What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has reportedly signed an overall deal with Mimi Leder.
- Leder was responsible for directing some episodes of The Morning Show.
- The director is also serving as executive producer on the show.
Apple TV+ has reportedly signed an overall deal with Mimi Leder, an executive producer of the hits drama The Morning Show. She was also responsible for directing a handful of the show's episodes, including the successful pilot.
Leder is also known for work on The Leftovers and Shameless, leaving little doubt that Apple TV+ has signed a shrewd deal here.
While we obviously don't yet know what this deal will mean in terms of the content that Leder will be involved in, we do know that you're likely to need an Apple TV+ subscription to watch it. That's a $4.99 per month fee, although it's considerably cheaper than the likes of Netflix and Disney+.
If you want to enjoy The Morning Show and other Leder projects in style, be sure to check out our list of the best Apple TV deals on the market today.
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