Joe Pickett with Michael Dorman and Julianna Guill
Based on one of the best modern western mystery book series of Joe Pickett, the story comes to life with Joe and Marybeth Beckett on-screen through Spectrum that stars Michael Dorman and Julianna Guill.
The story unfolds with many twists and turns as the couple navigates through a complicated conspiracy that takes place in the wilderness and the small rural town.
Here is the official synopsis:
Joe Pickett, based on the book series of the same name, follows a dedicated game warden (Michael Dorman) and his family as they navigate the shifting socio-political climate of a small rural town on the verge of economic collapse. When a murder victim winds up on Joe’s doorstep, a larger conspiracy looms, and the Picketts find themselves in the crosshairs. Without the support of local law enforcement, Joe alone must decide what it means to be a good man and a good father in a world on the edge.
The stellar cast also includes Sharon Lawrence, Paul Sparks, Mustafa Speaks, Skywalker Hughes, and Kamryn Pilva. Recurring guest stars include Patrick Gallagher, Chad Rook, Benjamin Hollinsworth, Leah Gibson, and Aadila Dosani. John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle serve as the creators and showrunners for the series.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta talked with the lead actors Michael Dorman and Julianna Guill on their characters’ relentless pursuit to uncover the truth.
Michael Dorman is best known for his starring role as the NASA astronaut Gordo Stevens in the Apple TV+’s series For All Mankind and as the lead character John Tavner in the comedy-drama series Patriot. Also, he appeared in Wonderland, The Invisible Man, and the television show The Secret Life of Us.
Julianna Guill is best known for her roles in the 2009’s Friday the 13th as Bree, Madison Penrose in My Super Psycho Sweet 16, Jessie Nevin on FOX’s The Resident, and Christie on the TBS series Glory Daze. Her other appearances included Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Apparition, Community, and Bravo’s Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.
The first three episodes of Joe Pickett are available on Spectrum (available on-demand, free without ads) today. New episodes continue every Monday for the following three weeks until the finale on Monday, December 27. The series will be available on Paramount+ at a later date.
Watch the exclusive interview with Michael Dorman and Julianna Guill below. Let us know what you think of the interview.