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‘Shrinking’: Apple TV Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything Else You Need to Know

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Apple TV+’s upcoming series Shrinking is all set to premiere this month. How I Met Your Mother’s stat Jason Segel takes the lead role both on and behind the screen.

Segel will be a writer Nd executive producer for the show alongside Brett Goldstein and Bill Lawrence. The project’s writers include Rachna Fruchbirm, Brian Gallivan, Bill Posely, Annie Mebane, Sofi Selig, Wally Baram, and Neil Goldman, who will also produce the show.

The show centers on Jimmy’s character, a distraught husband who has lost his wife. Jimmy vows to live his life differently in the future, giving everyone he speaks to “unfiltered” and “brutal honesty,” as described by Apple TV+, as he battles to deal with the loss while also being a dad and friend. Although he utilizes it on his clients, going against his training and ethics, there are better fits for this strategy than this therapist. However, telling the truth may help him and those around him.

The comedy series will premiere on January 27, 2033, with the first two episodes followed by new episodes released weekly. The show has ten episodes, and the final episode will air on March 24.

Here’s the cast of the show,
Jason Segel as Jimmy
Christa Miller as Liz
Harrison Ford as Dr. Paul Rhodes
Jessica Williams as Gaby
Luke Tennie as Sean
Micheal Urie as Brian
Lukita as Maxwell

The show’s trailer is yet to be out, and we will keep you posted.

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