Will Poulter Joins Dopesick Hulu Limited Series By Denise Petski

Dopesick Updates: Will Poulterq will see opposite Michael Keaton, Kaitlyn Dever, and Peter Sarsgaard in Dopesick. A Hulu’s eight-episode limited series based on Beth Macy’s bestselling book.

The series from The Handmaid’s Tale executive producer Warren Littlefield co-produced with Touchstone Television.

 So the show penned by Danny Strong and created by Barry Levinson. Dopesick is an ambitious, harrowing, and compelling look into America’s struggle with opioid addiction. The timeline spans from a distressed Virginia mining community to the hallways of the DEA and the opulence of “one-percenter” Big Pharma Manhattan.

Poulter Joining Dopesick

The human portraits of the various affected families and their intersecting stories showcase also where America is right now while shining a light on the heroes battling the worst drug epidemic in American history.

Poulter plays Billy, a sales rep for Purdue Pharma hired to help launch their new drug OxyContin.

Strong and Levinson co-produce also with Keaton, John Goldwyn, Littlefield via the Littlefield Company, Macy, and Karen Rosenfelt as executive producers.

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Poulter saw as the lead in Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and horror film Midsommar. His other works include the role of Gally in The Maze Runner franchise, as well as Detroit and The Revenant. He was also seen in Hamilton Hodell, WME, and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern.

Dopesick will premiere in the coming year along with Nine Perfect Strangers and The Dropout.


On Michael Keaton, Kaitlyn Dever, and Peter Sarsgaard in Dopesick, Will Poulterq will see. Opposition. A short eight-episode series focused on the best selling novel of Beth Macy.

Warren Littlefield is co-produced with Touchstone Television in the production series by The Handmaid Tale managing director.

The show also produced by Barry Levinson and by Danny Strong. Dopesick looks at America with opium addiction as optimistic, harrowing, and convincing. So the schedule stretches to the lobbies of the DEA and the opulence of one percent “Large Pharma Manhattan from a struggling neighborhood in Virginia.

The individual profiles and their cross-sectional tales of the diverse families in question highlight America right now and shed light on the heroes struggling against the worst opioid crisis in American history.

Poulter so playing Billy, a Purdue Pharma sales agent hired to help promote their new OxyContin medication.

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