Apple was a little bit vague about its new streaming service, Apple TV+, during its presentation last month, but the company's latest series pickup has us thinking we need to sign up.
TV Guide has learned that the latest A-Lister to head to the streaming service is Academy Award winner Julianne Moore. She's teaming up with Stephen King and super-producer J.J. Abrams for a psychological horror series based on King's 2006 novel Lisey's Story.
The announcement marks Moore's first series regular role since her days on As the World Turns (Note: She did win an Emmy for starring in HBO's TV movie Game Change, in 2012). It is also worth nothing that King will be writing all eight episodes.
This is Abrams' third King adaptation after producing 11.22.63 andCastle Rock for Hulu. It's also his third series with Apple TV+. His Bad Robot production company is also behind Sara Bareilles' Little Voice and Jennifer Garner's My Glory Was I Had Such Friends. While Apple TV+ is slated to launch this fall, the new streaming service has not announced a premiere date for any of its series yet.
The Hollywood Reporter was the first to report this story.