Neighbors along with Rose Byrne and Seth Rogan get together for Apple TV + sitcom Platonic
They starred together in the big-screen comedies Neighbors and its sequel, The Rise of the Family.
And now Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen are coming together for a new sitcom for the Apple TV + streaming service.
The couple will play in Platonic with their director “Neighbors”
Back in action: They starred together in the comedies on the big screen “Neighbors” and the sequel “Sorority Rising”. And now Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen are coming together for a new sitcom for Apple
According to the newspaper, 41-year-old Byrne and 38-year-old Rogen will play the role of former best friends who reconnect as adults and try to repair the rift that caused their alienation.
As their renewed friendship grows stronger, it destabilizes their lives and encourages them to reevaluate the choices they have made.
The two actors will also serve as executive producers on the project, which will initially shoot 10 episodes.
Sitcom: Byrne, 41, and Rogen, 38, will play ex-friends who reconnect as adults and try to mend the rift that caused their alienation, leading them to reevaluate their life choices.
Laughter streaming: According to Variety, the two actors (pictured in Neighbors in 2014) will also serve as executive producers on the Apple TV + project, which will shoot 10 episodes.
Australian actress Byrne is best known for her series FX Damages, and on the big screen in addition to the movies “Neighbors” and for Spy and Bridesmaids.
Most recently, she starred in the film Like A Boss and in the series Hulu Mrs. America,
Rogen, 38, took a long break from the short but iconic TV show Freaks and Geeks. His film credits include The 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Pineapple Express and The Interview, and he serves as executive producer of The Boys on Netflix.
Byrne is best known for the television series Damage, and in addition to the films Neighbors, Spy and Bridesmaids. Most recently, she starred in the films Like A Boss and the Hulu series “Mrs. America”
Rogen, 38, took a long break from the Freaks and Geeks TV show. His film credits include The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Pineapple Express and The Interview