Harrison Ford's series Shrinking has future confirmed
Apple TV+'s Shrinking has proven popular among Harrison Ford fans and streaming platform viewers, with the series now officially renewed for season two.
The show was created by Jason Segel, who plays Jimmy in the show, and Ted Lasso writer/producers Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein, the writer-actor who plays Roy Kent in the football hit.
In Shrinking, Segel plays Jimmy, a grieving therapist who starts to break the rules of his practice by telling his roster of clients precisely what he thinks about them and their mental health.
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Ford plays Dr. Paul Rhoades in the show, Jimmy's mentor and an ageing therapist trying to cope with Parkinson's disease.
Head of Programming for Apple TV+ Matt Cherniss, said: "We have loved the engaging, touching, and hilarious world of Shrinking since the beginning, and it has been wonderful to watch as audiences around the world continue to connect with these big-hearted characters.
"We can't wait for viewers to experience what the cast and creative team have for season two."
Shrinking also stars Jessica Williams, Michael Urie, Christa Miller and Lukita Maxwell.
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An official press release from Apple hails the Ford TV series as "one of 2023's funniest shows".
Not much else is known about the show's second season and whether or not it consists of 10 episodes like season one, but fans can rest knowing that the show will continue.
The final few episodes of Shrinking are yet to air on Apple TV+
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The 80-year-old actor shows no signs of slowing down, with Ford already confirmed to be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: New World Order and Thunderbolts as Thaddeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross and he will crack his iconic whip again as Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.
Shrinking is available to stream on Apple TV +
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