From the makers of 'Schitt's Creek' comes yet another comedy series, here's eevrything we know about the trailer, cast and plot of 'The Big Door Prize.'
What would you do if a machine that can tell your true potential, lands up in your nearby Grocery store? Such is the situation with the characters in the new comedy series called The Big Door Prize by AppleTV+. Adapted from a bestselling novel by M.O Walsh, the show is all set to drop on the streamer soon. So let's reveal the shows' true potential in our way. Shall we?
We don't have an official date, but we do know that the show begins airing the show in the Spring of 2023. Each episode will focus on a single character, showcasing their life struggles unless Morpho, the miracle potential telling machine changes their lives.
The plot is still kept under wraps, but we do have a short official synopsis from the creative team,
A small town is forever changed when a mysterious machine appears, promising to reveal everyone’s true potential. Soon residents start changing jobs, rethinking relationships, and questioning long-held beliefs—all in pursuit of a better future.
The show comes from the makers of the Emmy Award-winning show Schitt's Creek, which makes us crave the release even more.
The network is yet to release a cast list, so can't give you the entire cast; however, here's the potential cast list for The Big Door Prize...Chris O’Dowd, who is known for his roles in Bridesmaids, and The IT Crowd, stars as Dusty, a very devoted husband, father, and teacher who is currently going through a midlife crisis. Gabrielle Dennis, who is known for her role in A Black Lady Sketch Show, is playing Dusty's wife, Cass, who is satisfied with what she has but is heavily devoid of an adventurous life. Their troubled teenage daughter is played by Djouliet Amara, who is known for appearing in Devil in Ohio. There's news that Sammy Fourlas, who has a presence on TikTok, will be debuting as an actor in this series. She will be playing a sweet and very sensitive teenager who is trying to cope with the death of her identical twin brother. Damon Gupton is playing Father Rueben who is a chaplain at Deerfield High, where he guides staff and students through any type of crisis that they might be going through. Ally Maki plays Hannah, who is a bartender. Christian Adam appears as Trevor, who you might know from his role in Good Girls.
Watch the teaser below...
Check out the poster here...