What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has signed a new cast member for the upcoming comedy Mrs. American Pie.
- Amber Chardae Robinson will play the role of Virginia, according to reports.
- Mrs. American Pie will also star Kristen Wiig and Laura Dern.
Apple TV+ announced its new comedy, Mrs. American Pie, in February but it's still filling out its cast, with the streamer now reported to have added Amber Chardae Robinson to the mix.
Set to star with Kristen Wiig and Laura Dern among a growing list of big names, Kristen Wiig and Laura Dern will reportedly play " "Virginia," a feminist and business partner to Linda." Linda will be played by Dern, for those following along at home.
Here's how Apple TV+ described the comedy earlier this year:
The show itself is based on a novel by Juliet McDaniel and will be executive produced by Darn and per producing partner Jayme Lemons. Robinson is best known for roles in Stuber, Judas, and the Black Messiah.
Apple hasn't yet said when we can expect the new comedy to land on our television screens, but we do know that an Apple TV+ subscription will be required in order to watch it. Those who already pay for services like Apple Arcade and Apple Music should definitely also consider the Apple One subscription bundle — a great way to get Apple's services while saving some money to boot.
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