The program about a game designer is back.
It's been almost a year and a half, but Mythic Quest's upcoming events will soon be revealed. Season three of Apple's comedic series about video game developers will premiere on TV+ on November 11th. The impact of a studio reorganization is followed in the next episodes, although there are no additional narrative specifics available. Of course, you may anticipate jokes about the newest technologies. Let's just say that "NFT" has been creatively reinterpreted.
Rob McElhenney, who was featured in Welcome to Wrexham, plays Ian in the show, which also includes Charlotte Nicdao as Poppy. The show has garnered notice not only for making game creation a fascinating subject for a TV series, but also for its association with the business; Ubisoft, Lionsgate, and 3 Arts Entertainment are all engaged in its production.
Apple already has a number of notable season releases scheduled for this fall. While the immigrant anthology Little America (created by husband-and-wife team Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon) continues on December 9, the spy drama Slow Horses returns for its second season on December 2. Apple now has a number of well-known shows in development, even if Ted Lasso will always be the company's top draw.
Slow Horses, a British spy drama, will premiere its second season on Apple TV+ on December 2. The program received positive reviews at its April 2022 premiere and was swiftly renewed all the way through season four. Slow Horses, which is based on Mick Herron's works, follows a team of MI5 agents who are only filler for Jackson Lamb (Gary Oldman). Long-buried Cold War secrets are revealed in season two, forcing the Slough House group to rise above personal shortcomings to avert a disastrous disaster. Jonathan Pryce, Saskia Reeves, Sophie Okonedo, Jack Lowden, and Kristin Scott Thomas make up the ensemble.
Little America, one of the streamer's very first originals, will make a second appearance over three years after its initial release in January 2020. It was created by Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon, and Lee Eisenberg and depicts real-life immigrant stories as they appeared in the "Little America" section of Epic Magazine. Eight real-life individuals served as inspiration for the second season, including a Belizian woman who works for a Hasidic family in New York City, a Korean man who crafts hats for the Black church community in Detroit, and a Japanese woman in her forties who lives in Columbus, Ohio and has a dream of starting an all-female baseball league. The second season of Little America will premiere on December 9.