To celebrate the release of City on Fire, the new series coming to Apple TV this week, we sat down with some of the show’s incredible ensemble to find out more.

Based on the best-selling novel and from executive producers of The O.C. and Gossip Girl, City on Fire is a drama-filled mystery propelled by interlocking narratives and character-driven twists. Set in post 9/11 New York City, the story centers around the Central Park shooting of a young college student, but when the search for the shooter quickly touches all corners of New York society, it brings together an unlikely cast of characters all looking for answers to questions of their own.

Chatting to stars Chase Sui Wonders (“Sam Yeung”), Wyatt Oleff (“Charlie Weisbarger”), Nico Tortorella (“William Hamilton-Sweeney”), Xavier Clyde (cast “Mercer Goodman”), Jemima Kirke (“Regan Hamilton-Sweeney-Lamplighter”), and Ashley Zukerman (cast “Keith Lamplighter”), we talk about the impact of the original novel, the advantages and disadvantages of moving the story from the 1970s to 2003, the importance of the show’s messages and themes that are still prevalent in 2023 and why the show is your next big binge watch.

You can watch all our interviews below:

“City on Fire” premieres globally with the first three episodes on May 12, 2023, followed by one new episode weekly through June 16 exclusively on Apple TV+.