HBO has released the official The Righteous Gemstones Season 2 trailer and key art, starring Danny McBride, John Goodman, Edi Patterson, and Adam Devine. The series debuts its nine-episode second season with two new episodes Sunday, January 9 (10:00-11:25 p.m. ET/PT), followed by additional half-hour episodes on subsequent Sundays at the same time. The series debuts on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max.
Created, written, and executive produced by Danny McBride (Vice Principals, Eastbound & Down), and marking his third HBO comedy series from Rough House Pictures, The Righteous Gemstones tells the story of a world-famous televangelist family with a long tradition of deviance, greed and charitable work. Season two finds our blessed Gemstone family threatened by outsiders from both the past and present who wish to destroy their empire. McBride collaborators Jody Hill and David Gordon Green also serve as executive producers and directors.
Watch The Righteous Gemstones Season 2 trailer below:
Season 2 returning cast includes McBride as Jesse Gemstone, Devine (Pitch Perfect) as Kelvin Gemstone, Edi Patterson (Vice Principals) as Judy Gemstone, Goodman (Treme, The Connors) as Eli Gemstone, Cassidy Freeman (Longmire) as Amber Gemstone, Tony Cavalero (School of Rock) as Keefe Chambers, Tim Baltz (Drunk History) as BJ, Skyler Gisondo (Booksmart) as Gideon Gemstone and Greg Alan Williams (Greenleaf) as Martin Imari.
Returning recurring cast includes Emmy nominee Walton Goggins (Justified, Vice Principals) as Baby Billy Freeman, Grammy winner Jennifer Nettles as Aimee-Leigh Gemstone, Jody Hill (The Legacy of a White Tail Deer Hunter) as Levi, Valyn Hall (The Act) as Tiffany Freeman, Kelton DuMont (Mosaic) as Pontious Gemstone and Gavin Munn (Raising Dion) as Abraham Gemstone. New recurring cast additions this season include Jason Schwartzman (Fargo) as Thaniel Block, Eric Roberts (Suits) as Junior, Eric Andre (Bad Trip) as Lyle Lissons, and Jessica Lowe (Miracle Workers) as Lindy Lissons.
Season 2 is created and written by McBride; directed and executive produced by McBride, Jody Hill and David Gordon Green; executive produced by John Carcieri, Jeff Fradley and Brandon James; co-executive produced by Jonathan Watson; produced by David Brightbill; consulting produced by Grant Dekernion, Kevin Barnett, Edi Patterson, and Chris Pappas.