Krasinski, left, and Pierce in a scene from “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.”
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John Krasinski comes across in conversation as a disarming match to his screen image, the sort of easy-going, decent guy he played on TV's "The Office".The attraction of "Jack Ryan," his first series since "The Office," was both its form and content.With the debut season's eight episodes, it's possible to reimagine and delve into the title role in ways not possible in a time-constrained movie, Krasinski said. For series creators and executive producers Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland, casting the part was critical.The Amazon series rolls the videotape back to Ryan's early days with the CIA in an original story by Cuse and Roland.
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