Tue. Oct 4th, 2022

Apple lands new collection from Breaking Unhealthy creator, co-starring Higher Name Saul’s Rhea Seehorn

Apple has acquired the subsequent collection from Vince Gilligan, the award-winning creator of Breaking Unhealthy and co-creator of its prequel, Higher Name Saul.

The brand new collection, which is presently untitled, will see Gilligan reunited with Rhea Seehorn, who co-starred in all six seasons of Higher Name Saul as fan-favourite character Kim Wexler. Gilligan has beforehand expressed curiosity in working once more together with his fellow Breaking Unhealthy and Higher Name Saul alums, so it stays to be seen who else moreover Seehorn would possibly come on board.

Per Deadline, the collection might be a “blended, grounded drama” that’s been in comparison with The Twilight Zone by way of the way it “bend[s] actuality and specializing in individuals and exploring the human situation in an surprising, stunning means.” In a press release, Gilligan added that he’s trying ahead to specializing in a extra heroic character after 15 years of antiheroes.

Whereas we in any other case know little concerning the collection, it’s nonetheless a significant get for Apple TV+., as Gilligan and Seehorn are simply coming off final month’s critically-acclaimed conclusion to Higher Name Saul, which is itself seen as a conclusion to the Breaking Unhealthy universe. Seehorn was additionally simply nominated for her first Emmy, and has garnered vital buzz for a second nomination subsequent yr when Higher Name Saul‘s last episodes are eligible for awards.

In line with Deadline, eight or 9 studios have been within the operating to snag Gilligan’s collection, however the creator’s earlier work with Apple TV+ bosses Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht on each Breaking Unhealthy and Higher Name Saul finally helped Apple win out.

It’s not but clear when the brand new collection is predicted to launch.

Picture credit score: Sony/AMC

Supply: Deadline

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