Apple held a premiere for "The Crowded Room" on Thursday, with stars of the limited series including Amanda Seyfried and Tom Holland attending the event for the Apple TV+ show ahead of its streaming launch on June 9.
Held at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on Thursday, the Apple-hosted event for "The Crowded Room" brought together many of the cast who worked on the show, just over a week before it becomes publicly available to view on the streaming service.
In attendance were Tom Holland, Amanda Seyfried, and Emmy Rossum, as well as a large number of other cast members. The list includes Will Chase, Lior Raz, Thomas Sadoski, Emma Laird, Levon Hawke, and Sam Vartholomeos, among others.
Executive producers Alexandra Milchan, Yariv Milchan, and Michael Schaefer were also at the gathering.
"The Crowded Room" tells the tale of Danny Sullivan, played by Holland, who was arrested following a shooting in New York City in 1979. Told through a series of interviews by investigator Rya Goodwin (Seyfried), the story of Sullivan's life unfolds, showing elements of his past that shaped him, and pushing him into a life-altering revelation.
A co-production between Apple Studios and New Regency, the first three episodes of "The Crowded Room" will debut on Apple TV+ on June 9. The series finale of the ten-episode limited series is set to air on July 28.