Sunday, October 2, 2011

Untitled Jersey City Project

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Have you seen the latest FX drama series which is a work-in-progress on television and I am talking about the Untitled Jersey City Project. Here is the Episode 1 and I want you to watch it and let me know what you think about the story.

Daniel Minahan is the director of this TV drama and so far, it has eight episodes. The story will evolved around the characters of  Philip Haney who is the ambitious councilman, Tonya Glanz who is the newspaper reporter, and the real estate tycoon of Jersey City, Larry Tyerman. This is an exciting drama and so intriguing because the plot of the story focuses on the two young architects who were hired to design a dream project on the Waterfront Field. This huge project was funded by a mysterious Taiwanese couple. The characters are so interesting and together with the character of the driver of Larry Tyerman who is a secret FBI agent, the story is getting more interesting right? What do you think? Who has the good intention? The story will going to unravel the corruption, the drive to become rice and the ambition of fame and fortune will turn the story interesting to watch. Who is your favorite character?  

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