What you need to know
- Star Ray Liotta has signed on to work alongside Taron Egerton and Paul Walter Hauser in Apple TV+ show In With The Devil.
- The show will cover six episodes.
Star Ray Liotta has signed on to work alongside Taron Egerton and Paul Walter Hauser in Apple TV+ show In With The Devil. That's according to a new report by Deadline.
The six-episode series is based on James Keene and Hillel Levin's 2010 novel In With The Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption. And the way Deadline describes it, this sounds like a potentially awesome show.
Sounds great to me!
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