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Not Since Mad Men: Jon Hamm Set To Star In Apple TV+ Drama Series 'Your Friends and Neighbors'

Image of Jon Hamm and Billy Crudup in The Morning Show, now streaming on Apple TV+

It seems that the Emmy-nominated Apple TV+ ad 'Everyone but Jon Hamm' is still paying dividends for actor Jon Hamm. The actor recently starred in the critically acclaimed, AFI Award-winning third season of Apple’s Emmy, SAG, and Critics Choice Award-winning series, The Morning Show, and is now set to star in the Apple TV+ original Your Friends and Neighbors.

In the comedic ad, Jon Hamm is seen browsing through a list of shows and movies, all starring a few familiar colleagues. The ad also shows Hamm pleading with Tom Hanks to assist him in getting a project on Apple TV+. It was nominated for an Emmy award in the category of Outstanding Commercial.

Image of Jon Hamm and Jennifer Aniston in The Morning Show leaning on table facing each other

In Your Friends and Neighbors, Hamm (Mad Men) plays Coop, a recently divorced hedge fund manager who, after being fired, resorts to stealing from the wealthy residents in his tiny upstate New York suburb in order to keep his family’s lifestyle afloat. These petty crimes begin to reinvigorate him until he breaks into the wrong house at the wrong time.

Hamm, currently starring in the new season of Fargo, also serves as executive producer. The drama series developed by Apple Studios is based on an original idea by acclaimed screenwriter, producer, and novelist Jonathan Tropper (See, The Adam Project, Warrior, Banshee). The new project marks the latest collaboration between Hamm and Apple TV+, and the first time he will anchor an ongoing series since Mad Men.

Image of Billy Crudup and Jon Hamm sitting across from each other at a dinner table in a restaurant in The Morning on Apple TV+

Tropper also serves as showrunner and executive producer under his overall deal with Apple TV+. Hamm will executive produce alongside Connie Tavel (Confess, Fletch). Under his overall deal with Apple TV+ and his shingle Tropper Ink, Tropper also served as showrunner and executive producer of the global hit Apple Original series See, starring Jason Momoa.

He has authored six bestselling novels, and written films such as The Adam Project, starring Ryan Reynolds, This Is Where I Leave You, starring Jason Bateman and Tina Fey, and Kodachrome, starring Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis, and Elizabeth Olsen.

There is no date or cast information announced at this time.

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