Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the unexpected new quarantine episode of Mythic Quest on Apple TV+.
Apple announced a new partnership with The Jim Henson Company to reboot “Fraggle Rock”, following the success of “Fraggle Rock: Rock On!” on Apple TV+.
“Little Voice”, a series from J.J. Abrams, Sara Bareilles, and Jessica Nelson, is coming to Apple TV+ on July 10.
On Wednesday Apple announced a short form docuseries called “Greatness Code featuring stories from LeBron James, Tom Brady, and others.
Apple TV shared a trailer on YouTube for its upcoming documentary series called “Dear…”. It was inspired by the Apple Watch campaign where people read a letter on how the wearable impacted their lives. The series will have 10 episodes and feature stars like Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Wonder, Gloria Steinem, and others. “Inspired by Apple’s groundbreaking “Dear Apple” ad for the Apple Watch, Dear… is an inventive approach to biographies of the influential people who are shaping culture and society today using letters that fans have written to them. Dear… focuses on key moments from subjects’ lives and their work that has profoundly impacted not only the individuals who have written letters, but the world at large.”
Hollywood Reporter talked with Rob McElhenney, creator and star of Mythic Quest, about the newest quarantine episode.
McElhenney pitched the idea to his bosses at Apple, who were immediately on board. To pull it off, he told a team in Cupertino, California, that the production would need 40 new iPhones and 20 sets of earbuds later that week.
“This was a Monday, and I said, ‘If we have them by Friday, I think we could pull this off. Is that possible?'” he recounts by phone. “There was a rep on the call who didn’t skip a beat. She said, ‘I already have them tracked down. They’re in L.A. and I can have them to you by this afternoon.'”
Streaming TV services have evolved, by design and content, to appeal to certain segments of the viewer marketplace. Except, it seems, Apple.
John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss reports Apple is looking to buy content to expand the TV+ library.
A report today claims that Apple is trying to build a back catalog of video content to compete better with Netflix and Disney+.
Apple has ordered a four-part documentary series from the directors of “McMillion$”, Brian Lazarte and James Lee Hernandez.
Established streaming TV services have strong video libraries and relationships, experience and bargaining power. They can ramp up when needed. Apple TV+ doesn’t enjoy that kind of leverage.
Director Ridley Scott and his production company Scott Free Productions have signed a first-look deal with Apple for Apple TV+.
John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple TV boxes, Apple TV apps, and the Apple TV+ streaming service.
‘The Morning Show’ launched Apple TV+ but the recently released ‘Defending Jacob’ could the streaming service’s breakout success.
Apple has hired BBC factual controller Alison Kirkham to join Apple TV+ this summer. She will remain in London and oversee unscripted content.
Annie Weisman, producer and show runner of Apple TV+ series Physical, has signed a two-year contract to product exclusively for Apple.
There appears to be a big push to bring in more Apple TV+ subscribers. Maybe it’s because of the ever-growing competition. Maybe it’s because a load of people will be getting their new iPhone SE soon and the company wants to remind them they get a year’s free subscription. Whatever it is, this is the second advert to land in about 24-hours. It focusses on the “unbelievable journeys” Apple TV+ can take viewers on and highlights some of the original flagship shows.
The British comedy series ‘Trying’ is now available on Apple TV+, as is the latest episode of ‘Defending Jacob’.
It is not just Apple hardware that allows you to stream Apple TV+ shows – they are also accessible on various Amazon Fire TV devices.