Apple has confirmed an order for a new series called “City on Fire”, which will be based on Garth Risk Hallberg’s novel of the same name.
The series will debut on Apple TV+, with Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage serving as screenwriters and executive producers. They have worked on popular titles such as “Gossip Girl”, “OC” and “Looking for Alaska”. Collaboration in the drama.
The Burning City, which was named one of the best books of 2015 by The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, and the Los Angeles Times, began at New York University in Central Park on July 4, 2003 Fatal shooting of student Samantha Cicciaro.
“Samantha Cicciaro is alone; there are no witnesses and very little physical evidence. Her friend’s band is playing her favorite downtown club, but she left to meet someone and promised to come back. She never did that. When investigating the crimes against Samantha, she was revealed to be the key to a series of mysterious city-wide fires, downtown music scenes, and a wealthy residential real estate family quarrelling under the pressure of the many secrets they kept. Contact, “read summary Published by Apple TV.
“City on Fire” marks Schwartz and Savage’s first deal with Apple under their Fake Empire Productions. “Gossip Girl” duo, their current projects include “Gossip Girl” reboot, “Dynasty” and “Nancy Drew” will write all eight episodes of the series and will steer its production. Lis Rowinski of Fake Empire will also perform the production of the series.
It is not clear who will star in the “City of Fire” series or when it will make its world premiere on Apple TV+.
Simultaneously, “Burning city“It’s just one of dozens of shows joining the growing Apple Original lineup of streaming services. Other games announced by Apple Studios so far include “Ptolemy Gray’s Last Days”, “Flower Moon Killer”, etc. Martin “Liberation” by Scorsese, Antoine Fuqua, “Walk with the Devil” by Dennis Lehan, “Snow Blindness” by Gustave Moeller, “Song of the Swan” and “Master in the Sky” .