis (“Mad Men,” “House of Lies”), as Patrick Woichik, aka The Tooth Fairy, the soft spoken, brutally intimidating local mobster with a penchant for pulling teeth; Lorenza Izzo (The Green Inferno, Sex Ed), as Pilar Herrera, a woman who meets Tommy in a grief group, and is desperately searching for true love; Christine Adams (Batman Begins, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”), as Tommy’s late wife Rie Moran, John Doman (“The Wire,” “The Affair”), as Tommy’s father Aidan Moran,
a shrewd and ruthless businessman and unapologetic racist; and Elijah Jacob (“Spot On”) as Tommy’s ten year old son TJ Moran.
Feed the Beast is produced by AMC Studios and Lionsgate in association with Clyde Phillips Productions.Executive producers are Phillips, Henrik Ruben Genz (“Bankerot,” “Borgen”), Malene Blenkov (“Bankerot”) and Piv Bernth (“The Killing,” “Forbrydelsen” and “Bron/Broen”).