Apple Picks Up New Video Game Comedy From Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney

Apple gave a instantly to collection order for a 30 minutes scripted comedy display created via Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day, reviews Variety. The display is alleged to be set in a online game building studio.

Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day are highest recognized for in style comedy display “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” which the duo have starred in since 2005 along Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito.


McElhenney and Day will write and govt produce the collection, and McElhenney is ready to be one of the display’s stars.

Apple has inked offers for greater than a dozen TV displays, together with a number of different comedy displays. A “You Think It, I’m going to Say It” TV display in response to Curtis Sittenfield’s brief tale assortment is in building, as is “Central Park,” an animated collection evolved via Loren Bouchard.

A complete checklist of all the TV displays that Apple has in building is to be had within the Original Content segment of our Apple TV roundup.

Rumors counsel the primary of Apple’s TV displays may just debut within the spring of 2019, with Apple most likely making plans to distribute them by the use of a brand new streaming carrier.

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