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The upcoming Apple TV+ series “Lessons in Chemistry” is set to hit the streaming platform in 2023.
Apple on Friday shared a first look at upcoming drama series “Lessons in Chemistry.”
Apple signed the series in January 2021, and is based on Bonnie Garmus’ novel of the same title.
“Lessons in Chemistry” is set in the 1950s, when a young, aspiring scientist named Elizabeth Zott (Lawson) is fired from her lab after finding out she’s pregnant. She takes a job as a host on a cooking show and winds up teaching her audience more than just recipes.
Staring alongside Larson are actors Lewis Pullman (“Top Gun: Maverick”), Aja Naomi King (“How to Get Away with Murder”), Stephanie Koenig (“The Flight Attendant”), Patrick Walker (“The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey”), Thomas Mann (“Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty”), Kevin Sussman (“The Big Bang Theory”), and Beau Bridges (“Homeland”).
“Lessons in Chemistry” joins a growing slate of Apple TV+ dramas, including highly praised workplace drama “Severance,” and sci-fi alt-reality drama “For All Mankind.”