Following the second season of its anthology series Super Pumped, Showtime will address the issue of social networking. The show’s second season on the premium network is based on Mike Isaac’s upcoming book, according to executive producers Brian Koppelman, David Levien, and Beth Schacter of Billions.
The information was released just days after competitor HBO signed a deal for Doomsday Machine, a limited series about the troubled tech firm in which Claire Foy was set to play COO Sheryl Sandberg.
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The relationship between Sandberg and Mark Zuckerberg, at the heart of its transformation from a ground-breaking startup to the power it has become, will be the focus of the second season of Super Pumped. This will lead to the intentional and unintentional release of forces that will change the world.
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Super Pumped will investigate a story that upended business culture, and each season will feature a fresh ensemble of actors. The narrative of ride-sharing service Uber and its brash CEO Travis Kalanick is told in Season 1 with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kyle Chandler, and Uma Thurman in the lead roles.
At 10 p.m., the film adaptation of Isaac’s book, Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber, will debut. 27 February In the second season, Koppelman, Levien, and Schacter will continue to create, executive produce, and run the show.
The show, produced by Showtime and a part of Koppelman and Levien’s overall contract with the network, will also have Paul Schiff on the executive producing team. Dates of New & Returning Series’ Winter Premieres on Broadcast, Cable, & Streaming