What you need to know
- Apple TV+ comedy Platonic has added five new cast members.
- The comedy will star Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen.
- Alisha Wainwright, Guy Branum, and Emily Kimball are among the additions.
Seth Rogen's upcoming Apple TV+ comedy Platonic has signed a raft of new talent, according to a new report. The show already has Rogen and Rose Byrne on the project.
Platonic will be a ten-episode, half-hour comedy that will explore "the inner workings of platonic friendship," according to Apple TV+.
Now, Deadline reports that five more cast members have been added to the project including "Alisha Wainwright (Palmer,) Guy Branum (BROS,) Janet Varney (You're the Worst,) Emily Kimball (Daisy Jones and the Six,) and newcomer Vinny Thomas."
Apple first announced Platonic way back in October of 2020 and it could be some time before it's streaming onto our screens. It could well be worth the wait, however, with some big names already attached to a show that will see Byrne, Rogen, and Conor Welch serve as executive producers.
We might not know when Platonic will air, but we can be pretty certain that you'll need a subscription to watch it. That'll set you back $4.99 per month, but the Apple One bundle could be better value with Apple Music and other services included.
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