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Downsizing Creator teases 3 seasons of The Harrison Ford Show on Apple TV+

shrinkage The show’s creative team says there are plans for three seasons, the creator says. Talking to diverseBill Lawrence talked about how successful the first season of the show was. Apple TV+ was very pleased with its performance shrank For Season 2. According to Lawrence, there will be another entry before the shop closes. Clearly, fans are going for more Jason Segel and Harrison Ford. But, exhibitors are aware that they may risk alienation from their welcome. Fortunately, that’s a worry for another day, now that Lawrence has to worry about those next shots appearing on screen.

Lawrence explained, “It doesn’t have a sports season element in the same way that a story function does. Like, ‘I wonder if they’re winning or losing! ‘” “Part of the fun for me doing shows with, like, Jason Segel and Harrison Ford, is that you can tell actors you’ve always wanted to work with them, ‘If you give me three seasons, it’s okay if you want to split.’” So all I can say is that all the gang we pulled together for this guy was down to doing it.”

Here’s how Apple describes the upcoming show: “Shrink is a sad therapist who begins to break the rules and tell his clients exactly what he thinks. Ignoring his training and ethics, he finds himself making huge, tumultuous changes in people’s lives… including his own.”

What makes shrinkage so successful for Apple TV+?

In the same interview, Jason Segel complimented co-creator Brett Goldstein on the show’s clear vision. Therapy is a breeding ground for some drama. It feels like the message is relevant to the audience on Apple TV+, too. Check out what the star had to say shrank this too.

“Brett put it really well: I think the line we hit is kind of the tone of life,” Segel says of the show’s balance of comedy and drama. “We all know people who are properly miserable, and act that way. And that’s a hard thing to get yourself out of. But real people aren’t trying to show their feelings. They’re trying to hide them. We laugh our way through the hardest moments. I think sometimes we cry our way through the best moments, Because they are rare and unexpected. That’s exactly what the show does. It’s a reflection of how these things are actually experienced.”

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