Gabriel Bateman (‘The Mosquito Coast’) on piecing together the show’s mysteries through a teen’s eyes [Exclusive Video Interview]

Gabriel Bateman (‘The Mosquito Coast’) on piecing together the show’s mysteries through a teen’s eyes [Exclusive Video Interview]
“The kids are written like actual people,” Gabriel Bateman declares about playing a complicated teenager on Apple TV Plus’ seven-episode drama series “The Mosquito Coast.” He admits that it is “one of my favorite things about the show.” He adds, “They do things in realistic ways and process things in realistic ways so that makes it really easy as an audience member to latch on to.” Watch our exclusive video interview above.

See Exclusive Video Interview: Neil Cross (‘The Mosquito Coast’ creator)

The Mosquito Coast” is based on the 1981 novel by author Paul Theroux, the uncle of the show’s star Justin Theroux (“The Leftovers”), who plays Allie Fox, an idealistic inventor who uproots his family on a dangerous quest through Mexico to flee the U.S. government. The ambitious action drama was developed by Neil Cross (“Luther”) and author Tom Bissell, who also executive produce the series alongside Rupert Wyatt,
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