Tom Hiddleston will soon be a familiar face on Apple TV+. On Thursday, the streaming service green lit his limited series The White Darkness. It will be based on a real-life adventure exploring Antarctica.
The actor already filmed The Essex Serpent for Apple TV+, which is expected to debut on the streaming service this spring.
Tom Hiddleston explores Antarctica in The White Darkness
In the just-approved series, Hiddleston will play Henry Worsley, a devoted husband and father who is also deeply obsessed with adventure. His epic journey crossing Antarctica on foot is a story of courage, love, family and the extremes of human capacity.
The Apple TV+ series is based on David Grann’s nonfiction work, The White Darkness, which tells Worsley’s true-life account of his adventures. Grann also wrote Killers of the Flower Moon, soon to be an Apple TV+ series from Martin Scorsese.
Tom Hiddleston is certainly best known for playing Loki in multiple Marvel movies and TV series.
As Apple TV+ just announced a series order for The White Darkness, it’s not known when it will debut on the streaming service.
Also look for Tom Hiddleston in The Essex Serpent
Those eager for more Tom Hiddleston need wait no longer than the premiere of The Essex Serpent, reportedly coming to Apple TV+ on Friday, May 13.
The series is a period piece set in the Victorian Era. It tells the story of a widow, Cora Seagrave (played by Claire Danes), who moves from London to a small village in Essex after her marriage to an abusive husband comes to an end. There, she becomes interested in a local legend about a creature called the Essex Serpent. Hiddleston will star as Will Ransome, a trusted leader of the community.
Watching either Tom Hiddleston show will come with a $4.99 Apple TV+ subscription. And the service offers plenty more options, including thrillers, comedies, sci-fi epics, documentaries and more.