Apple TV+has won an auction for “Sugar,” the working title for a potential TV series that has Colin Farrell attached to star, reports Variety. It’s created by Mark Protosevich, whose feature work includes “Thor” and “I Am Legend.”
“Sugar” is an LA-set contemporary take on the private detective story. Executive producers on the drama are Farrell and Protosevich, and Genre Films’ Simon Kinberg and Audrey Chon, as well as Scott Greenberg. Kinberg just landed a second season renewal for the Apple TV+ sci-fi series “Invasion,” which he co-created, writes and EPs with David Weil.
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