What you need to know
- The Last Thing He Told Me is a new show coming to Apple TV+.
- Jennifer Garner will now play the headline role instead of Julia Roberts.
- The show is a story about a woman and her stepdaughter investigating the disappearance of the woman's husband.
A new Apple TV+ show The Last Thing He Told Me will feature Jennifer Garner instead of Julia Roberts as its headline act.
Garner replaces Julia Roberts, who had to cancel because of a scheduling issue. The show is an adaptation of Laura Dave's book by the same title, and follows "a woman (Garner) who forms an unexpected relationship with her 16-year-old stepdaughter while searching for the truth about why her husband has mysteriously disappeared."
The show will also be executive produced by Garner, along with Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter for Hello Sunshine. Garner is also reportedly set to star in the TV+ series My Glory Was I Had Such Friends, neither show has been officially announced by Apple.
Apple recently added Tom Hanks blockbuster Finch, which reportedly posted the biggest opening weekend for Apple TV+. From Wednesday:
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