Apple TV+ series Acapulco tells the story of the staff and guests high-end Mexican resort in the 1980s. In a new video, the cast and crew explain how they recreated that world. The first four episodes are available to subscribers now, with new ones released each Friday.
A new featurette for Apple TV+ show Foundation was released on Wednesday. Called ‘The Saga’, it outlines the premise of the series, which is based on the novels of Isaac Asimov. The first six episodes are currently available to subscribers, with new episodes released each Friday. The show will return for a second season.
A premiere event for the soon-to-be-released Apple TV+ show Swagger took place on Tuesday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The four-part documentary The Line, telling the story of former Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher, will premiere on Apple TV+ on November 19.
Episode six of ‘The Morning Show’ season two sees Bradley get a surprise visit on a particularly bad day for the host.
Dr. Brain will premiere on Apple TV+ on Wednesday, November 3 in the U.S. and then globally on November 4.
The aliens have arrived with Invasion, the first three episodes of which are now available on Apple TV+. The remaining seven episodes will be released on a weekly basis. The show is set across multiple continents and follows an alien attack on Earth through a variety of different perspectives.
Season two of Snoopy in Space will lift off on Apple TV+ on November 12, with all 12 new episodes becoming available on that date.
Other episodes of ‘The Morning Show’ season two have made pertinent points – episode five ties up a few loose ends but offers little else.
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We got another insight into what The Tragedy of Macbeth from Academy Award winner Joel Coen will look when a new teaser was released over the weekend. Starring Oscar winners Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, the Shakespeare adaptation was shot in black and white and has a very sparse, moody, vibe about it. The film will be available on Apple TV+ from January 14, having arrived in cinemas on Christmas Day.