In Mr Corman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Arturo Castro and Debra Winger star. It follows Josh Corman, an aspiring rock musician in his 30s who is a teacher and attempts to achieve the “perfect existence.”

Nearly two years have passed since Joseph Gordon Levitt’s last appearance on television. Mr Corman will launch its first two episodes on Apple TV+ on August 6. After that, ten episodes of the series will be aired on Apple TV+ each week. After a seven-day free trial, Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month to watch Mr Corman.

Mr Corman on Apple TV+ stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt. A musician turned public school teacher in the San Fernando Valley, Josh Corman, is dealing with long-term anxiety and is fighting to cope with it. As Josh’s best friend and roommate, Arturo Castro assumes the role of Victor.

Dax is played by American rapper and producer Logic, and Juno Temple, Josh’s ex-fiancee, plays Megan. Ruth, Josh’s mother, is played by Oscar-nominated actress Debra Winger in Mr Corman. Jamie Chung, Veronica Falcon, Shannon Woodward, and Hugo Weaving are also in the cast.

A self-perceived failing musician, Josh Corman, appears to be having a midlife crisis in Mr Corman. Anxiety and the sensation of failure plague him as he struggles to find the right mix between personal happiness and aspirations.

As Josh plunges headfirst into everything from awkward sexual encounters to full-blown manic episodes, the series takes a deep dive into his life, his friends, his family, and his highs and lows.

Josh Corman, an artist at heart but not by trade, is the subject of Mr Corman. He teaches fifth grade at a public school in the San Fernando Valley after a failed attempt at a music career.

“Megan, his ex-fiancee, has moved out, and Victor, a friend from high school, has moved in.” Though he understands he has a lot to be thankful for, he is plagued by anxiety, loneliness, and a deteriorating sense of self-worth.

Our generation of 30-somethings is rich with good intentions but poor with college loans. This familiar dramedy captures the ambition to become proper adults before they die.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Josh Corman, a fifth-grade teacher who asks his students if they feel “fortunate” in the 90-second clip.


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