(ANSA) – ROME, APRIL 12 – Life is made up of choices and sometimes a single moment can change it forever. Joe Kimbreau knows this well, and once he graduates he does not know which path to take. His existence takes an unexpected turn, unfolding in three parallel universes: in one he is a successful rock star, in another an overworked nurse, and in yet another a policeman, just like his late father.
Welcome to the three lives of Joe Kimbreau, the protagonist of Ordinary Joe, starting tomorrow, April 13, on Sky Serie and streaming on NOW.
Garrett Lerner and Russel Friend, creators and executive producers of the series, imagine three different and paradoxical life paths for a single character, who at the time of graduation finds himself having to choose which career to pursue, forever changing his destiny and that of people. that surround it. The protagonist, Joe Kimbreau, is played by a well-known face of American series: James Wolk (The Crazy Ones, Mad Men, Tell Me a Story, Watchmen). In the first scenario, Joe is an established rock star, married to aspiring politician Amy Kindelán (Natalie Martinez) and joined by Eric Payne (Charlie Barnett), her best friend and manager. Her ex-college girlfriend Jenny Banks (Elizabeth Lail) has become a successful lawyer, but she keeps a secret about her old relationship with Joe. In the second scenario, Joe is a quiet nurse still romantically linked to Jenny: they have had a child, but they are no longer happy. In this reality, Amy is married to Eric, Joe’s best friend who has become a chef. In the third scenario, Joe is a heroic policeman, who, ten years after graduation, meets Amy again, who has become an established politician alongside Congressman Diaz. Jenny is instead an assistant district attorney: she had a child with Joe, but she never revealed it to him. Also starring David Warshofsky as Frank Kimbreau, Joe’s uncle; Anne Ramsay the mother of Joe; Adam Rodriguez, congressman; Christine Adams as Regina Diaz, Bobby’s wife. (HANDLE).
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