Social Distance casts Danielle Brooks, Asante Blackk, Mike Colter and more

Social Distance CastNetflix has announced the cast for its upcoming anthology series, Social Distance, which will include Danielle Brooks, Asante Blackk, Mike Colter, Oscar Nunez, and Daphne Rubin Vega.

According to a report by Variety, the series will be in eight parts and will be set in the first few months of the global pandemic. Hilary Weisman Graham will be creator and show runner. As previously reported, the members of the cast act and film themselves from their own homes for each standalone episode. Each episode will focus on specific character relationships and their experiences as they social distance during a time of pandemic and social unrest.

All the actors will be starring alongside real-life family members and partners with whom they have been quarantined.

Here are the details on the casts for each episode:

“Brooks (Orange is the New Black) stars in an episode along with her real-life mother LaRita Brooks and her brother DJ Brooks. Also in that episode are Marsha Stephanie Blake and her real-life daughter Rocco Luna, Misha Brooks and Isabella Ferreira.

Blackk (When They See Us) stars alongside his real-life father Ayize Ma’at; Lovie Simone is also in that same episode.

Colter’s (Marvel’s Luke Cage) episode also stars Okieriete Onaodowan, real-life spouses Heather Burns and Ajay Naidu, as well as Shakira Barrera, Helena Howard, and Steven Weber with his real-life son Jack Hohnen-Weber.

Nunez (The Office) and Rubin-Vega (RENT) star in the same episode, along with Rubin-Vega’s real-life husband Tom Costanzo and son Luca Costanzo; Guillermo Diaz; Miguel Sandoval; Camila Perez; Olli Haaskivi and Giana Aragon.

Max Jenkins, Brian Jordan Alvarez, Peter Vack and Rana Roy; Peter Scanavino with real-life son Leo Bai-Scanavino, Ali Ahn, Tami Sagher, Barbara Rosenblat and Michael Mulheren; real-life spouses Becky Ann Baker and Dylan Baker with Sunita Mani and real-life spouses Raymond Anthony Thomas and Marcia Debonis; and Kylie Liya Page, Lachlan Watson, David Iacono, Will Meyers, Niles Fitch and Ava Demary.”

The episodes will also feature technology used during self-isolation, integrating Zoom and FaceTime calls and even scenes filmed through the points of view of video doorbells and nanny cams.

Social Distance will be released soon on Netflix.