Prime Video’s upcoming baseball comedy, A league apart, released an official trailer. The series, based on the 1992 film of the same name, stars four-time Emmy nominee Abbi Jacobson. (Big city) as Carson, The Photograph’s Sang Adams as Max, Emmy-nominated D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place, Barry) like Greta and Melanie Field (Florida Girls) as Jo, according to Prime Video’s press release.
Jacobson also co-created the series with Will Graham (Mozart in the Jungle), and Jacobson and Graham are executive producers alongside Desta Tedros Reff and Hailey Wierengo. Four-time Emmy nominee Jamie Babbit (Sorry for your loss) also produced the series and directed the pilot episode. The series is based on the original screenplay by Oscar nominees Lowell Ganz (Splash) and Babaloo Mandel (Multiplicity) and based on the story by Kim Wilson (Alyce in Wonderland) and Kelly Candaele (When hope and history rhyme).
Other actors in the series include Kate Berlant (Research Group) like Shirley, Roberta Colindrez (Video) as Lupe, Priscilla Delgado (Juliet) like Esti, Alex Desert (Women of the Movement) like Edgar, Dale Dickey (Unbelievable) like Beverly, Saidah Arrika Ekulona (Snowfall) like Toni, Molly Ephraim (Angelyne) like Maybel. Rounding out the cast, Gbemisola Ikumelo (Temple) as Clancee, Aaron Jennings (Great Crew) like Guy, Kendall Johnson (NCIS: Los Angeles) as Gary, Kelly McCormack (Departure) as Emmy-nominated Jess and Nick Offerman (Colin in black and white) like Dove.
Prime Video will stream all eight episodes of A league apart Friday, August 12. The series will be available to stream in over 240 countries and territories.