Showtime is scheduled to premiere its new series Black Monday in January, as today we get our first look at the forthcoming comedy series. The show is produced and co-directed by Seth Rogen, alongside Evan Goldberg.

Black Monday heads back in time to October 19, 1987, aka Black Monday, the day of Wall Street's worst stock market crash ever. The Showtime series then delves into exactly what went wrong on that infamous day, thanks to a group of misfits who ended up wrecking the world’s largest financial system.

Don Cheadle stars in the show with Andrew Rannells and Regina Hall, while Paul Scheer, Yassir Lester, Michael James Scott, Eugene Cordero, Casey Wilson, Ken Marino, and Kurt Braunohler also feature. Created by David Caspe and Jordan Cahan, Black Monday comes to Showtime in January of next year.

Watch the trailer above.

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