Tribeca Festival TV Lineup Features World Premiere of Jake Gyllenhaal Starrer ‘Presumed Innocent’

The 2024 Tribeca Festival has announced its TV lineup, with the June festival featuring the world premiere of the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring Apple TV+ series Presumed Innocent.

The legal thriller, set to premiere on Apple TV+ on June 14, comes from David E. Kelley and executive producer J.J. Abrams and also stars Ruth Negga and Peter Sarsgaard. Gyllenhaal also executive produces.

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Other world premieres include Hulu’s Mastermind: To Think Like A Killer, executive produced by Dakota and Elle Fanning, exploring Dr. Ann Burgess’ investigations; and the MGM+ docuseries, Hollywood Black, about the Black experience in the entertainment industry, executive produced by Justin Simien and featuring Issa Rae, Lena Waithe, Ryan Coogler and Ava DuVernay.

The festival will also screen the ESPN’s In the Arena: Serena Williams, Paramount+’s Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken and the premiere of the fourth and final season of My Brilliant Friend, among other titles.

Tribeca Festival also announced the lineup for its NOW program of independent short-form and long-form pilots and series.

“The episodic realm is rich in phenomenal storytelling, and Tribeca’s 2024 TV and NOW program delivers the very best of narrative and documentary series,” Tribeca senior programmer Liza Domnitz said in a statement. “Audiences can look forward to diving into the testimonies of brilliant visionaries like Serena Williams, Melissa Etheridge, and the original subjects of the Stanford Prison Experiment, all of whom will be joining us at the Festival to present their stories. We’re also thrilled to present international adaptations of beloved books from award-winning novelist Bernardine Evaristo with Mr. Loverman and the farewell season premiere of Elena Ferrante’s stunning My Brilliant Friend.”

The 23rd edition of the Tribeca Festival is set to take place across New York from June 5-16.

More info about this year’s festival, including the TV and NOW lineup, is available here.

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