"Maron" (TV show) is a comedy series on IFC starring comedian, writer and podcaster Marc Maron. 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?"

Season 3

Maron is fighting new issues in Season 3, but will he be able to get out of his own head and evolve out of "adultescence"? The stakes have never been higher for Marc as he attempts to keep it together while trying to launch a new talk show, help a friend father a child (while avoiding his own dad) and salvage the relationships he actually has left. Marc's future is uncertain as he tries to take his life to the next level while facing down old demons.

Returning this season are Judd Hirsch ("Ordinary People," "Damages," "This Must Be the Place") as Marc's unstable father; Sally Kellerman ("MASH," "Back to School," "Workaholics") as his meddling mother; Troy Ruptash ("Firsts," "Prison Break") as his fragile brother; Andy Kindler ("Bob's Burgers," "Everybody Loves Raymond") as his voice of reason; and Dave Anthony ("Walking The Room podcast") as his devil's advocate and his trusty punching bag assistant, Kyle.

Guest stars visiting Maron in and out of the garage this season include Steve Agee ("The Sarah Silverman Program," "New Girl"), Maria Bamford ("Arrested Development," "The Comedians of Comedy"), Lisa Brenner ("We Are Angels," "The Price of Happiness"), Bruce Bruce ("Bruce Bruce: Losin' It," "Top Five"), Whitney Cummings ("2 Broke Girls," "Whitney"), Lucy Davis ("Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip"), Andy Dick ("The B-List"), Dr. Drew Pinsky ("Dr. Drew on Call," "Loveline"), Cameron Esposito ("Same Sex Symbol," "Put Your Hands Together"), Nelson Franklin ("The Millers," "Veep"), Adam Goldberg ("Fargo"), Elliot Gould ("Ray Donovan," "Ocean's Eleven"), Ken Marino ("Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp," "Marry Me"), Patton Oswalt ("The Goldbergs," "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."), Eddie Pepitone ("The Bitter Buddha," "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell"), Mary Lynn Rajskub ("24: Live Another Day," "2 Broke Girls"), Alex Rocco ("The Godfather," "Magic City"), Andrea Rosen ("Episodes"), Vik Sahay ("Chuck"), Sam Seder ("Bob's Burger's"), Rick Shapiro ("Project X," "Lucky Louie"), Ryan Singer ("Comedy Wonder Town"), Kurtwood Smith ("Resurrection," "That '70s Show"), Constance Zimmer ("House of Cards," "Entourage") and professional wrestlers Colt Cabana and CM Punk.

Season 4

The upcoming season kicks off with Marc, jobless and friendless, hitting rock bottom and wondering what his questionable future holds. He goes to rehab where he is the only adult, crashes in a sexually awkward sober house, and hangs with his newly successful, but still disturbing friend Dave. The journey may be different this time around, but Marc is the same self-deprecating curmudgeon, and season four's rocky road to recovery leads him to bond with a wild cast of eccentric new characters.

Season 4 guest stars include Ron Perlman ("Hellboy," "Hand of God"), Constance Zimmer ("UnREAL," "Entourage"), Amy Smart ("Crank," "Justified"), Joey "Coco" Diaz ("The Longest Yard," "Analyze That"), Don Stark ("That '70s Show," "John Carter"), and Randy and Jason Sklar ("Mighty Med," "Wild Hogs").

"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.


Network: IFC
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: December 31, 1969
Seasons: 4
Production Companies:
Fox Television Studios

'Maron' Season 3 Returns This Spring — "Marc is broadening his horizons this season with new awkward situations and more people to piss off," said Jennifer Caserta, IFC's president. Read more...
'Maron' Season 2 Lines Up the Guest Stars — Premiering Thursday, May 8, the new season of the IFC comedy, based on the life of comedian Marc Maron, will feature appearances by Johnny Knoxville, Ray Romano, David Cross, Paul Feig, Judd Hirsch, Sally Kellerman, Tig Notaro, Conan O'Brien, Sarah Silverman and more. Read more...

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