Apple TV + 2021 featurette offers a glimpse of new and returning originals

As part of the Television Critics Association’s Winter 2021 press tour, Apple TV + unveiled a feature that gives fans an insight into new and returning original titles on the streaming platform, including the limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s Lisey’s storyRose Byrne ran Dramedy Physically and more. The featurette can be viewed in the player below!

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Coming soon on Apple TV +, The mosquito coast Premiere on Friday April 30th as well as the critically acclaimed comedy series Mythical search, On Friday, May 7th, we will return for the second time. New series due to make their debut this summer are Schmigadoon!, a Lorne Michaels-produced star on the musical comedy series starring Emmy nominee Cecily Strong and Emmy award winner Keegan-Michael Key; Physically, a new dramedy starring Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Byrne, created by Annie Weisman; and Lisey’s story, a new limited series from creator and executive producer King, executive producer JJ Abrams, and Oscar-winning actresses Julianne Moore, Clive Owen, Joan Allen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Dane DeHaan.

Schmigadoon!, a parody of iconic musicals, plays Strong and Key as a backpacking couple to revive their relationship when they discover a magical city where everyone lives in a 1940s studio musical. They then discover that they cannot leave until they find “true love”. The first season of the six-episode series also stars Alan Cumming, Kristin Chenoweth, Aaron Tveit, Dove Cameron, Ariana DeBose, Fred Armisen, Jaime Camil, Jane Krakowski and Ann Harada.

Based on the bestselling novel by King and adapted by the author himself, Lisey’s story is a deeply personal thriller that follows Lisey Landon (played by Moore) two years after the death of her husband, famous writer Scott Landon (played by Clive Owen). A series of disturbing events brings Lisey back to memories of her marriage to Scott, which she has purposely banished from her mind. Joan Allen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Dane DeHaan, Sung Kang and Ron Cephas Jones star alongside Moore and Owen.

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Located in the idyllic but fragile beach paradise of sunny San Diego in the 1980s, Physically is a half-hour dark comedy based on Sheila Rubin (played by Byrne), a quietly tortured, seemingly conscientious housewife who supports her clever but controversial husband’s offer to the State Assembly. But behind closed doors, Sheila has her own dark, funny outlook on life that she rarely lets the world see. She also battles a complex set of personal demons related to her self-image … that is, until she is liberated by the most unlikely source, the world of aerobics.

Sheila is initially enthusiastic about the exercise itself and finds its real path to empowerment when she discovers a way to combine that newfound passion with the burgeoning technology of videotape to create a revolutionary company. The series traces its epic journey from a choked, overlooked trailblazer to a powerful, confident economic force as Sheila transforms into someone we take for granted today (but who was completely radical at the time) – the female lifestyle guru.

Beside Byrne, Physically The stars Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci, Paul Sparks and Ashley Liao.

Apple TV + also gave a glimpse into the highly desirable upcoming Apple Original series, including Foundation, endowment, Mr. Corman and The shrink next dooras well as the upcoming second seasons of the award-winning series The morning show, Truth Is Told, Central Park and See.

All of these titles and more will have their global premieres in over 100 countries on the platform and will be streamed along with a growing number of critically acclaimed films, including the Golden Globe Award nominated film Wolf Wanderer and On the Rock, Critics Choice Award nominee Palmer and upcoming features cherry and Billie Eilish: The world is a little blurry.

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