Written by Nip/Tuck alums Lyn Greene and Richard Levine and directed by Mike Newell, The Interestings is described as a grounded, character-driven drama based on Meg Wolitzer’s novel about a group of friends who meet at an arts camp when they’re 15 in 1974. The series chronicles their relationships throughout the next three decades dealing with the great expectations of youth juxtaposed with the realities life hands you as you get older.
Krumholtz will play Ethan, and Squires will play the younger version of Krumholtz’s character. Enslin will play the young Jonah Dey (Corey Cott), and Balen is young Jules (Lauren Ambrose).
Krumholtz is onscreen in the Coen brothers’ Hail, Caesar! He also recurs on ABC’s The Good Wife and CBS’ Mom and recently wrapped indie comedy Ghost Team alongside Jon Heder, Justin Long and Amy Sedaris. Squires can be seen in the the feature film Nerve alongside Dave Franco and Emma Roberts.
Krumholtz is repped by Gersh, Principato Young Entertainment and Sloane Offer. Enslin is repped by Pallas Management Group and Mavrick Artists Agency. Squires is with CESD and Nobel Talent Management, and Balen is repped by CESD and RKS Management.