Apple TV+ ‘Mythic Quest’ teaser targets teamwork, and the metaverse


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Apple has released a first-look teaser for the third season of “Mythic Quest,” showing what to expect from Rob McElhenney’s Apple TV+ comedy for the upcoming season.

The minute-long teaser was posted on YouTube late Saturday, and contains a description that explains the video with the words “Break Up Is Hard. Working Together Is Harder.” The description also adds that the new ten-episode season will air in the fall via Apple TV+.

The teaser begins with a synopsis of season two featuring creative directors Ian and Bobby, performed by McElhenney and Charlotte Nickdow, leaving the company to form a new project. The pair is then shown in a large white desk before making a joke about the metaverse.

Other clips include a tank running over a car, discussions about NFTs, and characters eating food, before an extended scene featuring a meeting on harassment and cat-like behavior.

In a press release, Apple explains that Ian and Poppy work together at the newly formed GrimPop Studios, while in Mythic Quest, David is settling into his role as president.

During San Diego Comic-Con, co-creator Megan Ganz explained that after the team split in Season 2, the third figured out how to bring the team back “in a way that makes the seams organic.” The season also looks at “how difficult creative partnerships can be.”

In October 2021, it was revealed that there will be at least four seasons of Mythic Quest on Apple TV +.

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