The surf will be up on Apple TV when they produce a TV adaption of the children’s graphic novel series “Surfside Girls.” The announcement was made by the streamer / overpriced electronics producer over the weekend.
The surfside girls of “Surfside Girls” are Sam and Jade, two residents of a beachside town who are polar opposites yet best friends. One eventful summer (to put it mildly) they encounter the ghost of a pirate named Remi, and become clued into the existence of a cursed treasure hidden deep under the Danger Point bluff. They must both figure out a way to get rid of the curse, but they have different ways of approaching it. Jade is more analytical and seems more concerned with decoding the logic of why a ghost would exist in the first place, while Sam just accepts it and enthusiastically dives into danger. Presumably they save their town from the curse because a sequel was released later (and a third book is due out tomorrow).
Apple TV’s adaption of “Surfside Girls” will star Miya Cech (“Rim of the World,” “The Astronauts”) as Jade’and Yaya Gosselin (“We Can be Heroes,” “FBI: Most Wanted”) as Sam. Daytime Emmy Award-nominee May Chan (“An American Girl Story: Ivy & Julie 1976,” “Avatar: the Last Airbender”) will serve as showrunner, head writer and executive producer. Other writers involved include Alex Diaz, Julie Sagalowsky Diaz, America Young and Lydia Antonini. Paul Davidson and Jeff Brustrom represent IDW, who publishes the comics.
Production on “Surfside Girls” is now underway. A 10-episode first season has been ordered, with no targeted release date yet.
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