Time for a corn puddin' singalong with Apple TV+'s 'Schmigadoon'
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ show Schmigadoon has a new promo video out and it's another singalong video.
- It's all about corn puddin' and that's something I wasn't expecting today.
Apple TV+ show Schmigadoon has a new promo video out and this one follows in the footsteps of the many Central Park singalong videos — and this one's all about corn puddin'.
Schmigadoon landed on Apple TV+ recently and has been getting good reviews thanks to its comedy and musical approach. This video gives us a taste of that — and you'll be tapping your feet in no time at all. And who knows, you might even find yourself singing along, too.
Let's find out, shall we?
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