What you need to know
- Alex Moffat has signed on to star in the upcoming Apple TV+ series "Bad Monkey."
- Moffat is known as a recurring cast member in Saturday Night Live.
- The series is written and executive produced by Bill Lawrence.
Bill Lawrence's next project with Apple TV+ has found another cast member.
As reported by Deadline, Alex Moffat, known for his role as a recurring cast member on "Saturday Night Live," has signed on to star alongside Vince Vaughn in the upcoming series "Bad Monkey."
The series will star Vince Vaughn and tell the story of "Andrew Yancy (played by Vaughn), a one-time detective demoted to restaurant inspector in Southern Florida." It is created by Bill Lawrence, who is best known for his other shows "Scrubs" and "Ted Lasso."
It is currently unclear when "Bad Monkey" will premiere on Apple TV+. When it does, it will join a growing list of movies and television shows that continue to be added to the streaming service. If you'd like to enjoy the series in the best quality possible when it does premiere, check out our list of the Best TVs for Apple TV 2022.
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