Poker Face is a murder mystery series where every episode leads casino worker Charlie Cale to a new cast of characters and strange crimes.
The series centers around Cale, played by Natasha Lyonne, a casino worker on the run from her boss. She is armed only with an extraordinary ability to know when someone is lying.
Detecting lies alone won’t save her. The first 10 episodes of the mystery-of-the-week series tests Cale’s mettle for solving homicides. The series was created by Rian Johnson.
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Where to Watch Poker Face on TV
Poker Face is exclusive to Peacock. Season 1 is available on the service and Season 2 has been greenlit.
The Peacock app is supported across just about any device with a screen.
Smart TVs by Samsung, Sony Bravia, Hisense, VIZIO SmartCast TVs, and LG can start watching Poker Face without a streaming device.
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Mobile devices such as Android smartphones and tablets are supported. Gamers can use an XBox and PlayStation console to watch Poker Face as well.
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How to Watch Poker Face FAQs
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When is Season 2 of Poker Face?
Poker Face has been renewed for Season 2. But there is no immediate date scheduled for release. Due to the Writer’s Guild of America strike, you shouldn’t expect to see any new episodes until well after the dispute is resolved.
How many episodes are there in Poker Face Season 1?
Season 1 has a total of 10 episodes. The first season of Poker Face was released on January 26, 2023.
Who is in the cast of Poker Face?
Here is a list of the actors and the characters they play in Poker Face.
- Adrien Brody as Sterling Frost Jr., manager of Frost Casino where Charlie works.
- Benjamin Bratt as Cliff Legrand, the head of security for Frost Casino who hunts for Charlie
- Dascha Polanco as Natalie Hill, Charlie’s best friend and co-worker
- Ron Perlman as Sterling Frost Sr., a ruthless father and owner of Frost Casino.
- Hong Chau as Marge, a trucker who Charlie befriends
- Megan Suri as Sara, a convenience store worker that both Jed and Damian have a crush on
- Brandon Micheal Hall as Damian, a friendly Subway worker
- Lil Rel Howery as Taffy Boyle, the co-owner and business side of a popular barbecue restaurant
- Danielle Macdonald as Mandy Boyle, Taffy’s sister-in-law who works with him and George
- Shane Paul McGhie as Austin / Hanky T. Pickins, a bored radio station secretary with a talent for voice acting
- Larry Brown as George Boyle, the co-owner and chef of Taffy’s restaurant who Charlie befriends
- Chloë Sevigny as Ruby Ruin, the leader and vocalist of the band Doxxxology, who struggles to find success and hires Charlie
- Nicholas Cirillo as Gavin, a drummer and big Doxxxology fan
- Chuck Cooper as Deuteronomy, Doxxxology’s roadie
- John Darnielle as Al, Doxxxology’s guitarist
- G.K. Umeh as Eskie, Doxxxology’s bassist
- Judith Light as Irene Smothers, a resident of a retirement home
- S. Epatha Merkerson as Joyce Harris, a resident of a retirement home
- K Callan as Betty, a nosy resident of the retirement home
- Reed Birney as Ben / Gabriel, a new resident of Joyce and Irene’s community that they have a past with
- Simon Helberg as Luca Clark, an FBI agent
- Ellen Barkin as Kathleen Townsend, an actress with a fading career
- Tim Meadows as Michael Graves, a mostly retired actor
- Audrey Corsa as Rebecca, the young third actor in Kathleen’s play
- Jameela Jamil as Ava, Michael’s wealthy wife
- Tim Blake Nelson as Keith Owens, an aging racer
- Charles Melton as Davis McDowell, a young racer
- Leslie Silva as Donna Owens, Owens’s wife
- Angel Desai as Jean McDowell, Davis’s mother
- Jasmine Aiyana Garvin as Katy Owens, Owens’s daughter
- Jack Alcott as Randy, Davis’s friend who helps him with his car
- Nick Nolte as Arthur Liptin, the co-founder of LAM, a pioneer visual effects company
- Cherry Jones as Laura, the co-founder of LAM
- Luis Guzmán as Raoul, LAM’s archivist
- Rowan Blanchard as Lily Albern, an actress who worked on LAM’s first film
- Tim Russ as Max, the co-founder of LAM
- Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Trey Nelson, a wealthy man on house arrest for insider trading
- David Castañeda as Jimmy Silva, Trey’s estranged friend who runs a lodge
- Stephanie Hsu as Mortimer “Morty” Bernstein, a drifter and petty thief
- Clea DuVall as Emily Cale, Charlie’s estranged sister
- Rhea Perlman as Beatrix Hasp, Frost Sr.’s rival
Is Poker Face on Netflix?
No. You will not find Poker Face on Netflix. The TV series is a Peacock Original. You can watch new episodes of Season 1 on Peacock Premium or Premium Plus.
Is Poker Face on Amazon Prime?
No. Poker Face is not on Amazon Prime. You can find every episode of Poker Face streaming on Peacock.
Where can I watch Poker Face?
You can sign up for Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus. A subscription starts at $5.99 per month, and you can get a free 7-day trial.
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