What you need to know
- Shrinking is a new comedy coming to Apple TV+.
- Another cast member is joining the lineup of Jason Segel, Harrison Ford, and Jessica Williams.
- Christa Miller will play Liz, the next-door neighbor of a grieving therapist.
Apple TV+ has added Christa Miller to its lineup for the upcoming comedy Shrinking, starring Harrison Ford, Jason Segel, and Jessica Williams.
As reported by Deadline:
Jessica Williams was added to the show earlier this week. The show is a 10-episode comedy written and executive produced in part by Bill Lawrence, the brains behind TV+ smash-hit Ted Lasso, along with star Brett Goldstein.
Shrinking is a comedy series about a grieving therapist. From Apple:
Apple continues to enjoy success with its original content, picking up an academy award for Best Picture for CODA at the Oscars, the first streaming platform to snag the coveted award. Recently, hype has also been generated around Severance, the finale of which aired Friday, and new drama series Pachinko.
Along with its Apple TV+ shows and movies, Apple TV+ is also showing live sports in the form of Friday Night Baseball. Its first outing Friday was met with extremely mixed reviews and some very critical comments.
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