Seehorn was reportedly nominated for an Emmy for her role as lawyer Kim Wezler on "Beautiful Attorney."
Apple hasn't revealed much more about the series just yet, but Gilligan shared a small tip about what viewers can expect."After 15 years, I think it's time to step away from writing anti-heroes...and who's more heroic than the smart Rhea Seehorn?" Gilligan said in a statement. "She's long overdue.I have my own show, and I feel very lucky to work with her." It is reported that Gilligan will serve as the writer, director and executive producer of the show.
After accepting Gilligan's new series, Apple can count another famous creator in its growing Apple TV+ library.Right now, the platform already has a number of popular episodes featuring big names, such as "Football Coach", "Life Cutting Technique" and "Morning News."If the quality of "Breaking Bad" and "Beautiful Attorney" is any guide, Gilligan's untitled new show could be another big highlight for the service.