An forthcoming limited series called We Were The Lucky Ones will be available on Hulu. The program is based on the New York Times Bestseller of the same name by Georgia Hunter. It tells the actual tale of a Jewish family that was split up at the beginning of World War II. But was determined to persevere and get back together. In leading parts are Joey King, Logan Lerman, Lior Ashkenazi, and Robin Weigert.
Georgia Hunter’s New York Times Bestseller, “We Were The Lucky Ones”, is the basis for a limited series on Hulu. That stars Michael Aloni, Henry Lloyd Hughes, Moran Rosenblatt, and Sam Woolf.
We Were The Lucky Ones Cast
The drama series “We Were The Lucky Ones,” which is being developed by 20th Television. It will feature Joey King, Eva Feiler, Hadas Yaron, Robin Weigert, Logan Lerman, Amit Rahav, and Lior Ashkenazi. The best-selling novel by Georgia Hunter, which tells the story of a Jewish family. That is split up at the beginning of World War II. But is determined to survive and reconnect, serves as the basis for this new television series.
Reports that Sam Woolf, Michael Aloni, Henry Lloyd Hughes, and Moran Rosenblatt have joined the new series’ cast.
Who will Play What Role ?
On the other hand, Moran Rosenblatt will play Herta, a free-spirited, jovial character. Who is the ideal antithesis of Genek, in the television series.
Genek, the oldest Kurc brother with a magnetic charisma and swagger, will be portrayed by Henry Lloyd Hughes as a series regular. As a lawyer by profession, he must negotiate the horrors of war while battling his pride and his beliefs.
Sam Woolf will play Adam, a talented architect who attracts the interest of Halina (Joey King), the youngest Kurc sister, with his calm intelligence and meticulous attention to detail.
Michael Aloni will portray Selim, Mila’s (Hadas Yaron) devoted spouse who operates a medical research facility in Radom. When the conflict begins, Selim is summoned into combat before their daughter has even turned one year old.
Story of We Were The Lucky Ones
A remarkable and captivating book that tells the hidden true tale of a Polish Jewish family that is split up at the beginning of World War II but is determined to survive and eventually reunite.
In the spring of 1939, the Kurc family, consisting of three generations, is making every effort to lead a normal life despite the approaching threat of war. Not the growing difficulties affecting Jews in their home town of Radom, Poland, but rather new infants and blossoming romances are the topics of conversation at the family Seder table. However, the horrors engulfing Europe will soon become unavoidable, and the Kurcs will be cast into distant lands where they will each have to struggle mightily to find their own way to survival.
One sister is driven into exile, another tries to leave the continent, and still others fight to avoid certain death by working long hours. In the ghetto’s industries on empty stomachs or by disguising themselves as gentiles in public. The Kurcs are driven by an unbreakable determination to survive. The dread that they would not see one other again, therefore their perseverance is based on hope, resourcefulness, and inner strength.
We Were the Lucky Ones is a novel of remarkable breadth and depth that takes readers from Parisian jazz clubs. To the most brutal prison in Kraków, to the shipping lanes of Northern Africa and the remotest corners of the Siberian gulag. The novel explores five continents over the course of six years. Showing readers how the human spirit can persevere and even rise above the darkest hour of the twentieth century.
Where to Watch We Were The Lucky Ones ?
“We Were The Lucky Ones” is slated for release on Hulu. In the US and is probably going to be available on Disney+ worldwide as well as Star+ in Latin America as a Star Original.
Disney Television Studios’ 20th Television is the production company behind the Hulu Originals series.
“We Were The Lucky Ones” is slated for release on Hulu in the US and is probably going to be available on Disney+ worldwide.
Yes, this movie is worth watching.
Sam Woolf, Michael Aloni, Henry Lloyd Hughes, and Moran Rosenblatt have joined the new series’ cast.
Yes, this is a true story.
Yes, it is inspired by the novel with the same name.