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Jon Stewart leads with compassion and humor as he takes a deep dive into some of the most enduring, deeply-entrenched issues of our time on the new Apple Original series, "The Problem With Jon Stewart." From the acclaimed writer, producer, director and advocate, the series explores complex topics through the differing perspectives of stakeholders, experts and individuals confronting these challenges. The companion series podcast will expand upon the conversation from each episode, featuring staff members from across the show who will have conversations with activists in the space, share facts on the issue, and of course, bring plenty of jokes.
"The Problem With Jon Stewart" will debut globally on Apple TV+, Thursday, September 30, followed by new episodes every other week. The series' official podcast will also premiere on Thursday, September 30 on Apple Podcasts at https://apple.co/jon-stewart-podcast and via RSS, with new episodes every week (where available).
Hailing from a multi-year partnership with Apple TV+, "The Problem With Jon Stewart" will be hosted and executive produced by Stewart through his Busboy Productions. The series is executive produced by showrunner Brinda Adhikari, alongside Stewart's longtime manager James Dixon, and Richard Plepler through his Eden Productions, which has an exclusive overall production deal with Apple. Chris McShane is co-executive producer, Lorrie Baranek is supervising producer, and Chelsea Devantez is head writer.
Detroit brothers Demetrius and Terry Flenory become powerful figures in a multi-state drug and money laundering organization. "BMF" stars the previously announced cast of Demetrius "Lil Meech" Flenory Jr., the son of Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory; Da'Vinchi (The Way Back, "grown-ish"), Russell Hornsby (Fences, The Hate U Give), Michole Briana White ("Dead to Me," She Hate Me), Ajiona Alexus ("Empire," "13 Reasons Why"), Eric Kofi Abrefa (Blue Story, Fury), Myles Truitt ("Black Lightening," "The New Edition Story"), Steve Harris ("The Practice," Diary of a Mad Black Woman), with Arkeisha "Kash Doll" Knight and Wood Harris ("Empire," Creed) in recurring roles. La La Anthony ("The Chi," Think Like a Man) and Serayah ("Empire," Favorite Son) are both set as recurring guest stars.
The series stars Drew Tarver ("Bajillion Dollar Propertie$") as a 28-year-old actor struggling to get better auditions than "Man At Party Who Smells Fart," and Heléne Yorke (HBO's "High Maintenance," "Masters of Sex") as his 30-year-old sister, who is struggling in general. As the two work toward finding themselves, their lives are completely upended when their 13-year-old brother, ChaseDreams, played by Case Walker, becomes incredibly famous overnight. The series also features Molly Shannon (HBO's "Divorce"), who plays the siblings' fame-ready mother, and Ken Marino ("Party Down"), as ChaseDreams newly-hired manager.