"Mozart in the Jungle” is about the classical music world memoir by Blair Tindall and the Venezuela’s conducting superstar, Gustavo Dudamel. Created by the likes of Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman, it follows Rodrigo D'Souza, played by Gael García Bernal, who saves orchestras all around the world. It has hints of musical genius and a guy wanting to have fun.
It also showcases what happens behind the scenes at the symphony, and takes a peak inside the classical music world. García Bernal's character is the new conductor of the New York Symphony Orchestra.
The entire first season will be available Dec. 23 for Amazon Prime users. The pilot is available now for all Amazon users here.