UNSTABLE RED CARPET INTERVIEWS: Rob Lowe, John Owen Love, Rachel Marsh, Aaron Branch, and More

On Thursday, March 23, Netflix hosted a Red Carpet and Premiere Event for “UNSTABLE” at Tudum Theater.

We had the opportunity to talk to the creators and cast of the upcoming Netflix series that includes Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, Sian Clifford, Rachel Marsh, Aaron Branch, and more. Check out what they had to say below.

Some of the additional guests at the “UNSTABLE” premiere include Brian Michael Smith, Brianna Baker, Chad Lowe, Chris Pratt, Johnny Berchtold, Julia Garner, Julian Works, Katherine Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver, Mark Foster, Natacha Karam, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Ronen Rubinstein and more!

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Here are some of the character descriptions below.

● Ellis Dragon (Rob Lowe) is a brilliant, eccentric biotech scientist and entrepreneur. After the death of his wife, he’s unable to regain his focus.

● Jackson Dragon (John Owen Lowe) More grounded and more of an introvert than his father, Jackson has always had trouble living in the huge shadow that Ellis casts.

● Anna Bennet (Sian Clifford) is the Dragon company’s smart, tough, formidable CFO. Able to go toe-to-toe with Ellis, Anna has been (barely) keeping the company on the rails during her boss’ emotional spiral.

● Malcolm Drummond (Aaron Branch) is a childhood friend of Jackson’s. He used to be Ellis’ assistant but has recently been promoted to the project manager. He adores Ellis; Malcolm is jealous that Jackson gets to be Ellis’ son.

● Luna Castillo (Rachel Marsh) is a genius biotech engineer who works in one of the labs with her friend and research partner, Ruby. Shy, awkward, some would say weird, Luna is happy to let her more outgoing partner do the talking for the two of them.

● Ruby Rosario (Emma Ferreira) is also a biotech genius (let’s stipulate everyone who works here is a friggin’ genius). Ruby is outgoing, accessible, and fun, the opposite of Luna.

Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, and Victor Fresco are the creators, and Marc Buckland joined them as executive producers. The series will have eight episodes that are 30 minutes long.

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