Reservation Dogs Season 2 Adds New Cast Tamara Podemski

Season 1 of Reservation Dogs premeired on August 9 on FX on Hulu in the United States. In Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Ireland, as well as the United States, you can stream it as a Star Original on Disney+.

Reservation Dogs, a half-hour comedy from Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi, follows the adventures of four indigenous Oklahoma teenagers who rob, steal, and save their way to the exotic, mysterious, and far-away state of California. With the show’s groundbreaking Indigenous creative team, audiences are taken on an unexpectedly familiar and hilarious journey.

D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Devery Jacobs, Paulina Alexis, and Lane Factor are among the cast members of the television series.

All Indigenous writers and directors, as well as an almost entirely Indigenous North American cast and production team, are featured in this innovative and unique show.

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Tamara Podemski is leaving the Outer Range to join the cast of FX’s Reservation Dogs for the highly anticipated second season in the wide-open lands of Oklahoma.

In a three-episode arc, Podemski will play Bear Smallhill’s aunt, a role that has been confirmed by Variety. Sterlin Harjo, the show’s co-creator and executive producer, will have another chance to collaborate with her when she appears on the show in the near future.

 

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In the past, the two worked together on the film Four Sheets to the Wind, in which Podemski received critical acclaim for her performance as a starring actor. Harjo won the Special Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival for this film, which served as his debut feature as a director.

Tamara Podemski is a Top Actress in Canada and US

One of Canada and the United States’ top Indigenous actors, Podemski has long advocated for the inclusion of more Indigenous actors and actresses in film and television, particularly Westerns.

Reservation Dogs season 2
Reservation Dogs season 2

Her time on Reservation Dogs, where she will reprise her role as Deputy Sheriff Joy from Prime Video’s Western sci-fi series Outer Range, will bring even more excellent acting to the show while maintaining her commitment to bringing Indigenous stories to the fore.

In an interview with Variety, the actress stated that the Western genre “does not include Indigenous ideas and truths” and that she wouldn’t be able to step into a world like that, adding, “I’ve been fighting too hard in my fight for representation in television and in Hollywood. The work I do here is what I was born to do.”

Achievements of Tamara Podemski

For her work on her sister’s documentary series Future History, Podemski was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award in the category of Best Writing in a Factual Program or Series at the 8th Canadian Screen Awards in 2020.

 

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At the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, she received a special jury award for dramatic performance, and she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female for her performance in the film Four Sheets to the Wind.

Tamara Podemski has also won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the 9th Canadian Screen Awards in 2021 for her role as Alison Trent in the television series Coroner.

As a result, her time on Season 2 of Reservation Dogs will come as a welcome breath of fresh air. A group of four Native American teenagers in Oklahoma is the focus of the new series from co-creator and executive producer Taika Waititi.

The show depicts a group of teenagers on a desperate search for a way out of the country, specifically to California, through pranks and robberies. In addition to Woon-A-Tai, the cast includes Devery Jacobs, Paulina Alexis, Lane Factor, and others.

There is a high degree of Indigenous representation in both the cast and crew of the show, with each writer, director, and regular hailing from the community of Indigenous people.

Aside from being nominated for a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Comedy Series, it has won two Independent Spirit Awards and has received numerous other honors and awards.

When you have a show like Reservation Dogs that has won multiple awards, it is impossible to predict how far it will go in the future. As a result, the second season is sure to be even better than the first one.

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