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Apple TV+ announces that Two new Comedy Series titled "Sunny" and "Mrs. American Pie" have been greenlighted

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Apple announced last night that they've orders a series order for "Sunny" a new, 10-episode darkly comedic half-hour drama from A24 created by Katie Robbins starring Emmy Award nominee, multi-hyphenate Rashida Jones who also serves as executive producer.


"Sunny" is a darkly comedic drama starring Rashida Jones as Suzie, an American woman living in Kyoto, Japan, whose life is upended when her husband and son disappear in a mysterious plane crash. As "consolation" she’s given Sunny, one of a new class of domestic robots made by her husband’s electronics company. Though at first Suzie resents Sunny’s attempts to fill the void in her life, gradually they develop an unexpected friendship, as together they uncover the dark truth of what really happened to Suzie’s family, becoming dangerously enmeshed in a world Suzie never knew existed.


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Apple Studios greenlights new comedy "Mrs. American Pie"


Apple Studios has greenlighted a series order for "Mrs. American Pie," a new 10-episode comedy from creator Abe Sylvia ("The Eyes of Tammy Faye," "Dead to Me") that will star Kristen Wiig and with Laura Dern eyeing a key role.


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. As Maxine attempts to cross that impermeable line between the haves and the have-nots, "Mrs. American Pie" asks the same questions that still baffle us today: “Who gets a seat at the table?” “How do you get a seat at the table?" "What will you sacrifice to get there?" Set during the powderkeg era of the early 1970s, "Mrs. American Pie" is a testament to every outsider fighting for their chance at superficial greatness.


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