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Maya Rudolph Is on a Journey of Self-Discovery in Apple TV Plus' 'Loot' Trailer'

Watch a trailer for 'Loot' starring Maya Rudolph ahead of its June premiere on Apple TV+.
by Danielle Turchiano — 
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From left to right: Joel Kim Booster, Maya Rudolph, and Ron Funches in 'Loot'

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Maya Rudolph is going through it in Apple TV+'s upcoming comedy Loot.

While her character's life looks glamorous from the outside, as she is a billionaire with private jets (that's plural), a huge mansion with a stocked candy room, and a new boat, she soon learns her husband (played by Adam Scott) is cheating on her and has to set out to remake herself. See a sneak peek of how in the just-released trailer below.

Rudolph's Molly Novak first spirals publicly after this betrayal. After all, they had been together for two decades, and he left her for a younger woman (played by Dylan Nicole Gelula). But then she learns she actually has a charity foundation, and with some pushing from the woman who runs it (Sofia, played by Michaela Jaé Rodriguez), she actually starts showing up and doing (some) work.

"I need to prove I have substance," Molly says in the trailer. "I'm so excited to save the world together. I'll see you tomorrow and the next day and the next day — actually, Friday there's a thing at St. Bart's I might want to go to. But definitely next week."

Also along on her journey are her devoted assistant Nicholas (Joel Kim Booster), the foundation's accountant Arthur (Nat Faxon), and Molly's optimistic and pop culture-loving cousin Howard (Ron Funches).

Molly is on a journey to make herself better, but as Sofia reluctantly admits in the trailer, she's making everyone better as she does.

The 10-episode season premieres June 24 on Apple TV+. It is created, written, and executive produced by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard. Rudolph, Natasha Lyonne, and Danielle Renfrew Behrens also executive produce through their Animal Pictures banner, and Dave Becky of 3 Arts also serves as an executive producer. The show is produced for Apple by Universal Television.