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Apple TV+ is getting a new series from the creator of ‘Breaking Bad’

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The next series from the creator of Breaking Bad, as well as its spin-off Better Call Saul, will find their place on Apple TV+. What we hear, of course, is Vince Gilligan’s upcoming project. Rhea Seehorn, who previously starred in Better Call Saul, will star. According to Deadline, Apple TV+ has ordered two seasons outright.

Unfortunately, the contents of the series are not yet known, except that it should be a drama. Sony Pictures Television, which previously worked with Gilligan on “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” is producing again as a studio. Apple apparently had no qualms about ordering two seasons immediately, after Gilligan’s previous series was very well received by audiences and critics.

Gilligan will serve as showrunner and executive producer. The budget would be between 13.5 and 15 million US dollars per episode, which is high for a drama series. Of course, it will be a few more months before we really see the series. After all, filming hasn’t started yet.

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