What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has reportedly signed Joel Kim Booster to a new comedy series.
- The show will also feature Maya Rudolph and carries the working title Loot.
Apple TV+ has reportedly signed Joel Kim Booster to star in an unannounced comedy series. Maya Rudolph will be part of the cast while also serving as executive producer.
According to a Variety report, the show will follow Molly, a woman whose life is turned upside down when her husband "leaves her with nothing but 87 billion dollars." Booster will play Nicholas, Molly's assistant.
While the series is yet to get a proper name, its working title is Loot, Variety goes on to say.
There is no timescale for when Loot will be available for us to watch but you'll need an Apple TV+ or Apple One subscription when it does debut. Both are great options as Apple TV+ continues to gain new shows, movies, and documentaries. The Apple One route is the way to go if you use multiple Apple services like Apple Music and Apple Fitness +, though.
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