Hulu’s upcoming series Immigrant continues to add new ones to its impressive cast. Juliette Lewis is Hollywood’s most talented and brightest newest member to join the ranks of Pam & Tommy creator Robert Siegel’s upcoming miniseries. From male strippers to a murder plot, the Immigrant prepares to tell the journey of Somen “Steve” Banerjee to start the stripper troupe Chippendales in a savage mix of crime, dark comedy, and deception.
Kumail Nanjiani, who recently played Kingo in Marvel’s Eternals, was selected to play Banerjee, an Indian-American entrepreneur who immigrates to the United States in pursuit of wealth and greener pastures. The series will not only explore Banerjee’s journey to the top but will also focus on Chippendales’ complex relationships with those around him and his eventual and chaotic decline, which helped him achieve great success.
Lewis was cast for the role of Denise, an honest band member of Chippendales who won the trust of the band’s choreographer Nick De Noia and became his loyal right-wing adviser. Nick De Noia will be played by Murray Bartlett, who recently won acclaim and acclaim for his role as Armond in the hit TV series The White Lotus. Lewis is an absolutely brilliant addition to the already impressive cast for the show. Alongside Nanjiani, Lewis, and Bartlett, the show’s growing cast already includes Dan Stevens, Nicola Peltz, Annaleigh Ashford, Andrew Rannells, Robin De Jesús, and Quentin Plair.
The actress has starred in Natural Born Killers, The Act, From Dusk to Dawn, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, and more recently with Mila Kunis, Awkwafina, Regina Hall, and Allison Janney. Breaking News in She is known for her roles in Yuba County. He has also recently appeared on The Yellowjackets, which was renewed for a second season on Showtime. Siegel will serve as showrunner along with Jennie Konner, while Ramin Bahrani will direct the series.