What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has announced a new thriller.
- The Show is called "Suspicion" and will star Uma Thurman.
- Golden Globe winner Chris Long will direct.
Apple TV+ today announced its latest show, this time a thriller going by the name of "Suspicion". The show will star Uma Thurman and be directed by Golden Globe winner Chris Long.
While nobody is saying when we can expect to enjoy what already sounds like a great addition to Apple TV+, we do know a little bit about the story. And it sounds like it could be a real hit.
With Chris Long as director and Darin McLeod producing, the show has plenty of talent beyond Thurman.
Interestingly, Apple TV+ says that "Suspicion" is based on the award-winning Israeli series "False Flag," so we know that the plot is a winner. Now we just need Apple TV+ and Thurman to deliver.
When "Suspicion" does arrive you'll need a $4.99 per month Apple TV+ subscription to enjoy it.
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