What you need to know
- A new ad for Lisey's Story takes us on a deep dive into Julianne Moore's character and the show as a whole.
- We hear from Julianne Moore and Stephen King throughout the video.
The push to make sure we're all on the Lisey's Story train continues with Apple TV+ posting a new deep dive to YouTube.
Throughout the video we hear from author Stephen King while Julianne Moore also makes an appearance, reading from King's original book as we see video from the show itself.
Take a look and see why interest in Lisey's Story is so high.
Those who have yet to take Lisey's Story in are in luck — all episodes are now available to be streamed on Apple TV+. That means you won't need to wait for any new episodes when watching!
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