‘Chernobyl,’ ‘The Boys’ Debuts, ‘Mr. Robot’ Farewell With Rami Malek Slated For Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Film Festival has announced its slate of TV offerings, including world premieres of HBO’s Chernobyl and Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys.

The lineup also includes an event marking the final season of USA’s Mr. Robot, including a screening and a farewell conversation with the show’s star, newly minted Oscar winner Rami Malek. The star will be joined by castmates Christian Slater and Carly Chaikin as well as the show’s creator, Sam Esmail.

Anniversary screenings and events are also on tap for In Living Color and The Simpsons, and the festival is also announcing a slate of indie pilots and a section called Now (New Online Work).

Tribeca, in keeping with burgeoning TV offerings at festivals such as South By Southwest, Sundance and Toronto, has showcased episodic premieres for the past few years. It also spun off a separate, TV-focused sibling in the fall,

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