Apple TV+ Sets Premiere Date For Taron Egerton’s ‘Black Bird’ Series


Apple TV+ has made fans of Taron Egerton and Paul Walter Hauser very happy! The streaming service announced the release date for their upcoming limited series!

The first two episodes of Black Bird will be released on Apple TV+ on July 8th. Every following Friday a new episode will be available. This limited series will have six episodes in total.

Black Bird is based on the true crime book, In With The Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption. Golden Globe winner Egerton plays Keene, the son of a cop. Keene has been sentenced to ten years behind bars until an offer of redemption is placed before him. If Keene will move to a high security prison for the criminally insane and befriend a serial killer he has a chance at early parole. No big deal, right?

The serial killer in question is Larry Hall, played by the immensely talented Hauser. Soon, a very complicated friendship is formed as Keene tries to uncover the truth behind these killings.

Joining Egerton and Hauser in Black Bird are stars Greg Kinnear, Ray Liotta and Sepideh Moafi. Dennis Lehane developed the series and also serves as executive producer. Joining as executive producers are Keene, Egerton, Kary Antholis and Michaël R. Roskam. Roskam will also serve as director for the first three episodes.

Stay updated with Nerds & Beyond!

I am a Kindergarten paraprofessional & I love movies, shows, & books. I'm in many many fandoms & will gladly fangirl with you.

Leave a Reply


Related articles

Apple TV+ Announces New ‘Peanuts’ Movie

As the official streaming home of all things Peanuts, Apple TV+ is fans go to destination for all...

‘The Morning Show’: New Season 3 Teaser Trailer Released

Apple TV has released a brand new teaser trailer for its hit series, The Morning Show. The series...

‘Ted Lasso’ Recap: Season 3, Episode 10 “International Break”

The Greyhounds are hot on a winning streak, and Colin's big secret is out. Keeley and Jack have...

‘Ted Lasso’: We Hate Seeing Nate Have Nice Things … And Maybe That’s the Point

Nathan Shelley has been public enemy number one since the season 2 finale of Ted Lasso dropped last...