What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has reportedly signed four new stars for the upcoming comedy Platonic.
- Rose Byrne and Seth Rogn were already on board.
- Luke Macfarlane, Tre Hale, Carla Gallo, and Andrew Lopez are now part of the project.
Apple TV+ has reportedly signed no fewer than four new cast members for the upcoming Seth Rogen comedy Platonic.
A show that could potentially be the next big Apple TV+ comedy, Platonic already has Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen on board with Sony TV, Nick Stoller, and Francesca Delbanco pulling the strings. Now, Deadline reports that "Luke Macfarlane (Brothers & Sisters), Tre Hale (Love and Monsters), Carla Gallo (Neighbors) and Andrew Lopez (Blockers) round out the ensemble cast."
The new Apple TV+ show, which doesn't yet have a release window from the streamer, "explores the inner workings of platonic friendship," Deadline reports.
Little more is known about the show, but Apple TV+ has previously confirmed that it will consist of ten half-hour episodes once it does arrive on our screens.
Those looking to enjoy Platonic will need an Apple TV+ subscription to do so, something that's becoming more and more of a bargain considering the growing collection of TV shows, movies, and documentaries on offer. The Apple One subscription bundle is also a good option, too.
If you want to enjoy Platonic in style, be sure to check out our list of the best Apple TV deals on the market today. Apple TV+ can also be watched on just about anything with an internet connection including game consoles and smart televisions.
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