Painting With John Season 2 cast: John Lurie, Nesrin Wolf, Ann Mary Gludd James. Painting With John Season 2 Release Date: 18 February 2022 (HBO). Painting With John Season 2 Episodes: 6. Painting With John Season 2 is looking full of Comedy, Reality-TV. Now I’m going to tell you all about Painting With John Season 2.
Painting With John is an American Comedy Reality-TV Show. John Lurie, Nesrin Wolf, Ann Mary Gludd James are the main cast of Painting With John Season 2. The show was developed by and starring artist, musician, actor-director, and painter John Lurie, and comprises six episodes. The show was written and directed by John Lurie, it is executive produced by Adam McKay and Todd Schulman for Hyperobject Industries, co-produced by Matt Dwyer, and with photography and editing by Erik Mockus.
Half-meditation tutorial and half fireside chat every episode of PAINTING with JOHN shows the artist sitting at his desk practicing his watercolor techniques and sharing his thoughts about the lessons he’s learned from life. The series combines images from her paintings along alongside original songs and an irreverent perspective The series explores her artistic childhood side as well as her general ambivalence toward fame while recognizing that we must make time every day to be creative and enjoyable.
Painting With John Season 2 Plot:
John forfeits his attractiveness for humankind – and the presentation of Cowboy Beckett.
Painting With John Season 2 Detail:
TV Series: Painting With John Season 2
Director: John Lurie
Writer: John Lurie
Main Stars: John Lurie, Nesrin Wolf, Ann Mary Gludd James
Genres: Comedy, Reality-TV
Country: United States
Release Date: 18 February 2022 (HBO)
IMDb Rating: 7.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%
Google Rating: 89% liked this TV show
Also known As: Festés Johnnal, Painting With John, Painting With John (2022), Painting With John Season 2
Painting With John Season 2 Cast:
John Lurie As Host
Nesrin Wolf As Self
Ann Mary Gludd James As Self
Adam McKay of Hyperobject Industries is also the executive producer for the recent HBO documentary “537 Votes”. Other television projects with HBO include “Untitled Lakers Project,” a miniature series “Untitled The Lakers Project” and an episode that is based on Julie K. Brown’s book that will be released soon about Jeffrey Epstein. Adam McKay continues to serve as executive producer for HBO’s numerous Emmy(r) as well as Golden Globe(r)-winning series “Succession.”