New Apple TV+ comedy series 'Mrs. American Pie' signs 'The West Wing' star Allison Janney
What you need to know
- Allison Janney has reportedly signed on for the upcoming Apple TV+ comedy Mrs. American Pie.
- Janney is best known for her long-running role on The West Wing.
Apple TV+ has reportedly signed former The West Wing star Allison Janney to play appear opposite Kristen Wiig in the upcoming comedy series Mrs. American Pie.
Janney, who previously played the popular C.J. Cregg in the political drama show The West Wing, will become part of a growing cast for a show that was announced in February but doesn't yet have a release window — but is already shaping up to be something of a winner.
Variety broke the news.
When American Pie does arrive on Apple TV+ viewers will need to be subscribers to take it in. Priced at $4.99 per month Apple TV+ is among the best value in the streaming space right now, especially as the likes of Disney+ and Netflix continue to hike prices. The service is also available as part of the rather excellent Apple One subscription bundle, too.
Apple TV+ will be hoping that Mrs. American Pie can follow in the footsteps of Ted Lasso, a comedy show that has proven to be hugely popular among subscribers and is very much a hero show for the service.
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