Thriller Intensifies in the FX Episode 2: 'Untitled Jersey City Project'

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The new era of  television drama is rising to its highest excitement. Thriller intensifies in the second episode of this TV series.

  Untitled Jersey City Project  is a unique experiment in the development of an entertainment concept: it’s a work-in-progress television drama.

The eight short-form episodes of Untitled Jersey City Project are fragments from a larger story, with many of the story threads left unresolved. But from these eight episodes, this much is clear: (1 page)

The story is set amidst the fast-developing Jersey City waterfront, just across the river from Manhattan. A shining new city is being built on the edge of this gritty town. But while the glass office towers and condos are sleek and new, the rules of the game haven’t changed one bit.

Everyone here has something to gain – money, fame, power. Or they can lose big. Or they could end up dead.

The Episode 2 of this TV drama series becomes more exciting and revealing. Sometimes bad press is JUST bad press. Frank and Ray meet with The Ledger reporter Jane Kaplan to discuss her not so favorable feature on their troubled Waterfront Stadium Project.

Here is the Episode 2 teaser trailer video of the series. Let's all watch this:


Talking about the lead characters, Frank is the architect of the Waterfront Stadium Project. Meanwhile, the blonde is a brassy newspaper reporter named Jane Kaplan, and she’s now meeting Frank to defend an article she wrote that portrayed him and his client, developer Larry Tyerman, in a negative light. Running interference is Frank’s colleague, Ray, who suggests everyone calm down with a couple of drinks.  

So exciting second episode! What can say on the video trailer? Well, we expect to hear from you. You're free to post your comments below in our comment section! c",)

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