What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared a new first look at the upcoming musical comedy Schmigadoon!.
- The six-part show will premiere on July 16.
Apple TV+ has today shared a first look at the new musical comedy Schmigadoon, a six-parter that will premiere on July 16.
The show, which is a parody of musical movies of the past, features some big hitters from Broadway and TV and looks like it could be great fun — even for those who might not normally be fans of the musical genre.
You can watch the first look teaser in the embedded video below — but be warned. You'll be tapping your feet in no time.
The show joins a growing collection of content spanning all genres. If there's a genre that isn't already available on the Apple TV+ streaming service, it will be in the future if Apple's rate of signing on talent and shows is any indication.
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