Well known for shows like “Battlestar Galactica” and “Star Trek”, Ron Moore sat down for a podcast interview to talk about what it was like working for Apple on “For All Mankind” and his future goals (via THR).
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Apple original “For All Mankind” debuted its second season on Friday. Here’s what writer Ron Moore had to say:
It’s a tech company that is getting into entertainment and there were growing pains to figure out. As I started working with Apple, I’m not used to people saying things like, “Well, Cupertino hasn’t weighed in on that.” The first year was a lot of growing pains of any company setting out to do something for the first time but it was greatly aided by the fact that I knew so many of the people who were in the Apple TV+ division.
Tim Cook came to the set and sat at the Mission Control consoles and enjoyed himself. He got lost in the consoles the keyboards: “Oh yeah, I remember this kind of CRT.” I would go to Cupertino for various things and was always [warmly received]: “For All Mankind, I love that show! I was a huge fan of the space program.”
In recent Apple TV+ news, the company shared a teaser image for “Lisey’s Story” from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams. Another show, “Mythic Quest” is returning for season two on April 7.