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Apple orders suspense series from director M. Night Shyamalan; Carol Trussel is the company's newest head of production

Continuing the growing investment in original video content, a Apple this time he hired a big name as responsible for his productions.

As of now, there is a head of production to lead Ma's original content initiatives and she already has a good experience, as deadline.

Carol TrussellCarol Trussell

The TV veteran Carol Trussell whoever takes that post from next week. In its vast list of experience, there are jobs as a series producer as "Roswell", "True Blood", "Unnatural History" and ?What About Brian?.

Trussell has just left Gaumont Television, where he has held the same position as head of production since 2013, having worked on all ?physical? aspects of productions such as "Narcos", "Hannibal", "Hemlock Grove" and "F is for Family".

But Trussell is not the only name that will give Apple products a lot of weight: according to Variety, another novelty that the Indian filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan, producer of great hits like ?Fragmentado?, ?O Sixto Sentido?, ?Corpo Fechado?, ?Sinais?, ?A Vila?, among others, produce a psychological thriller for Apple Music or the company's own video service, if it ever becomes a reality.

M Night ShyamalanM. Night Shyamalan

For now there is no further details about the series, but it seems that Ma has already ordered ten half-hour episodes each. In addition to executive production, Shyamalan will direct the first episode that will be his second television show experience; the first was a series of science fiction "Wayward Pines", by Fox.

The series will be written by Tony Basgallop, whose works include "24: Legacy", ?Berlin Station?, "What Remains", "EastEnders" and ?Hotel Babylon?.

With this new series, which we do not even know the name of, the list of originals of the company reaches 11 productions and counting

The Apple Express for the production of original video content continues to follow at full speed, apparently faster than ever. ? ?

via AppleInsider, MacRumors