Druggy TV series like "Dopesick," "Euphoria" and "Ozark," the "George Carlin's American Dream" documentary and CelebStoners Seth Rogen, Dave Chappelle and Amy Poehler are all all up for 2022 Emmy Awards.
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Mike Epps, Katt Williams and four other comedians join Snoop Dogg for his R-rated "F*cn Around Comedy Special" on Netflix.
Eighties and '90s R&B star Bobby Brown has his own miniseries, "Biography: Bobby Brown," on A&E. Formerly married to Whitney Houston, Brown's story is filled with obstacles, loss, heartbreak and drugs.
Cartels are the new gangsters and TV and movie producers have noticed, responding with with hardcore series like "Breaking Bad," "Narcos" and "Ozark," which just ended it's four-season run on Netflix with the proverbial bang.
"The Freak Brothers" - based on the '70s era comic strip, "The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" - is returning for a second season on Tubi, the streaming service announced on May 2.