Julia Louis-Dreyfus is set to star in and official produce new projects for Apple TV+ after signing an exclusive arrangement with the streaming service.
Apple reported the multiyear agreement Friday, however, didn’t unveil the terms of the deal.
It’s the first-ever overall deal with a streaming service for Louis-Dreyfus, who’s known for her featuring roles in sitcoms like “Seinfeld” and “Veep.”
“I am thrilled about this new partnership with my friends at Apple,” Louis-Dreyfus said in a press release.
Kidding, she included: “Also, many thanks and kudos to my representatives for structuring the deal in such a way that I am paid in AirPods.”
Louis-Dreyfus is likewise featuring in the up and coming movie “Downhill” with Will Ferrell. Her credits as a maker incorporate that film, in addition to shows like “Veep,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “Viewing Ellie.”
Apple has been attempting to acquire enormous names as it hopes to produce more interest in its subscription streaming service. After signing a few stars like Oprah Winfrey a year ago, the organization recently declared it had gained Spike Jonze’s new Beastie Boys narrative.
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