Primo, Created by Shea Serrano With Ignacio Diaz-Silverio, Christina Vidal, Carlos Santos, and Martin Martinez is a coming-of-age comedy about a Mexican-American teenager struggling to strike a balance in college aspirations, societal expectations, and a frenzied home life anchored by his single female parent and five uncles.
This show is the best suit for lovers of comedy to have you slouched in your coach and cracking your ribs out. Serrano is known for his exemplary works, and his hard work has seen his book Basketball and other things selected by former President Obama as one of his best reads in 2017. His first book, Rap Of The Year Book, was previously turned into a six-episode docu-series for AMC. Who wouldn’t want a taste of such a decorated screenwriter?
Primo Season 1 Release Date:
At the moment, IMDb TV has hardly revealed a specific release date for “Primo” has not been brought into the open However, Variety’s report indicates the series has been in development from at least May 2021. This means, assuming the stars orient in “Primo’s” favor, the series will film its first season and finish production in approximately one or two years, at the earliest. Essentially, the pre-eminent-case scenario is that Primo comes out in mid-2022. A better conservative estimate would push that date somewhere into 2023.
Primo Season 1 Cast:
Another big cloud of mystery surrounding “Primo” is the characters in the series. There has been no casting asseveration for the upcoming series provided by Variety in their initial statement. Even worse, it’s almost unfeasible to guess or speculate which actors might be involved. When it comes to “Primo,” the selected cast is the casting director’s proverbial oyster. The range of choice for cast members is too extensive for any meaningful speculation.
Primo Season 1 Plot:
While many speculations have emerged, specific plot details surrounding “Primo” have not been revealed, and the show’s producers have given only a general idea of the upcoming series’ synopsis, mostly leaked by reading between the lines of the cast and crew interviews and conversations. For starters, Variety’s report is based on writer and co-executive producer Shea Serrano’s upbringing in San Antonio, Texas.
Like many stories of youngsters coming into their own, “Primo” orbits around Serrano’s challenges in getting ready for college while managing his social life and complex familial ties. Despite the strong discretion surrounding the details of the show, a clue on why the directors settled for the title comes to light. Living with his mother and five uncles, Serrano’s extended family may be responsible for the show’s title, as the word used for the title “primo” means cousin in Spanish.
Primo Season 1 Trailer:
Unfortunately, fans will have to be patient for the official trailer as it has not been or made available released on any popular tenets. The series will be launched sooner or later in 2022 and what is certain is that the trailer will hit our screens long before the TV show officially does. For comedy show lovers out there, do not give up hope! More positive news will be available in a few months or weeks, and the trailer will be yours to sample