Saturday, October 1, 2011

The Jersey City Project

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Untitled Jersey City Project. All opinions are 100% mine.
The Untitled Jersey City Project is an interesting and thrilling work-in-progress television drama on FX. The story evolved on a Waterfront Developer - Larry Tyerman, a newspaper reporter - Tonya Glanz and a promising councilman - Phillip Haney. The plot of the story focuses on the two young architects of New Jersey who are hired to design the Waterfront Field. This is a dream project funded by a Taiwanese couple and the story will unfold corruption from union bosses as well as the foremen on the job site. Larry Tyerman is a real estate tycoon in Jersey City and he has a driver who is a secret FBI informant and all these characters will make each episode thrilling to watch. I am curious about this drama series which has eight episodes and I want you to check it out too. Here is the Episode 1:

Who is your favorite character? I still have to figure out myself in the coming episodes. This story will definitely unravel the motive of each character and that will be interesting to watch. The struggle to reach out the fame, fortune and power must be interesting to watch. Who do you think is the villain of the story? Do you think it is the developer or the councilman? I would really appreciate if you could share your thoughts about it. Feel free to leave your comments here.

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