WeCrashed Apple TV+ trailer shows heady days before epic fall of WeWork

‘WeCrashed’ Apple TV+ trailer shows heady days before epic fall of WeWork
Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway will star in WeCrashed on Apple TV+, premiering spring 2022.
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The first trailer for the Apple TV+ series WeCrashed focuses on the eerie cult of personality WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann was building before his company crashed. The series will star Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway.

The streaming service also revealed on Wednesday the premiere date for the series: March 18,2022.

Watch the teaser trailer for WeCrashed on Apple TV+

WeCrashed is based on actual events — how Neumann (Jared Leto) built WeWork from a single coworking space into a global brand worth $47 billion in under a decade. But it’ll also show how the valuation dropped to $10 billion in a few months amid questions about how Neumann was running the company.

Jared Leto has earned an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a SAG Award. So has Anne Hathaway.

She’ll play Rebekah Neumann, also a WeWork executive. The upcoming WeWork Apple TV+ series will portray “the love story at the center of it all,” according to Apple.

Lee Eisenberg and Drew Crevello developed the series for Apple. Eisenberg has a multiyear deal with Apple, and previously created the critically acclaimed Little America for Apple TV+. The show will be directed by the ream of John Requa and Glenn Ficarra.

The first three episodes of WeCrashed will debut on March 18, 2022. They’ll be followed by new weekly installments each Friday during its eight-episode season through April 22.

The Apple TV+ catalog grows

Apple’s a streaming service boasts an rapidly-expanding selection of series and films, including dramas, thrillers, comedies, sci-fi, documentaries and more. Also coming soon is The Afterparty, a comedy/murder mystery set to premier January 28. A week later will be Suspicion, a thriller starring Uma Thurman.

All of these, as well as WeCrashed, comes with a $4.99-per-month subscription to Apple TV+.

Source: Apple TV+