Apple is ordering a new drama series from acclaimed filmmaker Damien Chazelle, according to a new report from Variety. While specific details of the series haven’t been disclosed, Chazelle is expected to write and direct every episode in addition to serving as executive producer alongside Jordan Horowitz and Fred Berger. Chazelle has been behind such award-winning films as last year’s “La La Land” and 2014’s “Whiplash” and have both received multiple Academy Awards. Chazelle has also been tapped to executive product and direct several episodes of the upcoming Netflix original series “The Eddy,” but Variety notes that the new Apple series will be the first time Chazelle will have written and directed every single episode of a series.
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