Watch Eastbound and Down Online - Full Episodes
In the HBO comedy "Eastbound and Down," Danny McBride stars as Kenny Powers, a deluded, washed-up former professional baseball player who has returned to his hometown of Shelby, North Carolina. Powers's brother Dustin (John Hawkes) and family have been kind enough to take Kenny in, and he gets a job as a physical education teacher at the local high school. His ex-girlfriend April (Katy Mixon) is an art teacher at the school, and her fiancé Terrence (Andrew Daly) is the school's principal. Powers is arrogant, obnoxious and completely blind to the part he's played in the destruction of his life and career. He's determined to get it all back.
The show's first season focuses on Kenny's efforts to revive his career and win April again, aided by loser Stevie (Steve Little), whom Kenny hires as his assistant. Season two finds Kenny and Stevie down in Mexico, where Kenny joins a Mexican baseball team and falls in love, all with disastrous results. In the third and final season of the show, Kenny returns to the United States to play in the minor leagues and learns that he is a father.
Eastbound and Down is crude, darkly funny and borders on offensive for some viewers, with a number of its comic setups and punch lines revolving around sex or drugs. A true ensemble production, it was created by McBride, writer/director Jody Hill (Observe and Report) and writer Ben Best. McBride, Hill and Best also write the show along with Shawn D. Harwell, and Hill directs with David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express). Most of them are from the South, as are some of the actors, and their depictions of and insights into small-town Southern life are hilariously accurate. Guests with terrific comic pedigree appear on the show as well, including Will Farrell (also an executive producer), Matthew McConaughey and Lily Tomlin.
Eastbound and Down Full Episode Guide:
Season 3 (32 full episodes, 8 clips available)
Season 2 (29 full episodes)
Season 1 (25 full episodes, 4 clips available)
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It's almost time for Kenny Powers to return with a new season of "Eastbound and Down," so today HBO released the new trailer for season three. Among the new footage are some looks at Kenny's gig in Myrtle Beach, good times with April, and tension with Stevie Janowski. Watch the trailer here.
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