Adam Rodriguez (Criminal Minds) has signed on for a recurring role in Ordinary Joe, NBC’s impending dramatization series featuring Jimmy Wolk from House veterans Russel Friend and Garrett Lerner and The Batman writer/director Matt Reeves and his sixth and Idaho pennant. The project, which co-stars Natalie Martinez, Charlie Barnett and Elizabeth Lail, is a co-production of 20th Television, Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, sixth and Idaho and 3 Arts.

Composed by Friend and Lerner, Ordinary Joe investigates the three parallel lives of the show’s main character (Wolk) after he makes a pivotal choice at a crossroads in his life. The series poses the inquiry of how unique life may look on the off chance that you settled on your decision dependent on love, loyalty or passion.

Rodriguez will play Bobby Diaz. Charismatic and ambitious, Bobby is a youthful Congressman on the rise… yet the noteworthy life way he’s fashioned for himself unexpectedly all progressions in a moment.

Friend and Lerner executive produce with sixth and Idaho’s Reeves, Adam Kassan and Rafi Crohn, and Howard Klein for 3 Arts. Adam Davidson coordinated and executive produced the pilot.

Rodriguez is referred to for his featuring roles as Eric Delko in CSI: Miami and as Luke Alvez in Criminal Minds. He’s next set to serve as mentor and executive producer on HBO Max’s forthcoming unscripted competition series The Real Magic Mike! a spinoff of Steven Soderberg’s original hit film where he featured opposite Channing Tatum. He additionally stars and executive produces CBS’ upcoming film A Christmas Proposal. His other recent TV credits incorporate Ugly Betty, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, Jane the Virgin and Empire, among others. He’s repped by Global Artists Agency and A Management Company.

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