What you need to know
- There's a new YouTube video promoting Apple TV+ show "Little Voice".
- We hear from the cast and crew as they discuss their roles on the show.
- The show is from Emmy Award-winner J.J. Abrams.
Apple TV+ show "Little Voice" is already proving popular, but there's a new YouTube video out that will surely help make it even more so. For more than two minutes we get to hear from the cast and creators of the show as they talk about the "characters at the heart and soul of the series".
There is no shortage of big names involved in the show. From producer JJ Abrams through stars Brittany O'Grady, Sean Teale, Colton Ryan, and Shalini Bathina – the quality keeps on coming.
Check out the new "Meet the Cast" video below.
Pretty cool, right?
Apple TV+ subscribers can take in "Little Voice" now on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
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