Apple TV+ has revealed a first look at its upcoming comedy series “Still Up” and announced the show will premiere globally on September 22, 2023.
Starring Antonia Thomas (“The Good Doctor”) and Craig Roberts (“Red Oaks”), “Still Up” is an unconventional romantic comedy following two insomniacs, Danny and Lisa, who connect in the late night hours. While hiding nothing about themselves, they conceal their growing feelings.
The 8-episode series comes from creators Steve Burge (“Seekers”) and Natalie Walter. It’s directed by BAFTA nominee John Addis (“Lucky Break”) and produced by Various Artists Limited.
The ensemble cast also includes Blake Harrison, Lois Chimimba, Luke Fetherston, and Rich Fulcher. The first three episodes will debut September 22, followed by a new episode each Friday through October 27.
Since launching in 2019, Apple TV+ has quickly become home to premium original programming including Oscar winner “CODA,” Emmy-winning hit “Ted Lasso,” and acclaimed documentaries and films.
With its after-hours rom-com premise, unique characters, and acclaimed talent on both sides of the camera, “Still Up” aims to be another signature Apple TV+ comedy.
Antonia Thomas said, “I couldn’t be more excited to be working on this hilarious and heart-warming show with such an amazing team.”
So don’t miss out on this quirky new late-night love story. Set your alarms for September 22 when “Still Up” premieres only on Apple TV+.
With its top-notch cast and crew, the series promises unconventional comedy that will keep you wide awake.