The list of ambitious projects currently in development for Apple TV + can’t stop believing it. And in addition to the expected firsts which have already been announced, there is the start of production of “Wool”, a drama based on the New York Times best-selling trilogy of dystopian novels, written by Hugh Howey.
With “Wool”, Apple is experimenting again with a limited series based on the book, as has already happened with the hit Defending Jacob. The drama will have 10 episodes
Apple is preparing a new limited series
“Wool” is a step into a ruined and toxic future
In the drama Rebecca ferguson, known for “Mission Impossible”, “The Train Girl”, “Men in Black”, will be in charge of the lead role as Juliette. A mechanic who works in the lowest depths of the silo. She is promoted to sheriff after the previous sheriff is kicked out of the elevator and, in her new role, discovers hints of a sinister conspiracy.
Since its launch in 2019, Apple has experimented with various genres and formats already recognized by specialist critics on several occasions. This year, the platform is back with the premiere of the second season of its first series and with bets on documentaries and film productions that bring together the best talent in the industry.
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