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Photos: First Look at Woody Allen’s Amazon Series ‘Crisis in Six Scenes’

The first photos from Woody Allen’s hotly anticipated Amazon series have arrived.

On Tuesday, seven images from Allen’s “Crisis in Six Scenes” were released, giving a glimpse at Miley Cyrus’ hippie character and more.

“Crisis in Six Scenes” is set in the 1960’s during the turbulent times in the United States, and follows a middle class suburban family who is visited by a guest who turns their household completely upside down. The six-episode, 30-minute comedy is set to launch on Sept. 30.

Allen created, wrote and directed all six episodes, and stars alongside Cyrus and Elaine May. Rachel Brosnahan and John Magaro are recurring characters, and guest stars include Michael Rapaport, Margaret Ladd, David Harbour, Christine Ebersole, Becky Ann Baker, Lewis Black, Rebecca Schull and Joy Behar, who is pictured in the images below. Erika Aronson is executive producer and Helen Robin is producer.

Check out the first photos from “Crisis in Six Scenes” here:

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