What you need to know
- Steve Wozniak's unicorn company competition series is for sale.
- The Apple co-founder serves as a panelist on Unicorn Hunters, a show hunting for the next $1 billion company.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is hopping into primetime.
As reported by Variety, Wozniak and Lance Bass, known for NSNYC, are shopping a crowd-financing competition show called Unicorn Hunters with Craig Plestis, the executive producer of The Masked Singer. The series is currently being shopped domestically for a buyer after four episodes ran online earlier this year.
In addition to Bass and Wozniak, the show's panel includes Alex Konanykhin, Rosie Rios, Moe Vela, Silvina Moschini, and John Bercow.
It's currently unknown who may pick up Unicorn Hunters, but Apple TV+ seems like an obvious fit given it is now part of the company that Woz founded. Whether or not Apple is interested, however, is unknown.
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