“Must be cool, having siblings from these like exotic places.” HBO’s ‘Here and Now’ follow a multi-racial family made up of husband, wife, three adopted children from Somalia, Vietnam and Colombia and one biological child. “Do you really think he’s mentally ill?” “Ramone or dad?” “Daddy’s depressed because the world is so much more fu*ked up than he ever thought it could be.”
“So much hatred going around it feels like the world’s falling apart.” “Something is trying to communicate with me.” “Ramone might be losing his mind we can’t just do nothing.” They find their bonds are tested when one of the children begins having strange visions and seeing things which the rest cannot.
“Right now is all that ever exists. I just noticed there’s 3 people of color here and a white boy cooking. I like these odds.” “Future of America right here.” The darkly comic drama is a look at present-day America, as experienced by a progressive multi-ethnic family — a professor, his wife, and their children — and a contemporary Muslim family, headed by the psychiatrist treating one of their kids. “I don’t think it’s an accident I’m your psychiatrist.”
“It feels like it’s something outside of me pushing me off-balance.” “Because the whole country’s a mess right now?” Created by Oscar and Emmy winner Alan Ball and Golden Globe winner Tim Robbins and Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Holly Hunter the show is a provocative and darkly comic meditation on the disparate forces polarizing present-day American culture.
“You remember your birth mom right?” “How did you mom get in my dream?” Don’t start looking behind you, you might not like what you find.” With a cast that includes: Jerrika Hinton, Daniel Zovatto, Raymond Lee, Sosie Bacon, Andy Bean, Joe Williamson and Peter Macdissi a ten-episode first season premieres February 11, 2018.
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