The second season of Showtime’s “Your Honor” is right around the corner. The second installment of the series, starring Bryan Cranston, will debut in December.
On Tuesday, Showtime revealed that Margo Martindale and Amy Landecker will return as guest stars. It was previously announced that the upcoming season will guest star Rosie Perez.
Cranston stars in “Your Honor” as Michael Desiato, a respected New Orleans judge whose upstanding life is derailed when his teenage son’s accidental hit-and-run killing of the son of notorious crime boss Jimmy Baxter (Michael Stuhlbarg) led to a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices.
Martindale returns as Senator Elizabeth Guthrie, the mother of Desiato’s deceased wife and one of the last links to his previous life. Landecker plays Detective Nancy Costello, who has been betrayed by her friendship with Desiato and will not let go until she uncovers the truth.
The series also stars Hope Davis stars as Jimmy’s wife, Gina, who is at times more dangerous and driven than her husband, and Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Charlie, a local politician and Michael’s best friend.
Perez is playing Olivia Delmont, a charismatic assistant U.S. Attorney who must manipulate and motivate an unwilling asset in order to bring down a crime organization in New Orleans.
Here’s the logline for Season 2:
This season, Big Mo, the formidable leader of the Desire Gang, demands fierce loyalty as she pushes to expand her empire throughout New Orleans with help from Little Mo. Fia Baxter is forced to reckon with the true nature of her family as she deals with the aftermath of her boyfriend’s shooting (by a bullet that was intended for her brother). As the only surviving son of Jimmy Baxter, Carlo is now more determined than ever to follow in his father’s criminal footsteps, while Eugene Jones’ attempt to avenge his brother’s death has created a new chain of events that threaten to create a war on the streets of New Orleans.
“Your Honor” is executive produced by Robert and Michelle King and Liz Glotzer, with Joey Hartstone (The Good Fight) serving as showrunner and executive producer for Season 2.
The 10-episode second season will debut first on streaming on Dec. 9 before making its on-air debut on Dec. 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.