What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has signed former 20th Television VP Erin May as a senior creative executive.
- May was recently VP, Drama Development at 20th Television.
Erin May, VP, Drama Development at 20th Television, has been signed by Apple TV+ to become a new senior creative executive, according to a new report.
According to a Deadline report, May will join Apple TV+ on November 8 and is set to work out of the streamer's Culver City offices.
Having previously been in charge of drama development at the Disney Television Studios-owned 20th Television, May is responsible for shows like Washington Black and Swiss Family Robinson, Deadline notes.
Apple TV+ already has a strong lineup of drama shows but it's a category that streamers can never have too many hits in. Apple TV+ will be hoping that May can work her magic and bring some more winners to our screens.
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