[05/30/23 - 12:04 PM]
Video: Apple TV+ Drops New Teaser Showcasing Star-Studded, Upcoming Lineup of New and Returning Series and Films
New titles from the world's greatest storytellers coming soon to Apple TV+ include "The Crowded Room," "Hijack," "The Afterparty," "Stephen Curry: Underrated," "Lessons in Chemistry," "Masters of the Air," "Sugar," "The Beanie Bubble," "Flora and Son," and "Palm Royale."

[08/01/22 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Monday, August 1
Updates include: Showtime cancels anthology series "The First Lady"; Milo Manheim to star in "School Spirits" at Paramount+; and Kimi Rutledge joins Netflix's "Obliterated."

[06/13/22 - 11:24 PM]
Development Update: Monday, June 13
Updates include: Carlos Valdes to lead Hulu's "Up Here"; Mehcad Brooks joins the cast of "Law & Order" at NBC; and Megan Thee Stallion to visit Starz's "P-Valley."

[06/09/22 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, June 9
Updates include: Hulu commissions four new food series; Jim Patterson, Maria Ferrari named showrunners of FOX's "Call Me Kat"; and Gabriela Quezada upped to regular on The CW's "Walker Independence."

[06/07/22 - 11:52 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, June 7
Updates include: HBO pulls the plug on "Demimonde"; Allison Williams to star in Showtime's "Fellow Travelers"; and Spectrum cancels "Long Slow Exhale" after one season.

[05/24/22 - 11:14 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, May 24
Updates include: CBS pulled tonight's shooting-themed season finale of "FBI"; Lex Medlin, Ariana Guerra board "CSI: Vegas"; and Alicia Hannah-Kim cast in Netflix's "Cobra Kai."

[05/23/22 - 11:16 PM]
Development Update: Monday, May 23
Updates include: Ricky Martin to star in Apple's "Mrs. American Pie"; Taran Killam brings "Arranged" to Freevee; and Okieriete Onaodowan to lead AMC's "Demascus."

[05/13/22 - 11:38 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 13
Updates include: Hulu eyes second season of "Nine Perfect Strangers"; Tia Napolitano tapped to run "Fire Country" at CBS; and Tyler Hoechlin to return for Paramount+'s "Teen Wolf" movie.

[05/03/22 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, May 3
Updates include: Alycia Debnam-Carey set as new lead of Hulu's "Saint X"; Viola Davis in talks to return as Amanda Waller in new HBO Max series; and Allison Janney signs onto Apple's "Mrs. American Pie."

[02/07/22 - 01:37 PM]
Apple Studios Greenlights New Comedy "Mrs. American Pie" Starring Academy Award-Nominee Kristen Wiig
A story about gorgeously impossible people, "Mrs. American Pie" follows Maxine Simmons' (played by Wiig) attempt to secure her seat at America's most exclusive table: Palm Beach high society.

Premieres in Coming in 2023 (Exact Date TBA)
new in 2023/2024 (date TBA)
not on the schedule
1 (10 episodes)
(from Apple's press release, May 2023) "Palm Royale" is a new 10-episode Apple Original comedy from creator Abe Sylvia and director Tate Taylor, starring and executive produced by Kristen Wiig and executive produced by Academy Award-winner Laura Dern, who also plays a key role. A story about gorgeously impossible people, "Palm Royale" follows Maxine Simmons'(Wiig) attempt to secure her seat at America's most exclusive table: Palm Beach high society. As she strives to cross that impermeable line between the haves and the have-nots, "Palm Royale" asks the same questions that still baffle us today: "Who gets a seat at the table?" "How do you get there?" and "What will you sacrifice along the way?" Set during the powder keg era of the early 1970s, "Palm Royale" is a testament to every outsider fighting for their chance at superficial greatness. Hailing from Apple Studios, "Palm Royale" is written, executive produced and showrun by Sylvia, and directed and executive produced by Taylor. In addition to Wiig and Dern, Taylor and John Norris serve as executive producers under their Wyolah Entertainment banner. The ensemble cast also features Allison Janney, Carol Burnett, Leslie Bibb, Ricky Martin, Josh Lucas, Mindy Cohn, Kaia Gerber, Julia Duffy, Jason Canela, Jordan Bridges, and Claudia Ferri.
· Allison Janney as Evelyn
· Amber Chardae Robinson as Virginia
· Carol Burnett as Norma
· Claudia Ferri as Raquel
· Jason Canela as Eddie
· Jordan Bridges as Perry Donahue
· Josh Lucas as Douglas
· Kaia Gerber as Mitzi
· Kristen Wiig as Maxine Simmons
· Laura Dern as Linda
· Leslie Bibb as Dinah
· Mindy Cohn as Ann
· Rick Cosnett as Tom Sanka
· Ricky Martin as Robert
· Abe Sylvia as CRTR/EP
· John Norris as EP
· Juliet McDaniel as BOOK
· Katie O'Connell Marsh as EP
· Tate Taylor as DIR/EP
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· Boat Rocker Studios
· Wyolah Entertainment