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About this title

Storyline

Lovecraft Country follows Atticus Freeman as he joins up with his friend Letitia and his Uncle George to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father. This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: August 16, 2020

Also Known As: Lavkraftova zemlja, Країна Лавкрафт |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
war veteran
road trip
anthology

Company Credits

Production Co: Bad Robot, Monkeypaw Productions |  See more »

Cast

Trenton Rostedt
as Deputy Dalton
James Kyson
as Byung-Ho
Brian Peters
as Deputy Talbot
Terrin Hill
as Grover
Mac Brandt
as Captain Seamus Lancaster
Joseph Musiel
as Dancer
Jamie Harris
as Sheriff Eunice Hunt
Demetrius Grosse
as Marvin Baptiste
Mustafa Harris
as Dietrich
Reese Giles
as Background Cop
Alex Collins
as Crane
Kiki Ely
as Dancer
Tyner Rushing
as Barb
Jerry Mortel
as Store Owner
Michael Rose
as Titus Braithwhite
Vincent Teninty
as Porkpie Hat Customer
Ian McKay
as Cute Kid in Glasses
Robert B. Putnam
as Son of Adam
Alexander Deavellar
as Villager
Olivia Dean
as Madge
Zach Catanzareti
as Soldier
Cindy Chang
as Soon-Hee Meeh
Tony Goldwyn
as Samuel Braithwhite
D.J. 'Shangela' Pierce
as Lena Horne
Randy Watson Jr.
as Military Driver
Daniel Chung
as Sung
Ash Anderson
as Chanting Adamite
Khefren Chambers
as Dancer
Peggie J. Lyons
as Activist
Corey Jung
as Shouting Crowd
Tristan Layne Tapscott
as Bus Passenger
Julian Webb
as Bassist
Emery Mae Edgeman
as Young Girl
Will Redmond
as Terry
Daniel Lopez
as Dancing Man
Darryl Stephens
as Billie Holiday
Shane Berengue
as Adamite
Dynasty St. James
as Dancer
Daniel Lim
as Shouting Crowd
Ciara Harvey
as Dancer
Johnathan Jae Scott
as Dancer
Kyler Porche
as Leo
Alexis Rhee
as Mudang
Michelle Reid
as Dancer
Jonathan Bryant
as Dancer
Jennifer Waithera Waweru
as Anarcha
Donja Harper
as Self
Charlotte Haynes Hazzard
as Martha
Anastasia Wilson
as Mary Churchgoer
Matthew Alan
as Deputy Eastchurch
Mac Wells
as Brother Nelson
Michelle L. Williams
as Bar Patron/Church Goer/Funeral Mourner
Sam Hubbard
as Gas Station Attendant
Matthew Cornwell
as Business Man
Corr Kendricks
as 19 Cent Father
Nilah Blasingame
as Beulah
Tickia J Sutton
as Ice Cream Girl
Ilia Jessica Castro
as Featured Baker Dancer
Joshua Mack
as Black Teen
Larson Lee Brumfield
as Block Party Teen
Bianca Brewton
as Bopsy
Naomi Mack
as Carmen
Andrew Morgado
as Hippolyta's Dad
Will Zahrn
as Bus Driver
Taylor Perymon
as Dancer
Kalyn Hardman
as Featured Baker Dancer
Michael Rub
as Base Soldier
Maceo Smedley
as Gil
Victor Jackson
as Dancer
Brandon Jones
as Dancer
Tyrone L. Robinson
as Reverend Parker
Wunmi Mosaku
as Ruby Baptiste
David Stanbra
as Paul Hughes
Camila Canó-Flaviá
as Frida Kahlo
Carol Sutton
as Ms. Osberta
Tommy Campbell
as Ancient Dawn Member
Abbey Lee
as Christina Braithwhite
Matt McVay
as Dawn Member
Michael J. Ewing
as Chanting Adamite
Erica Tazel
as Dora
Giorgio Hollins
as Sammy's Gentleman
Jeffrey Johnson
as Mister Lads
JaMarcus Hill
as Jasper
Steven Serbones
as Phillip
Shiquita James
as Funeral Patron
Larry Herring
as Police Officer
Karen LeBlanc
as Seraphina AKA Beyond C'est
Jon Lee
as Mee-Ting Date
Regina Taylor
as Hattie
Rachel Butera
as Judy Garland
Jalen Harris
as Moroccan Bartender
Cyrah Hill
as Reporter
Jordan Scott
as Rookie Cop
Trevor David
as Mechanic
Kailyn Gainer
as High School Student
Robert Hamilton
as Jackie Robinson
Alannah Wilhite
as Dancer
Leeann Ross
as Young Dora
Joy Uwineza
as Activist
Kathleen Lawlor
as Older Woman on the Bus
AJ Jones
as Cop
John Yoo
as Mee-Ting Announcer
Sharron Lynn
as Featured Baker Dancer
Livi Birch
as Young Girl
Greg Weeks
as Rufus
Jon Hudson Odom
as Sammy
Erin Z. Young
as Ruby Body Double
Don A. King
as Son of Adam
Michael Banks Repeta
as Timmy
Edward Rashad Smith
as Bar Drummer
Monique Candelaria
as Yahima
Charles Ambrose
as Deputy Jimmy
Gerard Mikell
as Young Montrose
Oscar Jordan
as Pastor
Christian Anderson
as Young George
Aaron James
as Dancer
Deron J. Powell
as Tree
Madison Alsobrook
as Ice Cream Girl
Rob Demery
as Activist
Tia Jin
as Nursing Instructor
Kaelynn Harris
as Topsy
Jennifer Yun
as Triage Nurse
James Bascomb
as Male Commuter
Morgan McGill
as Young Girl
LaTesha Hines
as Black Wall Street Patron
Prisca Kim
as Young-Ja
Arthur Richardson
as Dancer
John J. Shim
as Mee-Ting Date
Kevin Savage
as American Sergeant
Jay Battle
as Dancer
Dior Choi
as Korean Soldier
Monét X Change
as Dinah Washington
Alea Hansinger
as Adamite Midwife
Katherine Bourne Taylor
as Gas Station Girlfriend
Tania Richard
as Woman with Flowers
Zachary Walker
as Dancer
Sibongile Mlambo
as Tamara
Shawn Ray Cartel
as Party Guest
Logan Medina
as Adamite Stable Boy
Ben Peck
as Dawn Member
Luke McGuire
as Gas Station Attendant
Andrene Ward-Hammond
as Martine
Megan Cash
as Secretary
D.J. Howard
as Army Recruiter
Jordan Patrick Smith
as William
Cinnamon Trammell
as Dancer
Shanesia Davis
as Maybelle Cross
Carra Patterson
as Josephine Baker
Jennifer Chung
as In-Sook
Michael Kenneth Williams
as Montrose Freeman
Lacy Dollar
as Counter Girl
Joseph Yates
as Re-Animated Frankenstein
Ariel Dorsey
as Dancer
Miles Doleac
as Hiram Epstein
Robert Pralgo
as Spencer Allen Type
Carmen Wilson
as Dancer
William Catlett
as Verton Freeman
Marc Inniss
as Carmen's Dance Partner
Addialyn Jackson
as Neighbor Girl
London Riley Pigott
as Side Walk Girl
Richard Jin
as Third Mee-Ting Date
Michael Dunlap
as Dancer
Christopher Long
as Dancer
Jamie Chung
as Ji-Ah
Tara Warren
as Olivia
Marcus A. Griffin Jr.
as Pre-Teen Atticus
Michael E. Kurowski
as Counter Boy Simmonsville
Nicole Wilson
as Dancer
Ava Mbaye
as High School Student
Keila Harvey
as Church Lady
Michael Reagan
as PD Officer
Jonathan Majors
as Atticus Freeman
Casey Hendershot
as Mob Henchman
Jasmine Putmon
as Betsey
Brian Keys
as Lead Guitarist
Michael Oilar
as Construction Worker
Lala Ri
as Dancer
Shelby Edwards
as Dancer
Matthew Taylor
as Suspendered Fireman
Mindy Fay Parks
as Cathy
Doris Woodruff
as Lucy
Jurnee Smollett
as Letitia 'Leti' Lewis
Tony Domino
as Bus Passenger
Reuben Glaser
as Chicago Businessman
Aspen Mitchell
as Lucy
Olivia Park
as Chun-Ja
Caitlin Lee
as Shouting Crowd
Terrance P. Carson
as Bar Patron
Jada Harris
as Diana Freeman
Ryan Dinning
as PD Officer
Ben VanderMey
as Injured American Soldier
Rhyan Hill
as Bobo
Sharon Mae
as Hwa-Ja
Lauren Boyd
as Tour Guide
Jamie Neumann
as Dell/Hillary
Lauren M. Vance
as Block Party Lady
Jay Jones
as Jerome J. Jackson
Khamary Rose
as Thomas
Rodney L Jones III
as 19 Cent Son
Josh Mueller
as Chad
Courtney B. Vance
as George Freeman
Lucius Baston
as Phil Hodges
Keith Arthur Bolden
as Gilbert
Julian Green
as Youth Commuter
Jonathon Pawlowski
as Burke
Jay D. Kacho
as Lodge Member
John James
as Dancer
Eric Jepson
as American Soldier
Cynthia Youngblood
as Chanting Adamite
Aunjanue Ellis
as Hippolyta Freeman
Robert Bryan Davis
as Adamite Vet
Ali Amin Carter
as Floyd
Ariel Eliaz
as Rabbi
Samuel Roberts
as Soldier
Keon Rahzeem Mitchell
as James
D.J. Stavropoulos
as Bar Patron
Candice Savage
as Dancing Woman
Darius Jackson
as Dancer
Ben Locke
as Dancer
Kenneth Strong
as Dancer
Maxwell Probst
as Chanting Adamite
Allen Waddell
as Dancer
Brian Matney
as Son of Adam
NeShaunda
as Dahomey Warrior
Joaquina Kalukango
as Hanna
Teish Williams
as Church Goer/Warrior
Kent Booker
as Ancient Dawn Member
Timothy Batten
as Male Neighbor
Sufe Bradshaw
as Nawi
Daniel Norris
as Armed Thug

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Bram Stoker Awards 2020

Nominee

Bram Stoker Awards

Screenplay

Nominee

Bram Stoker Awards

Screenplay

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2021

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actor in a Television Series

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Horror Television Series

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