On Monday, February 7, Apple TV has officially announced the new “Mrs. American Pie” comedy series, based on a novel by Juliet McDaniel.
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, Apple describes.
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.
A newly ordered 10-episode “Mrs. American Pie” comedy will star Academy Award nominee Kristen Wiig and Laura Dern as a key star cast in a movie.
The story will be created, written, executive produced, and shown by Abe Sylvia, directed and executive produced by Academy Award nominee Tate Taylor and Laura Dern, and John Norris, while Jayme Lemons serves as a producer.
However, the exact premiere date of the new “Mrs. American Pie” comedy series currently hasn’t been revealed by the company.
Furthermore, Apple TV has recently shared the first look at the “Presumed Innocent” thriller series, “Foundation” season 2, and revealed the premiere date of the “They Call Me Magic” docuseries and “Sunny” dark comedy.