What you need to know
- Popular Apple TV+ show Tehran will reportedly get a second season.
Popular Apple TV+ drama Tehran will get a second season, according to Julien Leroux, the man formerly responsible for spotting the show for Cineflix Media.
Speaking at the Asian Television Forum, part of the Singapore Media Festival, Leroux said that while a second season hasn't yet been given the go-ahead as such, it's definitely being worked on according to Variety.
Leroux also spoke about the show's ability to be popular around the globe despite the fact it wasn't filmed in English.
The first season of Tehran is available on Apple TV+ now. The $4.99 per month subscription service has a growing collection of shows, documentaries, and movies for viewers to enjoy. You'll also get the streaming service as part of your Apple One subscription a well.
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