Apple TV+ Drops Trailer for Colin Farrell Drama, Mythic Quest Season 4 Begins Filming, and More Updates!

There were a number of announcements made today that were associated with Apple TV+. The first trailer for Apple’s highly anticipated new drama series Sugar, in which Colin Farrell plays the role of a Hollywood private investigator, was released by the company. The first episode of the show will air in April.

It would appear that every Apple drama has a cast list that is filled with famous people, and this one is no exception. The program is led by Colin Farrell, who was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance as the title character, John Sugar. Sugar is a private investigator who is charged with investigating the inexplicable disappearance of Olivia Siegel, who is the granddaughter of a recognized Hollywood producer.

Sugar will begin airing its first two episodes on April 5; the remaining eight episodes of the season will be released on a weekly basis for the rest of the season. The trailer for the series may be seen here:

Another piece of news about Apple TV+ is that the production of the fourth season of the popular gaming studio comedy Mythic Quest has recently begun. Rob McElhenney, who features in the film and serves as an executive producer, announced the beginning of production in a tweet today. The debut of the show is anticipated to take place either later this year or early in the year 2025. In addition, the post-production phase of a spinoff series named “Mere Mortals” is underway.

In the realm of original films, Apple has secured the services of Cameron Diaz to play the role of Keanu Reeves in the upcoming dark comedy titled “Outcome,” which will be directed by Jonah Hill. Towards the end of the previous year, Apple emerged victorious in a fierce bidding war to acquire the rights to the bundle.

Last but not least, Spike Lee is going to be directing a new version of the cult classic Japanese film “High and Low” for Apple’s studio. Denzel Washington and Halle Berry are going to be the stars of the movie. The word on the street is that production on the project began this week with cameras rolling in New York City. This information has not been confirmed, but it is being circulated a lot.

However, it will be quite some time before these projects that are now in production are made available on Apple’s streaming service.

With an eye on the near future, Apple will launch the highly anticipated drama series Manhunt and the comedy Palm Royale in the month of March. Both shows will include Kristen Wiig, Ricky Martin, Laura Dean, and other notable actors. In our thorough program guide, you will be able to learn about everything that is going to be available on Apple TV+.