What you need to know
- Arturo Castro has signed on for "Mr. Corman".
- He previously appeared in the Netflix hit "Narcos".
- He joins Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the project.
Arturo Castro has signed on for Apple TV+ show "Mr. Corman" according to a new Variety report. He's best known for his role in the Netflix hit "Narcos" as well as his own Comedy Central show, "Alternatino".
Castro will star alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt who will also direct and executive produce the show that he wrote. Someone's going to be busy!
We first heard about the new show back in September last year. It's reportedly a show with a focus on an elementary school teacher grappling with adulthood in Los Angeles. Gordon-Levitt is known for putting his all into dramatic roles, so expectations are already high that this could be a good show to look forward to. It's fair to say that despite some hits, Apple TV+ could still do with a few more wins under its belt.
When it's ready to air we can expect "Mr. Corman" to be available to subscribers of the $4.99 per month Apple TV+ service. There's no indication when that might be, however.
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