Apple TV has been prepping hard and launching some really impressive back to back projects to keep subscribers entertained. With some big names making their digital appearance in the streaming service, it seems like subscribers are getting yet another interesting project on the way. Let us take a look at the details of the upcoming series.
Apple TV+Has Greenlit Another Exciting Comedy Murder Series, The Afterparty!
Apparently, the streaming service Apple Tv Plus has ordered eight episodes to a comedy murder mystery series The Afterparty! The project will be executive produced by Chris Miller and Phil Lord. Miller will also be serving as the showrunner of the upcoming series as per reports.
The Comedy Series Will Be Produced By Chris Miller And Phil Lord. Have A Look.
As the new project has been recently greenlit by Apple Tv plus, there’s not much information disclosed by the streaming service yet. However, there are some rising expectations added to the project, as it seems to be a pretty promising one. We do not have an official release date yet. Take a look at the social media post making the official news of the upcoming series.
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) June 24, 2020
While not many details are provided about the plot yet, the story is set in motion after a sudden murder takes place at a high school reunion afterparty. With a murder increasing the tension of the set, each and every character will narrate the story through their perspective. Each episode will focus on the different retelling of the same night. The plotline sure sounds interesting enough and might garner attention from fans soon enough.
The Project Will Be Releasing On The Apple Streaming Service Soon Enough.
The two producers have a lot going on at this point with this comedy murder mystery series, apart from this project the two are also working on animated series as well. They have also.worked before on other projects as well, including animated series Bless The Harts. We have to wait while the series soon airs on the Apple streaming series. We sure are excited to see how it turns out to be.