The Comey Rule is a two-night occasion on Showtime, which performs a genuine story fixated on President Trump, yet what do the characters resemble, all things considered?
Initially scheduled to debut after the presidential political decision in November, the miniseries’ introduction date was changed to September so as to mirror the timeliness of the show’s topic.
In light of the diary A Higher Loyalty by previous FBI chief James Comey, The Comey Rule annals Comey’s tempestuous relationship with President Trump.
Instead of filling in as the biopic of one man, the variation investigates the dynamic among Comey and Trump and digs into how their especially various characters eventually positioned them on restricting finishes.
Composed and coordinated by Billy Ray, who scripted movies, for example, Captain Phillips and Richard Jewell, the miniseries highlights a huge cast playing genuine characters.
Jeff Daniels as James Comey
Holly Hunter as Sally Yates
Michael Kelly as Andrew McCabe
Jennifer Ehle as Patrice Comey
Scoot McNairy as Rod Rosenstein
Jonathan Banks as James Clapper
Oona Chaplin as Lisa Page
Amy Seimetz as Trisha Anderson
Steven Pasquale as Peter Strzok
Brendan Gleeson as President Donald Trump
Peter Coyote as Robert Mueller
William Sadler as Michael Flynn
- R. Knight as Reince Priebus
Kingsley Ben-Adir as President Barack Obama
Brian d’Arcy James as Mark Giuliano
Steve Zissis as Jim Baker
Shawn Doyle as Bill Priestap
Richard Thomas as Chuck Rosenberg
Seann Gallagher as Jim Rybicki
Damon Gupton as Jeh Johnson
Joe Lo Truglio as Jeff Sessions
Michael Hyatt as Loretta Lynch
Spencer Garrett as Bill Sweeney
John Bourgeois as John Brennan
Paul Bates as Denis McDonough
Anthony Bowden as George Papadopoulos
Harmon Walsh as Donald Trump Jr.
Phillip Ricio as Jared Kushner
Nicolas Von Burek as Stephen Miller
Richard Binsley as Alexander Downer
Shauna McDonald as Natalia Veselnitskaya
Tony Munch as Sergey Lavrov
Stass Klassen as Vladimir Putin