The first two episodes of the bilingual comedy series Acapulco are now available to Apple TV+ subscribers. It tells the story of Máximo Gallardo, played by Eugenio Derbez, who recalls working as a cabana boy at the glamorous hotel Las Colinas in the 80s. Further episodes will be released on a weekly basis.
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A newly released featurette gives further insight into the Apple TV+ show See was created. In particular, it outlines how all involved worked to build a world without sight. Season two is available to subscribers now, with new episodes released every Friday.
Episode three of season two of The Morning Show revolves around one character, Laura Peterson, as she interviews Alex and Bradley.
‘Ted Lasso’ and the Premier League have agreed a major licensing deal for season three, worth as much as £500,000.
As well as the Apple TV+ show and podcast, The Problem With Jon Stewart is releasing exclusive digital content. This includes a panel on the issue of veterans’ healthcare. Admiral Mike Mullen, Kerry Baker, Rosie Torres, Stephanie Savell, Sergeant Isiah James, and Staff Sergeant Wesley Black all feature.
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Brinda Adhikar, showrunner on The Problem With Jon Stewart, gave an insight into how episodes of the show are created. She also discussed the infamous trailer depicting Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos in Space.
That decision was purely based on an opportunity that was too good to pass up, which is that Jeff Bezos was going up in space. And we had made this thing because we knew he was going up, but we didn’t know Richard Branson was going to beat him to it and we didn’t know that he’d be wearing a cowboy hat. So, the thing that we were parodying was becoming reality and we were just like, how do we sit on this for a month? We can’t. It was kismet.