When How to Make It In America returns, best friends Ben (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam (Victor Rasuk) will be back in New York hustling to become successful designers. With their business finally off the ground, Greenberg says viewers will see them move forward, albeit slowly, while growing personally as well. Check out the top reasons to watch Season 2 when it premieres Sunday at 10:30/9:30c on HBO.
Viewers may recognize him from more lighthearted fare like One Tree Hill and October Road, but these days Bryan Greenberg is hustling as a fashion-school dropout on HBO's new series How to Make it in America (Sun, 10/9c). Greenberg, who calls the series "very timely with the economy," talked to TVGuide.com about why he responded to the project and how his musical background affects his roles.
TVGuide.com: How did you get involved in the show?
Bryan Greenberg: I actually knew Ian Edelman, the creator of the show, through basketball and a mutual friend, but I had no idea he was...
Sorry, Hilarie ─ it looks like a certain "big lug" won't be returning to One Tree Hill.
Bryan Greenberg, who also and most recently fronted ABC's October Road, has landed one of the two leads in How to Make It in America, a comedy pilot for HBO. Victor Rasuk (Stop-Loss) fills the other spot, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Coproduced by Mark Wahlberg, How to Make It in America concerns a pair of industrious pals who live in New York while striving to achieve the American dream. Of course, here in the Big Apple that dream is "buying a lunch for less than $10."
ER is bringing on a quartet of new recurring players for its final season — all of them playing interns at County General. According to the Reporter, Shiri Appleby (Roswell) and Julian Morris have been cast as siblings (she's smart, he tries to skate by on looks alone), Emily Rose (Brothers & Sisters) will play a controlling type who (all together now) rubs folks the wrong way, and Victor Rasuk's character is a native New Yorker henpecked by his wife. — Matt Mitovich