In the new trailer for Apple TV + drama series Mr. Corman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt faced with the fact that life sometimes just sucks. That 500 days of summer the actor wrote, directed and stars ithis new TV offer, which is an atypical format for him.
Apple TV + the description of the series reads:
Mr. Corman follows Josh Corman’s days and nights, an artist at heart but not of commerce. A career in music has not gone out, and he teaches fifth grade at a public school in the San Fernando Valley. His former fiancée Megan has moved out, and his buddy in high school Victor has moved in. He knows he has a lot to be thankful for, yet he struggles nonetheless through anxiety, loneliness, and a sinking suspicion that he is sucking as a person. Darkly funny, strangely beautiful and deeply heartfelt, this related dramedy speaks for our modern generation of 30-year-olds: rich with good intentions, poor with student loans and longing to become real adults sometime before they die.
Gordon-Levitt stars with Arturo Castro (Broad City), Debra Winger (Terms of endearment, ET), Bobby Hall alias rapper Logic, Alexander Jo, Juno Temple (Ted Lasso), Jamie Chung, Shannon Woodward (Westworld)and Hector Hernandez.
Kknown for its roles in Start, and 50/50, Gordon-Levitt started his career as a teenager in TV series like 3. rock from the sun. When the show ended in 2001, Gordon-Levitt primarily stuck to movies and took on random TV episode roles from time to another. His only long-term TV role in the last twenty years was in Amazon Prime Video’s Comrade Detective (2017), which aired six episodes. Mr. Corman is Gordan-Levitt’s latest major director project, followed by his debut with the 2013s Don jon.
The first two episodes of series premieres August 6 on Apple TV + with new episodes weekly on Friday.