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Here Read Full Details of Apple TV+ Series “Roar” 

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Apple TV+ Series “Roar”

Have you ever seen the strangest tv show? If you haven’t then the apple tv series has something strange yet you can’t help binging on this 15th of April. Roar, a female-driven anthology series starring Nicole Kidman, Issa Rae, and Alison Brie, is expected to be Apple TV+’s most popular new release.

The eight-part series, which will premiere next month, promises “genre-spanning and thought-provoking stories” that provide “an incisive, sensitive, and sometimes funny depiction of what it means to be a woman today.” We’re paying attention.

Roar, which is based on Cecelia Ahern’s 2018 short story collection of the same name, brings together an amazing lineup of female talent on-screen and behind the camera.

What will the theme of “Roar” be?

Roar is a darkly humorous series comprised of feminist stories for today’s society that span genres from magical realism to psychological horror. Every narrative focuses on regular women in exceptional circumstances, thus every single volume has its own idiosyncrasies.

Women are expected to eat photos, date ducks, and live on shelves like trophies, among other things, according to the trailer release. Their challenges are universal, despite their odd circumstances.

Roar delves into “familiar personal and professional settings” mixed with “magical realism” and “futuristic universes,” according to Apple. How they emerge from their separate experiences speaks to the resiliency that resides inside themselves, and with all women, according to an Apple TV+ statement.

Betty Gilpin plays a widow whose husband actually puts her on display on a shelf, and Alison Brie plays a ghost seeking to investigate her own murder in Roar, which also functions as a GLOW reunion. Carly Mensch and Liz Flahive, both of GLOW fame, serve as co-creators and showrunners.

While those who have read Cecelia Ahern’s Roar may have some ideas about what to expect, the fact that Roar is a collection of 30 tales but this anthology series is only eight episodes makes it difficult to predict which pieces will be included in the storyline or in subsequent series, should the show get extended. 

Who will play the lead role in “Roar”?

This concert features a fantastic lineup. Of course, there’s Nicole Kidman, who’s been in everything from Big Little Lies to the award-winning Meet The Ricardos recently (for which Kidman won the Golden Globe for Best Actress). Then there’s Cynthia Erivo from Harriet and Issa Rae from Insecure. We were thrilled to see Meera Syal, who has been in a variety of films ranging from The Kumars at No. 42 and Anita and Me to Richard Curtis’ Yesterday and The Split, as well as GLOW, stars Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin, Nurse Jackie’s Merritt Wever, in attendance. Atypical’s Fivel Stewart and Kara Hayward are two more popular names.

Nicole Kidman, Per Saari, Liz Flahive, and Carly Mensch serve as executive producers alongside Bruna Papandrea, Steve Hutensky, and Allie Goss of the production firm Made Up Stories (the production team behind The Undoing).

When will “Roar” be released? 

All eight episodes of the dark comedy will premiere on April 15th. Carly Mensch and Liz Flahive, the program’s creators and co-showrunners, have signed an overall agreement with Apple TV+, and this is their debut show.

The “feminist tales” include a wide range of genres, from magical realism to psychological horror, and feature everyday women in stunningly strange situations to highlight a universal struggle.

Alfred Molina, Judy Davis, Jason Mantzoukas, and Jake Johnsoalong with stars such as Chris Lowell, Griffin Matthews, Ego Nwodim, Peter Facinelli, Jillian Bell, and Simon Baker, Bernard White, Justin Kirk, much more will be seen to appear in each episode of the anthology series.

Kidman, along with Per Saari and their Emmy Award-winning Blossom Films, executive produce. Bruna Papandrea, and Steve Hutensky along with Allie Goss, all Emmy Award winners, executive produce on behalf of Made Up Stories. Greenlight Go’s Cecelia Ahern and Theresa Park’s Per Capita Productions’ Cecelia Ahern and Theresa Park executive produce. Endeavor Content produces “Roar” for Apple.

Is there a trailer for “Roar”? 

Roar, touted as “a collection of darkly comedic feminist tales” depicting eight self-contained stories about “regular women in some very exceptional circumstances,” has a trailer on Apple TV+. “Extraordinary” seems to be an understatement as the film starts with Nicole Kidman grabbing a snapshot and cramming it into her mouth.

In one episode, Kidman plays a woman who is appeared to actually eats photographs in her house and then her husband points out “There are a lot of photographs missing,” says him Simon Baker then observes, to which she confesses, “I ate them” and in another, Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie, Unbelievable) plays a woman who appears to be embracing on her lovely romantic relationship with a duck!

In addition, Issa Rae (Insecure) appears as an author who vanishes after a Hollywood pitch meeting, and Cynthia Erivo (Genius: Aretha) appears as a working mother who discovers inexplicable bite scars on her skin.

In addition, Issa Rae (Insecure) appears as an author who vanishes after a Hollywood pitch meeting, and Cynthia Erivo (Genius: Aretha) appears as a working mother who discovers inexplicable bite scars on her skin. 

Full Cast of “Roar”

Fivel Stewart, Brandan Hunter-Davis, Betty Gilpil, Kara Hayward, Dana DeLorenzo, Fred Grandy, P.J. Byrne, Meera Syal, Sweta Keswani, Jodi Bianca Wise, Ana Rey, Paull Walia, Melanie Haynes, Jordyn Weitz, Bernard White, Gregg Binkley, Dani Oliveros, Damian Joseph Quinn, Lola Paja, Adwin Brown, Ellodee Carpenter, Roshni Shukla, Kalina Vanska, Van Crosby, Sheila Shaw, Troy Vincent, Michael Villar, Moonie Fishburn, Lon Gowan, Maz Siam, Ho-Kwan Tse, Kai Lewins, Malcolm Bowen, Michael James Lazar, Soyana Pigniat, Khalid Ghajji, Jude Hyland, Rose Lane, Jameel Shivji, Alison Brie, Nicole Kidman, Merritt Wever, Cynthia Erivo and Phillip-Charlie Daniell 

Director of “Roar”

Quyen Tran

Producers of “Roar”

Ashley Glazier, Cecelia Ahern, Jodi Matterson, Liz Flahive, Allie Goss, Steve Hutensky, Nicole Kidman, Carly Mensch, Bruna Papandrea, Theresa Park and Per Saari

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