Barry (TV series)

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Barry
Barry logo.svg
Genre
Created by
Starring
Opening theme"Change for the World" by Charles Bradley
ComposerDavid Wingo
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes24 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • Alec Berg
  • Bill Hader
  • Aida Rodgers
Producers
Cinematography
Editors
  • Jeff Buchanan
  • Kyle Reiter
  • Franky Guttman
  • Ali Greer
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time26–35 minutes
Production companies
  • Alec Berg Inc.
  • Hanarply
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original networkHBO
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio format5.1 surround
Original releaseMarch 25, 2018 (2018-03-25) –
present (present)

Barry is an American black comedy crime drama television series created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader that premiered on HBO on March 25, 2018. Hader stars as Barry Berkman, a hitman from Cleveland who travels to Los Angeles to kill someone but finds himself joining an acting class taught by Gene Cousineau (Henry Winkler), where he meets aspiring actress Sally Reed (Sarah Goldberg) and begins to question his path in life as he deals with his criminal associates such as Monroe Fuches (Stephen Root) and NoHo Hank (Anthony Carrigan). The second season premiered on March 31, 2019. In April 2019, HBO renewed the series for a third season, which premiered on April 24, 2022. In May 2022, the series was renewed for an eight-episode fourth season.

Barry has received critical acclaim, with most praise going to its directing, writing, originality, humor, characters, and performances (particularly Hader's). The series has received various accolades, including 44 Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Hader won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series twice, while Winkler won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance in the first season. For the second season, Winkler, Root, and Carrigan all received Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor, while Goldberg received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. The show has been nominated three times for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Premise

Barry follows Barry Berkman, a U.S. Marine and Afghanistan veteran from Cleveland, who works as a hitman. Lonely and dissatisfied with life, he travels to Los Angeles to kill a target and finds a new sense of purpose when he joins a class full of aspiring actors. Despite his efforts to leave behind his criminal history and become an actor himself, he struggles to escape his dark past.[8]

Cast and characters

Main

  • Bill Hader as Barry Berkman / Barry Block, a depressed U.S. Marine and Afghanistan veteran turned low-level hitman who finds himself drawn towards human connection among a community of aspiring actors. A mentally unstable yet exceptional assassin, Barry longs to put his criminal history behind him to become a full-time performer, but can't seem to stop his bloody past from creeping into the new life he tries to build for himself. The character’s struggle with anxiety in a profession he’s gifted in was inspired by Hader’s tenure as a cast member on Saturday Night Live.[9]
  • Stephen Root as Monroe Fuches, an old family friend of Barry's who groomed him for a career as a hitman after Barry left the Marines. Fuches is cowardly, manipulative, and self-centered, refusing to believe he’s been anything but good to Barry, despite consistently abusing him whilst dragging his protege back into a life of crime to serve his own personal interest, be it money, power, or revenge.
  • Sarah Goldberg as Sally Reed, an aspiring and talented but struggling actress from Joplin, Missouri in Barry's acting class who becomes romantically involved with him to dysfunctional results. Seemingly good-natured but extremely selfish and envious, Sally is focused on becoming a famous actress while frequently alternating between bouts of narcissism and self-hatred as both a person and an artist.
  • Glenn Fleshler as Goran Pazar (season 1; guest season 3), the leader of the Chechen mafia who employs Barry to kill a man who has been sleeping with his wife.
  • Anthony Carrigan as NoHo Hank, an effusively positive and naive member of the Chechen mafia and Goran's right-hand man. Hank quickly becomes attached to Barry, who does not reciprocate his attempts at friendship. He later becomes the leader of the Chechen mafia himself, but struggles with the responsibility of running an organized crime ring when he is not an inherently violent person. Originally planned to die in the pilot, Carrigan’s performance impressed the show’s creators enough that his character was spared and made a series regular.[10]
  • Henry Winkler as Gene Cousineau, an eccentric acting coach and Barry's mentor, whose glory days as a performer are long behind him, having alienated his industry colleagues and loved ones. Cousineau is incredibly self-obsessed, and rarely seems to help out his students unless there is something of value in it for him. Despite this, Gene makes a connection with and serves as a father figure to Barry, helping him come to terms with some of the atrocities he has committed throughout his life.
  • Sarah Burns as Detective Mae Dunn (seasons 3-present; recurring: season 2),[11] A naïve and obtuse investigator who becomes Loach's partner.

Recurring

  • Paula Newsome as Detective Janice Moss (season 1; guest: season 2), a police officer investigating the murder of Ryan Madison.
  • John Pirruccello as Detective John Loach (seasons 1–2), Moss's perpetually depressed partner who later finds himself investigating Barry.
  • Michael Irby as Cristobal Sifuentes, the leader of the Bolivian mafia, and later Hank's love interest.
  • D'Arcy Carden as Natalie Greer, an actress and Sally's friend. Natalie often serves as Cousineau's personal assistant during acting class, and later becomes Sally's assistant on her television series.
  • Gary Kraus as Chief Krauss, the chief of police, nicknamed the 'Big Cat'.
  • Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Sasha Baxter (seasons 1–2), a British actress in Cousineau's acting class.
  • Darrell Britt-Gibson as Jermaine Jefrint, an actor in Cousineau's acting class.
  • Andy Carey as Eric (seasons 1–2), an actor in Cousineau's class with a proclivity for slam poetry and rap, neither of which he has any talent for.
  • Alejandro Furth as Antonio Manuel (seasons 1–2), a Puerto Rican actor in Cousineau's class.
  • Rightor Doyle as Nick Nicholby, a flamboyantly gay actor in Cousineau's class.
  • Mark Ivanir as Vacha / Ruslan (season 1; guest: season 3), twin brothers and Chechen assassins working for Goran. Ruslan is a sadistic and skilled torturer but considered overly theatrical and irritating by his colleagues.
  • Chris Marquette as Chris Lucado (season 1; guest: season 3), a former Marine logistics officer and one of Barry's only friends.
  • Karen David as Sharon Lucado (seasons 1 & 3), Chris' wife
  • Dale Pavinski as Taylor Garrett (season 1), a former soldier and one of Chris' friends.
  • Marcus Brown as Vaughn (season 1), a former soldier and Chris and Taylor's friend.
  • Robert Curtis Brown as Mike Hallman (season 1), a talent agent who helps Sally book acting auditions.
  • Cameron Britton as Simmer (season 1)
  • Jessy Hodges as Lindsay Mandel (seasons 2–3), Sally's agent.
  • Nikita Bogolyubov as Mayrbek (season 2; guest: season 3), a star pupil of the new Chechen army and Barry's protégé, earning him the nickname "Baby Barry”.
  • Troy Caylak as Akhmal (seasons 2–3), a member of the Chechen mafia who often serves as Hank's right-hand man.
  • JB Blanc as Batir (seasons 2–3), a Chechen mobster and Hank's immediate boss.
  • Nick Gracer as Yandal (seasons 2–3), a member of the Chechen mafia
  • James Hiroyuki Liao as Special Agent Albert Nguyen (seasons 2–3), a former Marine who served alongside Barry. He later arrives in LA to help investigate Moss' death as an FBI agent.
  • Andrew Leeds as Leo Cousineau (seasons 2–3), Gene's estranged son and an organic farmer.
  • Patricia Fa'asua as Esther (season 2; guest: season 3), the Burmese gang leader.
  • Elizabeth Perkins as Diane Villa (season 3), a major TV producer and head of streaming service BanShe.
  • Elsie Fisher as Katie (season 3), a teenage actress playing the role of Chloe in Sally's TV series Joplin
  • Miguel Sandoval as Fernando (season 3), the head of the Bolivian mafia and Cristobal’s father-in-law.
  • Eli Michael Kaplan as Gordon Cousineau (season 3), Gene's grandson and Leo's son.
  • Laura San Giacomo as Annie (season 3), a theater director and Gene's ex-girlfriend.
  • Fred Melamed as Tom Posorro (season 3), Gene's agent.
  • Robert Wisdom as Jim Moss (season 3), Janice's father.
  • Jolene Van Vugt as Traci (season 3), Taylor's sister.

Guest

Episodes

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 25, 2018 (2018-03-25)May 13, 2018 (2018-05-13)
28March 31, 2019 (2019-03-31)May 19, 2019 (2019-05-19)
38April 24, 2022 (2022-04-24)June 12, 2022 (2022-06-12)

Season 1 (2018)

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11"Chapter One: Make Your Mark"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderMarch 25, 2018 (2018-03-25)0.564[12]
Contract killer Barry Berkman arrives in Los Angeles, hired by Chechen mob boss Goran Pazar to kill Ryan Madison for having an affair with Goran's wife. Barry follows Ryan to an acting class taught by Gene Cousineau, where Ryan convinces Barry to perform a scene with him. Despite a poor performance, Ryan befriends Barry and invites him to a bar with the class, where Barry takes an interest in actor Sally Reed. Barry drives a drunk Ryan home, which is witnessed by Noho Hank, Goran's second-in-command. The next day, Barry's handler Monroe Fuches arrives and warns Barry that the Chechens will kill them if Barry does not kill Ryan. That night, Barry tells Gene that he is a hitman but wants a different life. Gene, believing the confession is an improvised performance, gives Barry another chance at his class, and Barry introduces himself as "Barry Block", a stage name Ryan devised. Barry decides to kill Ryan but finds Ryan is already dead and the Chechens prepared to shoot him, too. Barry shoots the Chechens, unaware that their lipstick camera has recorded him. At a nearby diner, while police cars speed past, Barry tells his waitress that he is an actor.
22"Chapter Two: Use It"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderApril 1, 2018 (2018-04-01)0.641[13]
LAPD detectives investigate the murders of Ryan and the Chechen mobsters and discover the Russian lipstick camera left by Hank but cannot figure out how it works. Barry and Fuches are kidnapped by the Chechens, and Fuches is tortured via tooth-filing until Barry reluctantly agrees to carry out one last hit on an informant. Gene tells his class that Ryan was murdered, and the students plan an on-stage memorial service, each performing a piece in Ryan's honor. Sally asks Barry to perform a scene from Doubt, the last piece she and Ryan performed together in the class. At the service, Ryan's father delivers an impassioned speech, causing Barry significant distress because he has never before seen the aftermath of his killings. Shaken, Barry declines to perform the Doubt piece. As he walks Sally home, she expresses her desire to have sex with him, but he declines her advances and rushes off. From afar, a Chechen takes photos of Sally.
33"Chapter Three: Make the Unsafe Choice"Bill HaderDuffy BoudreauApril 8, 2018 (2018-04-08)0.595[14]
Barry is ready to kill the Chechens' next target, Paco, but NoHo Hank tells him to wait. Goran's new assassin, Stovka, arrives and is instructed to kill Barry and Fuches once Barry returns. Fuches attempts to talk Stovka out of killing him, and Stovka ends up killing himself instead. Detectives Moss and Loach learn of Ryan's connection to Goran and question Gene and his students. Barry helps Sally prepare for an audition, where Sally is devastated to find that the lead actress is a former friend she had worked with on a failed TV series, and cries during her audition. Barry again prepares to kill Paco but is interrupted by a phone call from Sally, who vents about her problems and begs him to come over. Barry misses his chance to kill Paco with a sniper rifle, so breaks into his house and strangles him to death. Barry then goes to Sally's house, where they have sex and Barry daydreams about a happy future with her but is haunted by Paco's last words which mean "you don't have to do this".
44"Chapter Four: Commit... to YOU"Maggie CareySarah SolemaniApril 15, 2018 (2018-04-15)0.511[15]
Barry reconnects with Chris, an old military friend. Fuches gives Barry his next job: to raid a Bolivian stash house for Goran, but Barry believes it to be too dangerous and backs out. Sally prepares for an audition with her agent, who makes an unwelcome advance and claims he was only joking. At the audition, the casting assistant tells Sally that her agent does not represent her and sends her home in tears. Detective Moss meets with Gene at a restaurant, expecting pertinent information about the case; realizing it is a date, she stays anyway. Police techs unlock the lipstick camera, showing Barry as an obscure, silhouetted figure. At a party, Barry presents Sally with an expensive new laptop as a gift, making her uncomfortable since she barely knows him. Barry invites Chris, who brings two other rowdy marines, Vaughn and Taylor. Barry continues to misinterpret his relationship with Sally, and with the marines encouraging him to assert himself, he oversteps and angers Sally. After the party, Taylor finds Barry's notes on the stash house raid and tells Barry that he wants to take part.
55"Chapter Five: Do Your Job"Hiro MuraiBen SmithApril 22, 2018 (2018-04-22)0.643[16]
Sally suggests to Barry that they should take a break from each other, only to discover they have been cast as scene partners in the Shakespeare showcase. Detective Moss returns to the acting class and re-interviews Barry and two others who are consistent with the image from the lipstick camera. Barry provides an alibi with the help of Fuches, who tells him to kill Taylor once the raid is done; Barry reluctantly agrees despite his qualms about killing a fellow marine. The acting class discusses the morality of Macbeth, and Barry, feeling the moral weight of his profession, has an emotional outburst, yelling at the class that he has killed people. The class assumes this confession is about Barry's time in the military, while Gene condemns the idea of killing outside of war. That night, Barry and Taylor successfully raid the stash house, killing several men, with Taylor doing most of the killing as well as saving Barry's life. The next morning, Barry meets with Fuches, who is happy to see Barry alive. Taylor soon joins, revealing Barry did not follow Fuches's advice.
66"Chapter Six: Listen With Your Ears, React With Your Face"Hiro MuraiEmily HellerApril 29, 2018 (2018-04-29)0.560[17]
Barry and Fuches survey a desert airstrip used by Bolivian drug lord Cristobal Sifuentes, and Fuches tells Barry he wants Taylor gone. At the stash house, Goran forbids Vacha from killing Barry to avenge his brother's death. After spending the night with Gene, Detective Moss ends their relationship as she is investigating his class. At Taylor's apartment, Barry suggests that Taylor work for Fuches in his place, but Taylor says Barry should kill Fuches. Without Barry's knowledge, Taylor puts half of the stash house money into Barry's backpack, in place of Gene's acting textbook. At acting class, Barry finds the money and hides it. Vacha arrives at the class and follows Sally to her car, but bumps into Moss, who has come to rekindle her relationship with Gene. Vacha runs, and Moss kills him in a shootout. A search warrant is executed at the acting class and the hidden money is found. Barry tells Taylor he will do the job alone, but Taylor arrives with Vaughn and Chris to rapidly storm the airstrip, following Gene's advice from the book. Taylor recklessly drives them to the airfield, where Taylor and Vaughn are shot dead at long range by the Bolivians.
77"Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going"Alec BergLiz SarnoffMay 6, 2018 (2018-05-06)0.636[18]
Barry and Chris are the only survivors of the botched attack. After Chris kills a Bolivian gang member, the two escape the airfield and return to Los Angeles. Going immediately to rehearsal, Barry gives poor line delivery and is berated by Sally and Gene. The Chechens receive a call from their assassination target, Cristobal, who says that he would have gladly shared the stash house with them but now is forced to declare war. Goran, furious with Fuches and believing Barry dead, orders NoHo Hank to kill Fuches. Moss learns that there was a "military guy" involved in the Chechen–Bolivian violence and suspects Barry, but Taylor is already linked to Ryan by evidence. A visibly shaken Chris tells Barry that he intends to go to the police to clear his conscience. In an act of self-preservation, Barry kills Chris and begins to suffer an emotional breakdown. Arriving late to the class's Shakespeare night, Barry delivers his single line with such emotional intensity that the audience becomes captivated and Sally receives a confidence boost, impressing an agent she had invited.
88"Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth"Alec BergAlec Berg & Bill HaderMay 13, 2018 (2018-05-13)0.548[19]
Barry takes his share of their money from Fuches before assaulting him and telling him that he's done with his life of crime. Fuches tells Goran that Barry is alive and should be killed, but Goran prepares to kill Fuches instead. Hank alerts Barry, who promptly kills Goran and others holding Fuches, forcing Fuches out of Los Angeles. Hank assumes leadership of the Chechens and makes an alliance with the Bolivians. Moss discovers Ryan's copy of Gene's book in Taylor's apartment, believing the two had conspired to bait the Chechens and Bolivians into war. The LAPD discover the bodies at Goran's house and conclude the Bolivians were responsible, closing the case. Barry rejoins the acting class, starting a relationship with Sally. A few weeks later, Gene invites Barry, Sally and Moss to his country home. Gene tells Moss of the monologue Barry gave about being a hitman, intriguing Moss to discover a link between Barry, Chris, and Taylor on Facebook. Barry begs her not to pursue things further. When she refuses, he retrieves a hidden gun, and shots ring out. Barry returns to the still-sleeping Sally, and declares, yet again, that his criminal life is over.

Season 2 (2019)

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91"The Show Must Go On, Probably?"Hiro MuraiAlec Berg & Bill HaderMarch 31, 2019 (2019-03-31)0.532[20]
Weeks after Moss' disappearance, the police close the case over a lack of leads, sending Gene further into grief-stricken isolation. Gene eventually visits his students after a long absence and tells them he intends to shut down the acting class, but Barry convinces him to continue teaching by recounting his first killing while serving as Marine. Hank finds his thriving partnership with Cristobal threatened by Esther, a Burmese gang leader the Bolivians want to bring into their operation. Hank, facing retaliation from his family for failing to kill Goran's assassin, pins the blame on Esther to protect Barry. He seeks help from Barry, who furiously turns him away for approaching him in public. Hank later approaches Barry again, reminding him that he owes Hank his life, and threatens to kill Barry and his friends unless Barry kills Esther. Fuches, meanwhile, is arrested in Cleveland after hiring a new hitman to replace Barry. Unbeknownst to him, his DNA is matched to a missing tooth found at Goran's murder. Detective Loach uses this information to connect Fuches to Barry, surmising that Barry is the man in the lipstick camera's footage.
102"The Power of No"Hiro MuraiTaofik KoladeApril 7, 2019 (2019-04-07)0.424[21]
Hank enlists Barry to kill Esther, but Barry is reluctant to return to a life of killing. Gene, inspired by Barry's tale of his first kill, tasks the acting class with writing and performing a short piece that encapsulates their own personal truth. Barry, not wanting his "truth" to be death, convinces Gene to let him tell the story of the day they met. However, after attempting to reconnect with his estranged son Leo, an organic farmer, Gene realizes that he is too self-absorbed and tells Barry that he must tell the Afghanistan story. Sally has found minor success under her new agents, but becomes frustrated at being cast in insignificant roles. Her agent Lindsay sympathizes and urges her to bide her time until the right role comes along. Loach tracks down Fuches in Ohio, and convinces him to return to Los Angeles and elicit a confession from Barry in order to keep himself out of jail. Barry finds himself unable to carry out the hit on Esther, and narrowly escapes from the furious Burmese mob. Barry finds Fuches waiting for him upon returning home, and angrily rebuffs him while a frustrated Loach watches from a surveillance van.
113"Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday"Minkie SpiroJason KimApril 14, 2019 (2019-04-14)1.78[22]
Hank attempts to kill Barry after learning of the failed hit on Esther, but Barry foils the assassination attempt. He offers to train Hank and his men so that Hank can eliminate the Burmese himself, restoring Hank's partnership with Cristobal while fulfilling Barry's debt to Hank. For his scene, Barry decides to tell a different story from the war, in which he saved his friend Albert while serving in the Korangal Valley, but struggles to cast himself in a positive light. Fuches again approaches Barry, who welcomes him this time and asks for advice on how to tell the Korengal story; Fuches advises against it and the two have an emotional reunion, further frustrating Loach. Sally decides to tell the story of the night she left her abusive ex-husband Sam, but feels ashamed that she never stood up to him, and instead writes a version of the story painting her in a stronger light. Barry is reluctant at having to choke Sally while playing the role of Sam; Sally and Gene berate him to get him in the right headspace, but Barry storms out. Sally follows and attempts to reason with him, but shuts down upon realizing Sam has arrived in Los Angeles.
124"What?!"Liza JohnsonDuffy BoudreauApril 21, 2019 (2019-04-21)1.94[23]
Barry and Sally have dinner with Sam, where Barry is barely able to contain his rage. Barry later asks why Sally was so welcoming to Sam; Sally breaks down and admits that she never stood up to Sam. Sally becomes distraught about telling the truth about her relationship with Sam onstage, but Barry assures her that it is sometimes appropriate to keep secrets. Barry later notices Sam sneaking into the theater to watch Sally rehearse her scene; he confronts Sam, who insults Sally and drives away. Sam later invites Sally to his hotel to receive a gift; Sally goes despite her better judgment, where Sam attempts to coerce her out of performing her scene to preserve his reputation. Barry, who secretly followed Sally to the hotel to kill Sam, nearly shoots her when she opens the door to leave. An ashamed Barry visits Gene and opens up about Korengal, revealing that he killed an innocent civilian in a blind rage after Albert was shot. Gene, shaken by Barry's confession, agrees that he should not share the story with the class, but reassures him that people can change their nature. His spirits lifted, Barry goes to Fuches's hotel to share Gene's advice, but is cornered by Loach into confessing to Moss' murder. However, instead of arresting Barry, Loach blackmails him into killing his ex-wife's lover.
135"ronny/lily"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderApril 28, 2019 (2019-04-28)2.03[24]
Barry finds Ronny, Loach's ex-wife's lover, at his house and attempts to negotiate a peaceful deal. However, he discovers that Ronny is a Taekwondo master, and the two fight until Ronny collapses from a broken windpipe. Ronny's daughter Lily, also proficient in Taekwondo, comes home and viciously attacks Barry before fleeing. Barry, left with a stab wound, urges Fuches to take him to a hospital, but Fuches instead drives to a drugstore and shoddily stitches up Barry's wound himself. Fuches drives around the neighborhood looking for Lily, but gives up on killing her after watching her scale a tree and sit perched for hours on a roof. That night, Barry rips his stitches; Fuches attempts to close the wound with superglue, but ends up gluing his hands to the steering wheel. Lily sneaks into the car and bites off a piece of Fuches's cheek before escaping. Barry and Fuches return to the drugstore, where Barry finds Ronny alive and ready to fight again. Loach arrives and shoots Ronny, but Ronny kills him effortlessly before being shot dead by other police officers. Barry flees and returns to Fuches's car, contemplating their relationship.
146"The Truth Has a Ring to It"Alec BergEmily HellerMay 5, 2019 (2019-05-05)1.99[25]
Barry, infuriated that Fuches turned on him, breaks off their relationship for good and returns to acting class. Once there, he discovers that Sally has rewritten her scene to tell the truth about her relationship with Sam, but is mortified after doing a cold reading for the class. Barry asks for Gene's help, requesting that Gene help him perform well in Sally's scene in lieu of writing his own. Gene tells Barry to use his own story to find the emotion in Sally's. Onstage, Barry taps into his trauma over killing Detective Moss and delivers a spectacular performance, much to Gene's satisfaction. Lindsay, having witnessed the entire performance, offers to help Sally use it to branch out in her career. Meanwhile, Barry has finished training the Chechens, and Hank gives Barry a pin as a gift for having repaid his debt. Mayrbek, a young Chechen, thanks Barry for giving him purpose and improving his prowess as a soldier. As Hank prepares to ambush Esther, he is surprised to find that his whole army has been captured after an accordion player he had previously insulted sold them out to Esther and Cristobal. Fuches, furious at Barry, begins to comb through the woods near Gene's cabin and eventually finds the car containing Moss's body.
157"The Audition"Alec BergLiz SarnoffMay 12, 2019 (2019-05-12)1.87[26]
Sally turns down an offer to star in a series about abused women killing their husbands, believing it to be revenge porn. She becomes envious of Barry after he easily lands an audition for a lead role in a feature film directed by Jay Roach. Lindsay offers Sally the chance to have the acting class perform their scenes before a large audience to get Sally's story out into the world. After Hank's men escape the attempt on their lives by the Bolivians and Burmese, they abandon Hank due to his poor leadership and turn to Mayrbek as their leader. Gene does not appear at Barry's audition; Barry discovers he is with Fuches, who is posing as a private detective to lead Gene to Moss's body. After hearing Gene explain how Barry was lost until he came to his class, an infuriated Fuches leads him to Moss's car. After opening the trunk and showing Moss's body to the distraught Gene, Fuches calls the police and confesses to murdering her, pretending to be Gene. Fuches then raises a gun to Gene's head while Barry races through the forest.
168"berkman ﹥ block"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderMay 19, 2019 (2019-05-19)2.21[27]
Unable to bring himself to shoot Gene, Fuches whispers something in his ear and flees. Barry and Gene are taken into custody; Barry is soon released while Gene is arrested on suspicion of killing Moss. Barry vows to kill Fuches. Gene's students perform their scenes in a large theater secured by Lindsay. Sally changes her scene with Barry mid-performance and portrays herself confidently denouncing Sam, played by Barry; the performance is applauded by the audience, but Sally is dismayed that her acclaim is now founded on a lie. Hank and the Chechens move into a Buddhist monastery previously held by the Burmese and prepare for war with the Burmese and Bolivians. Fuches, seeking protection from Barry, brokers a peace between all three gangs. The police release Gene to his son Leo after finding Hank's Chechen pin on Moss' body, planted there by Barry. Barry is relieved to hear of Gene's release, but then receives a text from Hank revealing Fuches' location. Barry travels to the monastery and kills nearly everyone there in a rage, including Esther and Mayrbek; Fuches escapes while Hank survives. Hank's successor Batir arrives from Chechnya and is pleased with Hank for seemingly killing Esther. Later that evening, Gene suddenly remembers Fuches whispering that Barry killed Moss.

Season 3 (2022)

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171"forgiving jeff"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderApril 24, 2022 (2022-04-24)0.249[28]
A depressed Barry returns to contract killing, taking jobs on the dark web while still auditioning for acting work. His relationship with Sally has become lifeless, as Sally has become preoccupied with writing and starring in Joplin, a semi-autobiographical TV series. Hank is questioned by the police regarding Moss's murder and the monastery shooting; he diverts their attention away from Barry by identifying Fuches (who is hiding in Chechnya) as the culprit, claiming he is a high-level Chechen assassin. The police, believing Barry's alibi and unable to verify Fuches's real identity, accept Hank's statement and relay it to Gene, who refuses to believe that Barry is blameless. Barry approaches Hank, who is now in a romantic relationship with Cristobal, and asks him for work, but Hank turns him away. Gene meets privately with Barry and threatens him at gunpoint over Moss's murder, but his prop gun falls apart. Barry subdues Gene and takes him to the outskirts of the city, preparing to execute him. Gene pleads for his life, telling Barry that he can earn his forgiveness. Barry then has an idea, telling Gene to get into the trunk of his car.
182"limonada"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderMay 1, 2022 (2022-05-01)0.294[29]
Barry attempts to convince Sally to cast Gene in her show, believing that steady acting work will lighten his spirits and will eventually lead to Gene’s forgiveness. Sally tells Barry her bosses won't allow it, and Barry reacts by viciously shouting at her in the production offices. Barry books another audition through Allison Jones, who also refuses to work with Gene. Cristobal's father-in-law Fernando arrives in LA and organizes a raid on the Chechens' compound. Cristobal tips off Hank, allowing the Chechens to escape before the raid occurs. Cristobal later breaks up with Hank to protect him from danger. Sally is forced to move the premiere of her series up by several weeks to avoid competing with another series, thereby committing her to a grueling press junket. Barry has a successful audition, landing a role for himself and getting a part for Gene as an extra. However, upon leaving the audition, he finds that Gene has escaped from the trunk of his car. Barry intercepts Gene at Leo's house and threatens to kill both Leo and his son if Gene doesn't cooperate.
193"ben mendelsohn"Alec BergEmma BarrieMay 8, 2022 (2022-05-08)0.299[30]
The Chechens return to their raided heroin operation; Batir, unaware that Cristobal aided their escape, proposes retaliation against the Bolivians. Hank instead proposes bringing Fuches back to the U.S. for assistance, but Fuches refuses, still fearing Barry's wrath. Cristobal successfully convinces Fernando to back down from fighting the Chechens for territory. Batir, meanwhile, buys a bomb to use against the Bolivians, and Hank suggests hiring Barry to carry out the assassination. Sally embarks on her press tour; Katie, a young actress who witnessed Barry's outburst, struggles to convey her concerns about Barry to the production team. Barry and Gene prepare for their roles on the series Laws of Humanity; Gene realizes he inadvertently tipped Janice off to Barry's crimes at the cabin. While filming their scene together, Gene lashes out at Barry and storms off the set. Barry receives a call from Fuches attempting to make amends, but Barry rebuffs him. He later accepts Hank's request to kill Fernando, raising Batir's suspicions. Fuches begins plotting revenge against Barry.
204"all the sauces"Alec BergJason KimMay 15, 2022 (2022-05-15)0.270[31]
Fuches returns to the U.S., visiting the families of Barry's victims as his PI persona. He gives Barry's address to both the widow and son of one victim as well as to Ryan Madison's father. Barry places the Chechens' bomb in Cristobal's home to kill Fernando and his men, but his remote detonator app malfunctions. Cristobal returns to the house and is confronted by Fernando, who has learned of his relationship with Hank. Cristobal refuses to cooperate and escapes right as Barry's phone connects and detonates the bomb, injuring Cristobal. Barry returns Cristobal to Hank, who pays him. Gene prepares to flee LA with Leo and his grandson, but learns from his agent that his reputation has vastly improved after his mentorship of Barry was publicized. After Joplin's premiere – which Barry misses due to his job with Hank – Katie warns Sally that her relationship with Barry is abusive. Barry visits Gene to give him the money he received from Hank, promising to stay out of his life. Barry then visits Sally outside the premiere, where Sally breaks up with him. Elsewhere, the widow, Julie, and her son Kyle purchase a firearm to kill Barry.
215"crazytimesh*tshow"Alec BergEmily HellerMay 22, 2022 (2022-05-22)0.257[32]
Barry's fellow Marine Albert Nguyen, now an FBI Special Agent, consults in the police's investigation into Moss's murder and pushes them to pursue more leads. Barry asks for relationship advice from Hank and Cristobal, who suggest he express himself more sincerely to Sally. Elena, Fernando's daughter and Cristobal's wife, arrives in Los Angeles looking for her father's killer, leading another raid on the Chechens' compound and later kidnapping Cristobal while Hank hides in the closet. Gene attends a dinner party hosted by Joe Mantegna, where he apologizes for his past behavior, but Annie, a theater director he once dated, rebukes him for ruining her career after she left him. Sally is devastated to learn that Joplin has been canceled by its streaming platform, BanShe, after failing to hit the site's target demographic. Barry tries to console her by suggesting detailed ways to psychologically torment BanShe's CEO, causing a horrified Sally to kick him out. As Barry leaves, Julie and Kyle attempt to kill him, but Julie accidentally shoots Kyle in the stomach and drives off in a panic while Barry walks away.
226"710N"Bill HaderDuffy BoudreauMay 29, 2022 (2022-05-29)0.210[33]
Fuches directs a biker gang led by Taylor's sister Traci to go after Barry. One of the members shoots Fuches and leaves him for dead in the desert; Fuches is tended to by a kindly family that lets him stay with them, but Fuches remains insistent on bringing down Barry. He steals the family's truck and contacts Moss's father Jim. Sally reluctantly accepts a writing job on a different BanShe series. Gene's agent offers him the opportunity to teach a MasterClass acting course; Gene agrees so long as Annie is involved, and offers her the full profits. Albert suggests someone with a military background was involved in Fernando's assassination, and decides to visit Chris' widow Sharon to inquire about Barry. Sharon invites Barry to a dinner that night; on his way there, Barry is attacked by Traci's gang and steals one of their bikes to escape them. At Sharon's, Barry notices Fuches's PI card on her table and realizes too late that Sharon has poisoned his food, her invitation a ruse to avenge Chris' death.
237"candy asses"Bill HaderLiz SarnoffJune 5, 2022 (2022-06-05)0.261[34]
Sharon flees her house after poisoning Barry, who hallucinates himself on a beach populated by everyone he has killed. He is found in a catatonic state by Ryan Madison's father, who considers killing Barry as revenge before ultimately committing suicide in a hospital driveway. Hank travels to Bolivia to find Cristobal, only to be captured alongside his fellow Chechens. Sally discovers her former assistant Natalie has become a showrunner at BanShe and lashes out at her in a fit of rage and envy; Natalie films the encounter and posts it online, costing Sally her writing job and forcing Lindsay to drop Sally as a client. Fuches meets Jim Moss to discuss Barry's role in Janice's death, only for Jim to drive Fuches to the police station to be arrested. After learning that Gene also accused Barry of killing Janice, Jim questions Gene, who unconvincingly covers for Barry. Albert interrogates Fuches with the cameras off; Fuches admits to being Barry's handler and reveals Barry's role in Chris's death.
248"starting now"Bill HaderAlec Berg & Bill HaderJune 12, 2022 (2022-06-12)0.221[35]
Barry leaves the hospital only to find Sally at his apartment asking for his help with getting revenge on Natalie. Barry refuses, but the surviving member of the motocross gang arrives, knocks out Barry, and attempts to kill Sally, who fights him off and beats him to death. Barry tells Sally to go home and that he will take the blame. Fuches is imprisoned. Hank is forced to listen to his fellow Chechens be eaten alive by a panther; he breaks free from his shackles and uses a guard's machine gun to kill the animal. He then kills Elena and rescues Cristobal but is shaken by the day’s events. Albert confronts Barry as he is burying the biker and implores him to stop killing. Barry makes plans with Sally to run away from Los Angeles, unaware she is already traveling alone to Joplin, Missouri. Jim Moss calls him to tell him he spoke with Gene and asks to meet, but Barry refuses. He subsequently calls Gene, who tells him he is going to kill Moss. Barry prepares to kill Moss himself but is ambushed by the police, having been lured by Gene and Moss into getting arrested.

Production

Development

On January 11, 2016, it was reported that HBO had given the production a pilot order, to be directed by Bill Hader who would also co-write and executive produce alongside Alec Berg.[36] On June 2, 2016, it was reported that HBO had given the production a series order.[8][37] On April 12, 2018, HBO renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on March 31, 2019.[38][39] On April 10, 2019, HBO renewed the series for a third season which premiered on April 24, 2022.[40][11] On May 19, 2022, HBO renewed the series for an eight-episode fourth season with Hader directing all eight episodes.[41]

Casting

Alongside the report of the pilot order, it was confirmed that Hader would star in the pilot.[36] In February 2016, it was reported that Sarah Goldberg, Glenn Fleshler, Anthony Carrigan, Henry Winkler, and Stephen Root had been cast in lead roles in the series' pilot.[42][43][44][45][46] For the third season, Sarah Burns was promoted to series regular after having a recurring role in the second season.[11]

Filming

Principal photography for the first season began in 2017 in Los Angeles.[8] The second season filmed from September 2018 to December 2018.[47]

Production on the third season was shut down on March 18, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, before a single episode had been shot. The cast had already gathered for table reads for the first two episodes when they were informed.[48] In January 2021, Hader revealed that scripts for seasons 3 and 4 had been written.[49] Filming for the third season began in August 2021.[50] Production on the fourth season began in June 2022 in Los Angeles.[41]

Release

Marketing

On December 4, 2017, HBO released the first teaser trailer for the series.[51][52] On January 9, 2018, HBO released the first official trailer for the series.[53][54]

Premiere

On March 21, 2018, the series held its official premiere at NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles, California.[55][56]

On April 28, 2018, episodes one through three were screened during the Series Mania Festival at the Le Majestic cinema in Lille, France. It appeared alongside seven other television programs in the festival's "Best of USA" series of shows.[57][58]

Reception

Critical response

Critical response of Barry
SeasonRotten TomatoesMetacritic
198% (82 reviews)[59]84 (29 reviews)[60]
2100% (41 reviews)[61]87 (14 reviews)[62]
3100% (73 reviews)[63]94 (19 reviews)[64]

All three seasons of Barry have received critical acclaim. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the overall series holds a 99% rating.[65] Meanwhile, on Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, the overall series received a score of 88 out of 100.[66]

Season 1

On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a 98% rating with an average rating of 8.1/10, based on 82 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "PTSD and comedy make strangely endearing bedfellows in Barry, which proves more poignant than its sketch show premise."[59] Metacritic assigned the season a score of 84 out of 100 based on 29 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[60]

Season 2

On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a 100% rating with an average rating of 8.8/10, based on 41 reviews. The website's consensus reads, "Barry follows up a pitch-perfect debut with a second season that balances darkness with comedy while steering clear of antihero overindulgence."[61] On Metacritic, the season has a score 87 out of 100, based on 14 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[62]

Season 3

On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a 100% rating with an average rating of 8.95/10, based on 73 reviews. The website's critics consensus states, "Bill Hader and company can take a well-deserved bow—Barry makes its belated return to the screen without missing a step, retaining its edge as one of television’s funniest and most unsettling offerings."[63] On Metacritic, the season has a score 94 out of 100, based on 19 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[64]

Ratings

Season 1

Viewership and ratings per episode of Barry
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Chapter One: Make Your Mark" March 25, 2018 0.2 0.564[12] 0.538 1.103[67]
2 "Chapter Two: Use It" April 1, 2018 0.2 0.641[13]
3 "Chapter Three: Make the Unsafe Choice" April 8, 2018 0.2 0.595[14] 0.2 0.555 0.4 1.150[68]
4 "Chapter Four: Commit...To You" April 15, 2018 0.2 0.511[15] 0.2 0.565 0.4 1.077[69]
5 "Chapter Five: Do Your Job" April 22, 2018 0.2 0.643[16]
6 "Chapter Six: Listen With Your Ears, React With Your Face" April 29, 2018 0.2 0.560[17]
7 "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going" May 6, 2018 0.2 0.636[18]
8 "Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth" May 13, 2018 0.2 0.548[19] 0.2 0.523 0.4 1.072[70]

Season 2

Viewership and ratings per episode of Barry
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "The Show Must Go On, Probably?" March 31, 2019 0.2 0.532[20] 0.428 0.960[71]
2 "The Power of No" April 7, 2019 0.2 0.424[21]
3 "Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday" April 14, 2019 0.7 1.78[22] 0.2 0.9[72]
4 "What?!" April 21, 2019 0.8 1.94[23]
5 "ronny/lily" April 28, 2019 0.9 2.03[24]
6 "The Truth Has a Ring to It" May 5, 2019 0.8 1.99[25] 0.59 2.58[73]
7 "The Audition" May 12, 2019 0.8 1.87[26]
8 "berkman > block" May 19, 2019 0.9 2.21[27]

Season 3

Viewership and ratings per episode of Barry
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "forgiving jeff" April 24, 2022 0.0 0.249[28]
2 "limonada" May 1, 2022 0.1 0.294[29]
3 "ben mendelsohn" May 8, 2022 0.1 0.299[30]
4 "all the sauces" May 15, 2022 0.1 0.270[31]
5 "crazytimeshitshow" May 22, 2022 0.0 0.257[32]
6 "710N" May 29, 2022 0.0 0.210[33]
7 "candy asses" June 5, 2022 0.1 0.261[34]
8 "starting now" June 12, 2022 0.0 0.221[35] TBD TBD TBD TBD

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Television Critics Association Awards Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Barry Nominated [74]
Outstanding New Program Barry Nominated
Individual Achievement in Comedy Bill Hader Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Alec Berg, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Aida Rodgers, and Liz Sarnoff Nominated [75][76]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Henry Winkler Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark") Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Alec Berg and Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark") Nominated
Liz Sarnoff (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going") Nominated
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas Nominated [75][77]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour) Paula Huidobro (for "Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth") Nominated
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less) Tyler B. Robinson, Eric Schoonover, and Amber Haley (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Jeff Buchanan (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going") Nominated
Kyle Reiter (for "Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Matthew E. Taylor, Sean Heissinger, Rickley W. Dumm, Michael Brake, Hilda Hodges, and Rick Owens (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Todd Beckett, Elmo Ponsdomenech, and Benjamin Patrick (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going") Won
American Film Institute Awards Top 10 TV Programs of the Year Barry Won [78]
2019 Golden Globe Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Barry Nominated [79]
Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Bill Hader Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Henry Winkler Nominated
Dorian Awards TV Comedy of the Year Barry Nominated [80][81]
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series Barry Nominated [82]
Best Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Henry Winkler Won
Producers Guild of America Awards Best Episodic Comedy Alec Berg, Bill Hader, Aida Rodgers, Emily Heller, and Liz Sarnoff Nominated [83]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Darrell Britt-Gibson, D'Arcy Carden, Andy Carey, Anthony Carrigan, Rightor Doyle, Glenn Fleshler, Alejandro Furth, Sarah Goldberg, Bill Hader, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paula Newsome, John Pirruccello, Stephen Root, and Henry Winkler Nominated [84]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Nominated
Henry Winkler Nominated
Artios Awards Outstanding Achievement in Casting –
Television Pilot & First Season — Comedy
Sherry Thomas, Sharon Bialy, and Stacia Kimler Nominated [85]
American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards Best Edited Comedy Series for Non-Commercial Television Jeff Buchanan (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark") Nominated [86]
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark") Won [87]
Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – Half Hour Benjamin A. Patrick, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Todd Beckett, David Wingo, Aaron Hasson, and John Sanacore (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going") Nominated [88]
Golden Reel Awards Broadcast Media: Live Action Under 35:00 TBA (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going") Nominated [89]
Writers Guild of America Awards Television: Comedy Series Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Liz Sarnoff, Ben Smith, and Sarah Solemani Nominated [90]
Television: New Series Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Liz Sarnoff, Ben Smith, and Sarah Solemani Won
Television: Episodic Comedy Alec Berg and Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark") Won
Satellite Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Barry Nominated [91][92]
Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Bill Hader Won
Shorty Awards Best TV Show Barry Nominated [93]
Peabody Awards Entertainment Barry Won [94]
Television Critics Association Awards Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Barry Nominated [95]
Individual Achievement in Comedy Bill Hader Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Alec Berg, Bill Hader, Aida Rodgers, Emily Heller, Julie Camino, Jason Kim, and Liz Sarnoff Nominated [96][97]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony Carrigan Nominated
Stephen Root Nominated
Henry Winkler Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Sarah Goldberg Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Alec Berg (for "The Audition") Nominated
Bill Hader (for "ronny/lily") Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Alec Berg and Bill Hader (for "ronny/lily") Nominated
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) David Wingo (for "What?") Nominated
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less) Tyler B. Robinson, Eric Schoonover, and Rachael Ferrara (for "ronny/lily") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Jeff Buchanan (for "ronny/lily") Nominated
Kyle Reiter (for "berkman > block") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Matthew E. Taylor, Mark Allen, Rickley W. Dumm, John Creed, Harrison Meyle, Michael Brake, Clayton Weber, Alyson Dee Moore, and Chris Moriana (for "ronny/lily") Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Jason "Frenchie" Gaya, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Aaron Hasson, and Benjamin Patrick (for "ronny/lily") Won
Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Comedy Series or Variety Program Wade Allen Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Musical or Comedy Series Barry Nominated [98]
Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Bill Hader Nominated
2020 Golden Globe Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Barry Nominated [99]
Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Bill Hader Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Henry Winkler Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series Barry Nominated [100]
Best Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony Carrigan Nominated
Henry Winkler Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards Best Episodic Comedy Alec Berg, Bill Hader, Aida Rodgers, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Emily Heller, Julie Camino, and Jason Kim Nominated [101]
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series Bill Hader (for "ronny/lily") Won [102]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nikita Bogolyubov, Darrell Britt-Gibson, D'Arcy Carden, Andy Carey, Anthony Carrigan, Troy Caylak, Rightor Doyle, Patricia Fa'Asua, Alejandro Furth, Sarah Goldberg, Nick Gracer, Bill Hader, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Michael Irby, John Pirruccello, Stephen Root, and Henry Winkler Nominated [103]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – Half Hour Benjamin A. Patrick, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Jason "Frenchie" Gaya, Aaron Hasson, and John Sanacore (for "ronny/lily") Won[a] [104]
Casting Society of America Television Series – Comedy Sherry Thomas, Sharon Bialy, and Stacia Kimler Nominated [104]
Art Directors Guild Awards Half-Hour Single-Camera Series Tyler B. Robinson (for "ronny/lily") Nominated [105]
Writers Guild of America Awards Television: Comedy Series Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Jason Kim, Taofik Kolade, and Elizabeth Sarnoff Won [106]
2022 Television Critics Association Awards Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Barry Nominated [107][108]
Individual Achievement in Comedy Bill Hader Nominated
Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards Best Cable Series, Comedy Barry Pending [109]
Best Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Comedy Bill Hader Pending
Best Supporting Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Comedy Anthony Carrigan Pending
Henry Winkler Pending
Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Comedy D'Arcy Carden Pending
Sarah Goldberg Pending
Best Directing in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Comedy Bill Hader (for "710N") Pending
Best Writing in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Comedy Alec Berg and Bill Hader (for "starting now") Pending
Liz Sarnoff (for "candy asses") Pending
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Alec Berg, Bill Hader, Aida Rodgers, Liz Sarnoff, Emily Heller, Jason Kim, Duffy Boudreau, and Julie Camino Pending [110]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Bill Hader Pending
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony Carrigan Pending
Henry Winkler Pending
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Bill Hader (for "710N") Pending
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Duffy Boudreau (for "710N") Pending
Alec Berg and Bill Hader (for "starting now") Pending
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas Pending
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour) Carl Herse (for "starting now") Pending
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ali Greer (for "starting now") Pending
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Sean Heissinger, Matthew E. Taylor, John Creed, Rickley W. Dumm, Clay Weber, Darrin Mann, Michael Brake, Alyson Dee Moore, and Chris Moriana (for "starting now") Pending
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Elmo Ponsdomenech, Teddy Salas, and Scott Harber (for "all the sauces") Pending
Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Comedy Series or Variety Program Wade Allen Pending
Outstanding Stunt Performance Clay Cullen, David Castillo, Jolene Van Vugt, and Chris Morrison (for "710N") Pending

Notes

  1. ^ Tied with Fleabag.

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