There’s a new addition to Zoey’s Exceptional Playlist, and it’s not just Zoey’s nephew, Miles.
Recently, the show introduced Zoey’s office to a new employee, George. Who’s on the show playing George?
Zoey had plenty of choices to make,
Zoey was in a scenario where she had to make some difficult choices. One option she had to make was whether to consider the promotion to 4th floor executive director.
She refused at first, but she agreed to do it later.
Whether to choose Max or Simon was the second choice that she had to make. It looks like Max is her preference right now. To make matters worse, her father, Mitch, passed away recently.
In Zoey’s personal and professional life, there have been several changes. Her first impulse was to hide and never come out from under the covers. But she was persuaded by Mo to get out of bed and make those decisions.
In “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist?”, who plays George?
The replacement of Max, Zoey’s buddy and former co-worker, is one shift in the workplace. As Max decided to quit the company, it was important to find someone to take over his responsibilities. George has a tough time fitting in and seems a little lonely. She knows how hard it is for him to be the new guy at work when Zoey hears one of his’ heart songs.’
George is played by Harvey Guillén, an actress. He made his debut as a television actor in 2008 in an episode of the series Miss Directed. In an episode titled “The List.” he played Lopez.
Guillén joined the cast of ‘Big’ in 2010. For 10 episodes, he played Alistair. In 2012, Guillén made his movie debut in the film General Education. In What We Do in the Shadows, The Magicians, The Thundermans and Eye Candy, he is often remembered for his appearances.
What to expect in this “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” season.
Without her dad, we will continue to see Zoey adapt to life. We will also see how Zoey deals with the triangle of love between her, Max and Simon, that has grown. However, what we will not see are any references to the COVID-19 pandemic. Season 2 of Zoey’s Exceptional Playlist will concentrate on the characters and their lives.
“I made a conscious decision not to have the show take place during the time of the pandemic,” producer Austin Winsberg told Entertainment Tonight.
“I just didn’t want to live in a world where Corona was happening,” he added, “the musical world of the show and part of the wish fulfillment, and part of the hope and joy of the show. “I wanted people to be able to see the show as an escape from that world. I also thought that the idea of musical numbers with dancers and singers wearing masks the whole time robs the show of what I hope makes it special.”
Tuesdays at 8 p.m., Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist airs Uh, on NBC.
On Twitter, follow Sheiresa Ngo.