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Season 2

"Maron" (TV show) is a comedy series on IFC starring comedian, writer and podcaster Marc Maron, who brings back his world of problems, attempts at redemption and brood of cats for the show's second season. Revolving around Marc's life and his successful WTF podcast, each episode lays bare the misguided attempts of a man who is trying to grow, but often finds himself asking, "We good?"

In Season 2, things appear to be looking up for Marc, yet he continues to sabotage his professional, romantic and personal relationships. His dysfunctional family is taken to new "highs" when the entire clan is forced to co-exist in the same house for the first time in decades, and Marc's closest companionship ends when his beloved cat Boomer goes missing. This next chapter proves that the more things change in Marc's life, the more they stay the same.

Some of the guest stars adding to Maron's problems in and out of the garage this season include Bill Burr, Wyatt Cenac, David Cross, Joey "Coco" Diaz, Paul Feig, Chris Hardwick, Rachael Harris, Michael Ian Black, Moshe Kasher, Tom Kenny, Johnny Knoxville, Dave Koechner, Tig Notaro, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Pardo, Eddie Pepitone, Caroline Rhea, Andy Richter, Richard Riehle, Rob Riggle, Ray Romano, Sarah Silverman, Nora Zehetner and many more.

Returning this season is Judd Hirsch as Marc's scheming father, Sally Kellerman as his passive aggressive and self-absorbed mother, Andy Kindler as close friend and Josh Brener as his overly eager assistant. Joining this close-knit circle is comedian and fellow podcaster Dave Anthony who adds a fresh layer of complication to Marc's chaotic life.

"Maron" is produced for IFC by Fox Television Studios. Marc Maron is the creator, executive producer and writer. Apostle's Denis Leary and Jim Serpico are also executive producers, along with Michael Jamin, Sivert Glarum, Duncan Birmingham and Olivia Wingate. Tom Sellitti and Robert Cohen are co-executive producers. Series directors include Marc Maron, Robert Cohen, Bobcat Goldthwait and Academy Award-winner Luke Matheny.


Recurring & Guests