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Godzilla and the Titans Monsterverse TV series lands at Apple TV Plus based on the film franchise

Godzilla and the Titans Monsterverse TV Series Coming to Apple TV Plus Based on the Hit Movie Franchise

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The Warner Bros. movie Monsterverse. and Legendary Pictures is coming from the big screen to the small with a new TV series for Apple TV Plus.

The monsterverse started with 2014’s Godzilla and continued with 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, 2019’s Godzilla: King of Monsters, and Godzilla vs. Kong from 2020.

Apple TV Plus issued a series order Thursday for a new live-action original series set in the “monster verse,” according to an Apple press release.

Godzilla and the Titans Monsterverse TV series lands at Apple

New Series: Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ movie “Monsterverse” comes from the big screen to the small with a new TV series for Apple TV Plus

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1663136668 314 Godzilla and the Titans Monsterverse TV series lands at Apple

Series order: Apple TV Plus issued a series order Thursday for a new live-action original series set in the “monster verse,” according to a press release from Apple.

The show is set in the aftermath of the “thundering battle between Godzilla and the Titans that razed San Francisco,” which revealed that these monsters are real.

The series explores “one family’s journey to uncover its buried secrets and a legacy that links them to the secret organization known as Monarch,” according to the show’s official description.

Legendary Entertainment, which produced the film franchise, will produce the new series, which currently has no official title.

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1663136669 506 Godzilla and the Titans Monsterverse TV series lands at Apple

Battle: The show is set in the aftermath of the “thundering battle between Godzilla and the Titans that razed San Francisco,” proving that these monsters are real

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1663136669 173 Godzilla and the Titans Monsterverse TV series lands at Apple

Monarch: The series explores, “one family’s journey to discover its buried secrets and a legacy that links them to the secretive organization known as Monarch,” according to the show’s official description

Chris Black (Outcast, Star Trek: Enterprise) will join Matt Fraction (Hawkeye) as showrunner and co-creator of the series.

Both Black and Fraction will serve as executive producers alongside Safehouse Pictures’ Joby Harold and Tory Tunnell.

Hiro Matsuoka and Takemasa Arita will executive produce for Toho, which has owned the Godzilla character since the 1950s and licensed the character to Legendary for this series and the movie franchise.

Creator: Chris Black (Outcast, Star Trek: Enterprise) will join Matt Fraction (Hawkeye) as showrunner and co-creator of the series

Creator: Chris Black (Outcast, Star Trek: Enterprise) will join Matt Fraction (Hawkeye) as showrunner and co-creator of the series

Creator: Chris Black (Outcast, Star Trek: Enterprise) will join Matt Fraction (Hawkeye) as showrunner and co-creator of the series

Toho: Hiro Matsuoka and Takemasa Arita will executive produce for Toho, which has owned the Godzilla character since the 1950s and licensed the character to Legendary for this series and the movie franchise

Toho: Hiro Matsuoka and Takemasa Arita will executive produce for Toho, which has owned the Godzilla character since the 1950s and licensed the character to Legendary for this series and the movie franchise

Toho: Hiro Matsuoka and Takemasa Arita will executive produce for Toho, which has owned the Godzilla character since the 1950s and licensed the character to Legendary for this series and the movie franchise

The Monsterverse movies have grossed nearly $2 billion worldwide at the box office and are expanding even further with the Skull Island anime series.

However, Legendary is developing another Monsterverse movie Deadline reports that the studio saw potential for a TV series.

They started shopping around the show for potential buyers and Apple would have immediately expressed an interest in adding a known IP property to enhance the original programming.

Monsterverse: The Monsterverse movies have grossed nearly $2 billion at the box office worldwide and are expanding even further with the Skull Island anime series

Monsterverse: The Monsterverse movies have grossed nearly $2 billion at the box office worldwide and are expanding even further with the Skull Island anime series

Monsterverse: The Monsterverse movies have grossed nearly $2 billion at the box office worldwide and are expanding even further with the Skull Island anime series

Another movie: Legendary is developing another Monsterverse movie, though Deadline reports that the studio saw potential for a TV series

Another movie: Legendary is developing another Monsterverse movie, though Deadline reports that the studio saw potential for a TV series

Another movie: Legendary is developing another Monsterverse movie, though Deadline reports that the studio saw potential for a TV series

The show will premiere worldwide on Apple TV Plus alongside a series of “immersive, world-building dramas.”

Other shows on the streaming service’s list include Wool, based on Hugh Howey’s New York Times bestselling trilogy of the same name, “Foundation,” based on Isaac Asimov’s award-winning novels, and created by David S. Goyer and Invasion, a new sci-fi drama series from Academy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy Award-nominated producer Simon Kinberg and David Weil

The streaming service also has the post-apocalyptic series See starring Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista and Alfre Woodard.

Premiere: The show premieres worldwide on Apple TV Plus alongside a series of 'immersive, world-building dramas'

Premiere: The show premieres worldwide on Apple TV Plus alongside a series of 'immersive, world-building dramas'

Premiere: The show premieres worldwide on Apple TV Plus alongside a series of ‘immersive, world-building dramas’