The ‘True Detective’ team of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson is set to reunite for a new Apple TV+ series. The untitled comedy series has a 10-episode order and comes from David West Reid, who served as a writer on the popular show “Schitt’s Creek,” said a press release for Apple TV+. Reid is also the creator of the streamer’s upcoming series The Big Door Prize. The new show is a heartwarming odd-couple love story revolving around the strange and beautiful bond between McConaughey and Harrelson. Their friendship is tested when their joint families attempt to live together at Matthew’s ranch in Texas.
The comedy series will be produced by Skydance Television for Apple TV+. McConaughey, Harrelson and Reed will executive-produce the series alongside David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Skydance’s Matt Thunell, Bill Bose and Jeremy Pledger. McConaughey and Harrelson previously starred together in the first season of HBO’s crime drama series ‘True Detective’, which earned them an Emmy nomination.
Matthew McConaughey has had a limited career in TV series, though he is set to feature as the voice of Elvis Presley in Netflix’s Agent Elvis, which will be released March 17. Woody Harrelson, on the other hand, has a lot more experience with TV series, having gained fame for his role as Woody Boyd on the show Cheers that aired in the 1980s and 1990s. She also stars in Netflix’s The Man From Toronto in 2022 alongside Kevin Hart.
Apple TV+ has already announced its original series slate for a 2023 debut, with notable entries being the return of Ted Lasso for the third and final season, set to release on March 15. It was followed by Extrapolation on 17 March and The Last Thing He Told Me on 14 April.
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