Along with co-star and producer Reese Witherspoon, Nicole make about $1 million per episode for season two of the HBO hit, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Wiig is set to executive produce the show, with Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine banner serving as producer.
As it continues to spend heavily on original programs, Apple has picked up its first scripted comedy series.
Colleen McGuinness (30 Rock) created the series and serves as showrunner. Sittenfeld will serve as a consulting producer. Her other recent film credits include "The Martian", "Downsizing", and "Ghostbusters". The first is an untitled morning show drama, starring herself and Jennifer Aniston. (Apple does not own the show.)Notably, this is the third series that Witherspoon is working on with Apple.
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"It's not a shock to anybody that having a second season of an ongoing series is easier to have with those deals in place", HBO programming president Casey Bloys said in the THR article.
They also have announced an in-the-works space drama from "Battlestar Galactica" executive producer Ronald D. Moore, an "Amazing Stories" reboot with Steven Spielberg and what it calls an "epic, world-building drama" called "See" from "Peaky Blinders" creator Steven Knight.
In a piece published by The Hollywood Reporter, it's been revealed that season two of the Golden Globe and Emmy-winning miniseries is going to be more expensive than anyone was anticipating.