Apple TV+ adds bilingual comedy series 'Acapulco,' starring Eugenio Derbez to the collection
What you need to know
- Apple has signed bilingual comedy series Acapulco.
- The show will feature Spanish and English language.
- It'll star Eugenio Derbez among others.
Apple TV+ has signed a new bilingual show with Acapulco set to feature both English and Spanish language. It's also full of names, not least star Eugenio Derbez.
Run by Lionsgate Television, the show is inspired by the movie How to Be A Latin Lover, according to Apple's press release (opens in new tab),
Set in 1984 Acapulco, the show will follow a young Mexian man as he gets the job of a lifetime.
There's no indication when we can expect the new show to arrive, but viewers will need an Apple TV+ or Apple One subscription to enjoy it. They'll be able to watch it on pretty much anything, though, with the Apple TV app available across all of Apple's platforms as well as game consoles, smart TVs, and streaming devices.
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