Joe Carroll, just signed up to be part of the cast of the miniseries Five Days At Memorial, a series that tells the story of the first 5 days after Hurricane Katrina to its strike in New Orleans and revolves around the hospital in this city and the decisions that the medical team must make.
With the addition of Joe Carroll, the cast of this miniseries is made up of Vera Farmiga, Cherry Jones, Adepero Oduye among others. Carroll will play Michael Arvin, a business executive in charge of find resources to save people’s lives in danger hundreds of kilometers from your location.
Written by Ridley and Cuse and based on the acclaimed nonfiction book by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink, Five Days at Memorial chronicles the first five days in a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina made landfall.
When the waters rose, the electricity went out and the heat increased, the exhausted caretakers were forced to make life or death decisions that haunted them for years.
At the moment, a calendar of when production of this series is scheduled to start, so we can not venture to say a probable release date on Apple TV. Most likely, in the next few months, now that the cast appears to be complete, the studio will prepare production and begin recording.
Joe Carroll is known for his performances in the FBI series and in the movie Romeo and Juliet. In addition, he has participated in television episodes of Chicago Fire, NCIS: New Orleans, The Code and the series El Ilusionista.