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The Game Reboot: Everything We Know So Far

The Game Reboot:

It’s been roughly six years since the end of “The Game,” a spin-off of “Girlfriends” that focused on female NFL players. The Game had resurrected in reboot form, perhaps as a result of renewed interest when it was released by Netflix last year.

The launch of the new series takes place in a distinct television environment than the one that existed in 2015, but football is timeless, and so is a human drama within the context of such a high-pressure world; thus, a reboot may cover a lot of ground.

The Game Reboot Release Date Details:

In May, the streamer announced that it would be producing a new series as a Paramount + production, with a premiere on ViacomCBS’s streaming service on November 11, 2021.

It’ll most likely debut in the same way as previous Paramount+ shows, with a few episodes allotted at first and then extending to a weekly episode regimen for the remainder of the initial season.

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If you’re looking for previous episodes of “The Game,” they’re all available on Hulu and Peacock, as well as Amazon Prime and Netflix.

The Game': Brittany Daniel Reprising Role As Reboot Rounds Out Cast –  Deadline

Source: Deadline.com

The Game Reboot Cast Details:

The reboot features a mix of old and new characters

  • Melanie Barnett as Tia Mowry
  • Derwin Davis as Pooch Hall
  • Wendy Raquel Robinson as Tasha Mack
  • Hosea Chanchez as Malik Wright
  • Kelly Pitts as Brittany Daniel
  • Jason Pitts as Coby Bell
  • Adriyan Rae as Brittany Pitts
  • Vaughn Hebron as Jamison Fields
  • Analisa Velez as Raquel Navarro
  • Tim Daly as Colonel Ulysses S. Thatcher
  • Toby Sandeman as Garret Evans

The Game Reboot Plot Synopsis:

The second reboot, unlike the first, transplants the story from San Diego to Las Vegas. It’ll follow Tasha and Malik in their original professions.

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ViacomCBS announced, “The Game,’ the prequel spinoff to ‘Entourage,’ is set in Las Vegas and returns with a blend of old and new cast members to examine contemporary Black culture through the prism of pro football.

“The team will tackle racism, sexism, classism, and other issues as they strive for celebrity, wealth, respect, and love while attempting to keep their souls while playing ‘The Game’ to establish themselves as a legendary basketball player.”

“I’m thrilled to rejoin the cast and crew of ‘The Game,’ which helped to launch our original programming initiative. The show’s deft combination of drama, emotion, and memorable characters drew millions of viewers in.” “What better time for Devon and his team to reunite for a fresh look at a world that has only become more central to today’s cultural conversation,” McNamara continued.

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Fans are already speculating about the show’s narrative and tone, with no further information available. With so many cast and crew members reprising their previous roles, we’ll have to wait a few months to see whether the new series is as much fun as the prior.

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