Apple TV+ series 'High Desert' picks up six more cast members including Matt Dillon, Bernadette Peters, and Christine Taylor
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ show High Desert has signed six more cast members.
- Matt Dillon, Bernadette Peters, Christine Taylor, and others are reportedly joining the show.
Upcoming Apple TV+ show High Desert reportedly has six new cast members in tow, with Patricia Arquette being joined by Matt Dillon, Bernadette Peters, Christine Taylor, and others.
The show, which was announced in September, has a growing collection of big-name actors involved with Arquette also executive producing alongside Ben Stiller.
Today's news comes courtesy of Variety, with the report going into detail about how some of the new actors will be used.
There is currently no timeline for when we can expect High Desert to air, but it's already sounding like a show that could be a winner alongside big hitters like Ted Lasso and The Morning Show.
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