The HBO TV adaptation of the eponymous masterpiece of the Philip Roth Pulitzer Prize, signed by David Simon and Ed Burns, already behind the success of The Wire, recounts the birth of a pro-Nazi America in which anti-Semitism and populism proliferate. The series rewrites the history of the United States by following the Levins, a Jewish family from Newark, New Jersey, the political rise of Charles Lindbergh, aviator with xenophobic and populist ideas who will come to tie the fate of the States United of America to that of Hitler’s Germany. In the cast, above all, Winona Ryder (Interrupted Girls, Stranger Things), Zoe Kazan (Ruby Sparks, The Deuce) and John Turturro (The great Lebowski, The Night Of).
The series was created by David Simon and Ed Burns, also executive producers alongside Nina K. Noble, Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle, Susan Goldberg, Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum, Philip Roth himself and Dennis Stratton.
From July 24 on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV. Available on demand