Apple gets new show from stars of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’

Apple’s most recent move into unique substance comes as another comic drama arrangement from the stars of FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” as indicated by sources acquainted with the issue.

Loot McElhenney and Charlie Day will create a half-hour scripted comic drama featuring McElhenney, said the sources, who requested that not be named on the grounds that the show hasn’t been openly reported. The arrangement, which doesn’t yet have a title, will be tied in with working at a computer game improvement studio. Assortment was first to distribute the news.

The show originates from RCG (McElhenney and Day’s creation organization), Lionsgate’s 3 Arts Entertainment and Ubisoft. McElhenney made and featured in “It’s Always Sunny.”

Apple reserved $1 billion to spend on content throughout the following year in Aug. 2017, as indicated by the Wall Street Journal. From that point forward, it’s declared manages Oprah and Sesame Workshop, among others.

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