Doree Shafrir at Buzzfeed wrote this funny (the official Cosmos page says so too) article about Whit Stillmanˈs upcoming (premiering tomorrow!) pilot, The Cosmopolitans. Okay, enough with the parentheses…enjoy.
From Vanity Fair:
Beginning on August 28 Amazon Prime users will be able to watch The Cosmopolitans pilot and vote on whether it will be picked up for a full series. Should it be voted in, Stillman plans a short six-episode season for The Cosmopolitans, which he wrote “like putting two film scripts together.” And even if it doesn’t get picked up? “I’m very happy to have it as a pilot. I really feel that my IMDB page will look a little less pathetic.”
Whit Stillman’s Amazon Show, The Cosmopolitans is coming soon. No news yet on an exact date, but it is scheduled to premiere later in August.
Before it comes out you can check out this FAQ page on what is known about the show.
Here is some news (though ambiguous) on Whit Stillman’s amazon show The Cosmopolitans:
Honor is expected to join Amazon’s upcoming slate of pilots, set to be released later this year, which include Whit Stillman drama Cosmopolitan and Ron Perlman starrer Hand of God.
Other pilots Amazon Studios has in the works include dramedy “The Cosmopolitans” from Whit Stillman and hour-long drama “Hand of God,” starring Ron Perlman (“Sons of Anarchy”) and helmed by Marc Forster (“Monster’s Ball,” “World War Z”). Those are slated to come out later in 2014 as part of a third wave of pilots Amazon will present for public feedback.