Executive produced by Steven Soderbergh and created by Scott Frank, Godless has been marketed by Netflix as a western series about a small town inhabited almost entirely by women who have to defend themselves against a vengeful outlaw. But the promotional materials — including trailers, posters and official stills — are entirely misleading, and if you settled in to watch Godless over the holiday weekend expecting the female-driven version of Deadwood, you were more than likely disappointed.
A Steven Soderbergh Netflix western already grabbed our attention, but the full Godless trailer makes this one a must-see. Visit a deadly “town full of ladies” in an extended sneak peek of the new limited series, featuring Michelle Dockery, Merritt Wever, Jeff Daniels and more.
We’ve seen Steven Soderbergh take on TV before, but never in full-Western mode like Netflix’s Godless. Check out a first trailer for the November premiere, featuring Jeff Daniels, Michelle Dockery, babies, rattlesnakes and more!
Netflix is officially in a western phase. Weeks after landing the Coen brothers for an ongoing series, Steven Soderbergh’s star-studded Godless western sets a November premiere with first photos of Jeff Daniels, Michelle Dockery and more.
Scott Frank and Steven Soderbergh’s new Western miniseries Godless just keeps getting better. Not only will Newsroom alum Jeff Daniels lead the cast, but so too has former co-star Sam Waterston joined the ensemble, along with a confirmed Scoot McNairy and more.
A few weeks back, we learned that Scott Frank and Steven Soderbergh’s new Western miniseries Godless has begun initial casting with none other than Newsroom alum Jeff Daniels, and the official report brings yet more good news. Not only is Daniels confirmed, but so too is Walking Dead alum Merritt Wever, a Game of Thrones member and more.
Just when you thought you’d lost count of the Netflix original series in development, here comes number … uh, moving on! Scott Frank and Steven Soderbergh’s new Western miniseries Godless has begun casting, with none other than Newsroom alum Jeff Daniels and Batman v. Superman bomb Scoot McNairy eyed for leading roles.