Apple TV+ series Drops of God gets premiere date
It is based on New York Times bestselling Japanese manga series of the same name
Multilingual drama Drops of God is set to premiere on Apple TV+ on April 21. It is based on New York Times bestselling Japanese manga series of the same name, authored by Tadashi Agi.
The streaming platform will release first two episodes on April 21, followed by a new episode every Friday. It will consist of eight episodes.
Drops of God features Fleur Geffrier and Tomohisa Yamashita in the lead roles. Shot in French, English and Japanese, the series follows the aftermath of the death of Alexandre Leger, a legendary personality in wine studies. After his passing away at his Tokyo home, his daughter Camille has to compete with young oenologist Isse Tomine in order to claim inheritance of her father’s collection of wine.
While Fleur will feature as the daughter, Tomohisa plays the young competitor. The series is produced by Les Productions Dynamic in association with 22H22 and Adline Entertainment. Quoc Dang Tran is the writers of the show along with serving as the creator. Oded Ruskin is the director of Drops of God.
Drops of God had illustrations by Shu Okimoto and consisted of 70 volumes during its run from 2004 to 2014.