What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has announced a new workplace comedy called Loot.
- Loot will premiere on June 24.
- Maya Rudolph will star alongside Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Ron Funches, Nat Faxon, and Joel Kim Booster.
Apple TV+ has announced a new workplace comedy called Loot ahead of its premiere on June 24, 2022. The new show will star and be executive produced by Emmy Award winner Maya Rudolph.
The new Apple TV+ show will join a growing list of comedies on the streaming service, running for ten episodes in its first season. The first three of those episodes will debut on June 24 with a new episode arriving every Friday through to the season's completion.
Here's how Apple TV+ describes its next big comedy show:
Loot was created, written, and is executive produced by Matt Hubbard of 30 Rock fame alongside Alan Yang, best known for Little America. The show will also star Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Ron Funches, Nat Faxon, and Joel Kim Booster.
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