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24.5%
Average
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Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

Fascinated by what really happens at that corporate chain hotel near the airport -- from the funny and weird to the scary and absurd -- creators Mark and Jay Duplass ("Togetherness," "Animals") check into "Room 104." The anthology series is set at an average American motel and tells stories ranging from comedies to dramas to horrors, with the tone, the characters and the era changing every time. Each episode plays like a mini-movie, offering a new discovery from one week to the next. Ultimately, "Room 104" is about "finding some magic in the seemingly mundane," the Duplass brothers say.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: July 28, 2017

Also Known As: Soba 104, 104. istaba |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

hotel room
anthology

Company Credits

Production Co: Duplass Brothers Productions, HBO Entertainment

Cast

Marieve Herington
as Reporter
Judy Greer
as Darla Andrews
Julian Acosta
as Older Brother
Jason David
as Ryan Parker/Will
Michole Briana White
as Officer Pankin
James Babson
as Willis
Ginger Gonzaga
as Vicki
Desean Terry
as Durkon
Ethan Kent
as Ralph
Atsuko Okatsuka
as Woman
Kenton Chen
as Billy
Abby Ryder Fortson
as Elle
Natasha Perez
as Grey
Melissa Fumero
as Eva
Spencer Garrett
as Dr. Dan Benich
Jesse Springer
as Fight Commentator
Rainn Wilson
as Jim
Armen Way
as Guard
Ricarlo Flanagan
as Delivery Guy
Clark Duke
as Jarod
Amy Landecker
as Joan
Natalie Morgan
as Greta
Onur Tukel
as Erol
Michael Ray Taylor
as Young Durkon
Keta Meggett
as Rayna
Phil Matarese
as P-Dawg
Tom Woodruff Jr.
as Elmer
Suzanne Nichols
as Granada
Mario Revolori
as Lou Demon'd Phillips
Josephine Decker
as Rosie
Vivian Bang
as Jaimie
Trevor Wooldridge
as Frat Boy
Aislinn Paul
as Young Jean
Rhoda Pell
as Ghost mother
Harvey Guillén
as Luke
Poorna Jagannathan
as Divya
Ryan Coil
as Evil Ned
Mary Mouser
as Adrienne
Leonora Pitts
Macon Blair
as George
Fred Maske
as Scrawny Cop
Kristina Hanna
Jaclyn Jasgur
as Drunk Freshman
Carl De Gregorio
as Dad
Kevin McKidd
as Kyran
Saidah Arrika Ekulona
Breeda Wool
as Poppy March
Zakary Risinger
as Young Kyran
Davie-Blue
as Jennifer
Dendrie Taylor
as Housekeeper
Eric Edelstein
as Swofford
Kiril Kulish
as Guard
Lily Mae Harrington
as Beth
Luke Wilson
as Remus
Michael Chandler
as Reporter
Konstantin Lavysh
as Boris
Jeffrey G. Barnett
as Masked Man
Ian Merrigan
as Joe
Melonie Diaz
as Meg
Jennifer Lafleur
as Diane/Karen
Jason Pace
Karan Soni
as Anish
Brian Hostenske
as Josh
Robert Longstreet
as Allan
Ross Partridge
as Bradley
Marlene Forte
as Mom
Benjamin Papac
as Jack
James Van Der Beek
as Scott
Michael Sturgis
as John
Hari Nef
as Katherine
Timm Sharp
as Brandon
Nicholette Dixon
as Upperclass Woman #1
Abby Craden
Gavin Kent
as Ralphie
Timothy Granaderos
as Hunter
Natalie Woolams-Torres
as Tamara
Christine Woods
as Roma
Nate Smith
Amanda Allan
Logan Miller
as Logan
Erinn Hayes
as Kate West/Linda
Adam Foster
as Noah
Tom Lenk
as Matty
Susan Park
as Ryoko
Terrence Terrell
as Julius
Olivia Crocicchia
as Jenna
Jimmy Ray Flynn
as Self
Mark Proksch
as Gene
Lily Gladstone
as 911 Operator/Abby
Doug Culp
as Radio DJ
Rebecca Hazlewood
as Agnes
Josie M. Parker
as Young Sam
Tony Todd
as The Father
Biff Wiff
as Edgar
Skylar Gray
as Maddie
Cobie Smulders
as Scientist
Ellen Geer
as Lorraine
Michael Shannon
as Nathan
Will Tranfo
as Patrick
Angie Cepeda
as Dolores
Pablo Castelblanco
as Jeff
Channon Dade
as Front Desk Receptionist
Paul F. Tompkins
as Louis
David Paymer
as Robert
Zane Pais
as Jon
Faruq Tauheed
as Man in Next Room
Susanna Harter
as Veronica
Kaya Rose Davis
as Imoko
Josh Fadem
as Ted
June Squibb
as Jean
Orlando Jones
as Samuel
Fred Melamed
as Narrator
Jessica Makinson
Jake Green
as John
Jennifer Kim
as Stephanie
Jeffrey Hutchinson
Adam Shapiro
as Derek
Pia Shah
as Tanya
Steve Little
as Randy
Charlyne Yi
as Gracie
Meilee Condron
as Sonia
Christopher Farrar
Eric Wentz
as Felix Von Stasson
Anita Kalathara
as Emily
Gary Cole
as Chip Crawford
Laura Zempel
Mark Kelly
as Contractor
Ron Funches
as Charlie/Edward Miller
Nat Wolff
as Joseph
Shannon Purser
as Megan
Jay Duplass
as Daniel
Veronica Falcón
as Rosa
Jordyn Lucas
as Finley
Tom Clark
as Burly Cop
François Chau
as Dr. Blake
Matthew Bellows
as Man
Brian Tyree Henry
as Arnold
Alison Jaye
as Morgan
Bernard David Jones
as Justin
Tim Gilbert
as Doug's father
Marielle Scott
as Nina
Griffin Morgan
as Kid
Frank Birney
as Mr. Mulvahill
Aasif Mandvi
as Mediator
Leonardo Nam
as Bruce
Mark Duplass
as Graham Husker
Mae Whitman
as Liza
Katie Aselton
as Helen
Frank Ashmore
as Older Patrick
Dave Bautista
as Doug 'Raw Dawg Avalanche'
Nathan M. Miller
as Andy
Natalie Morales
as Jess
Julianna Barwick
as Nina
Kent Osborne
as Dan
Kendra Carelli
as Casey
James Earl
as Ollie
Philip Baker Hall
as Charlie
Jon Bass
as Dustin/Hamster
Julian Grant
as Roger
Iyana Halley
as Zohara
Jason Hightower
as Reporter
Baraka May
as Cecily/Jenny
Cheryl Texiera
as Reporter
Arturo Castro
as Craig
Sarah Hay
as Girl
David Boat
Gianni Arone
as Self
Jeremy Guskin
as Young Robert
Tom Michelsen
as Dad
Sadie Stanley
as Ashley Kaul/Jules
Mahershala Ali
as Franco
Regina Taufen
Sam Richardson
as Greg
J.P. Giuliotti
as Manager
Stephanie Allynne
as Sarah
Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris
as Deborah
Tony Plana
as Bracamonte
Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine
as Keir
Ashley Marie Jones
as Camille
Sheaun McKinney
as Charles
Kristina Harrison
as Mom/Mother
Evan Girard-sun
as Young Doug
Katya Zamolodchikova
as Ochin'priyatna
Stephen Rannazzisi
as JR
Dolly Wells
as Catherine
Mary Wiseman
as Josie
Darin De Paul
as Man on Tape
Talulah Shadrick
as Young Ryoko
Keir Gilchrist
as Alex
Kevin Nealon
as Chris Carrington/Harry
Gina Gallego
as Denise
Chris McLaughlin
as Chris
Joel Allen
as Donovan
Delious Kennedy
Dale Dickey
as Sharon
Hugo Armstrong
as Steve
Jenny Leonhardt
as Larry
Linda Lavin
as Enid
Finnegan George
Finn Roberts
as Walker
Jacqueline Wright
as Elaine
Catalina Sandino Moreno
as Maria
Jillian Bell
as Sam

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 12 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 12 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 12 Episodes

Season 4

2020 | 12 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

GLAAD Media Awards 2018

Nominee

GLAAD Media Awards

Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character)

Imagen Foundation Awards 2018

Nominee

Imagen Foundation Awards

Best Supporting Actress - Television

Nominee

Imagen Foundation Awards

Best Young Actor - Television

Nominee

Imagen Foundation Awards

Best Young Actor - Television

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