In August 2020, Apple signed a contract with Appian Way Productions, founded by Leonard DiCaprio. Already next month, the first series of the result of this collaboration, entitled “Shining Girls”, will debut in the Apple TV + catalog. A new trailer was presented on the official channel of the mentioned service on YouTube.
“Shining Girls” will be a science-fiction thriller based on the novel by Lauren Beukes of the same title, about a time-traveling murderer killing young girls. This role will be played by Elisabeth Moss, known from the series “Mad Men” and “The Tale of the Handmaiden”. Wagner Moura, known e.g. in the role of Pablo Escobar in “Narcos”, who will play an experienced journalist assisting the main character in the investigation, and Phillip Soo, known primarily for her appearances in the popular Broadway musical “Hamilton”, who will play the role of Jin-Sook, a researcher at the Adler Planetarium , which is one of the murderer’s objects of interest. Amy Brenneman, known e.g. He will play the mother of the main character from the series “Skirts Amy”, “Left behind” and “Tell Me Your Secrets”. The script writer and producer of the series is Silka Luisa (including “Strange Angel” and “The Wilding”).
The first episodes of the series “Shining Girls” will debut on Apple TV + on Friday, April 29.
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