TMO’s Editor-in-Chief Bryan Chaffin returns to Media+ to discuss the significance of Apple TV+ getting its first Oscar nominations. He and host Charlotte Henry also discuss the growing amount of offshoot content Apple is making related to its shows.
I watch a lot of cooking shows and one of my favorites is “Binging With Babish.” This week his newest video is recreating the biscuits from “Ted Lasso” on Apple TV+. “Ted Lasso’s optimistic, unflappable energy didn’t just win over the hearts of the footballers he coached; this past year, audiences everywhere were swept up in his Kansas City charm. Now his crumbly, buttery shortbread biscuits can win you over no matter what scumbag ex-husband’s reputation you seek to sabotage, thanks to this simple-but-loving recipe.”
A new clip, released Monday, gives a behind the scenes look at the movie Cherry, released last week on Apple TV+. In the video , directors Joe and Anthony Russo, as well as stars Tom Holland, Ciara Bravo, and cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel discuss how the made the movie.
Apple TV+ has landed a docuseries called “The Jet” that tells the story behind the popular Pepsi campaign in the 1990s.
Cherry became the latest original movie to land on Apple TV+ on Friday. The film had previously played in some open theaters. It stars Tom Holland and Ciara Bravo. Mr. Holland plays the title character, a college dropout who becomes army medic in Iraq and returns with PTSD. Ms. Bravo plays his true love and the film tells the tale of their destrcutive relationship. It was directed by Anthony and Joe Russo.
Apple and Imagine Entertainment have signed a multi-year first look deal, and a deal with Imagine Documentaries has been extended.
Dominique Fishback is set to co-star with Samuel L. Jackson in upciming Apple TV+ drama series ‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’.
The latest look at an episode of Servant with creator M. Night Shyamalan is here. This week, he goes through episode 208, ‘Loveshack’. He focuses on the relationship within The Church of Lesser Saints, and that of Leanne and Julian. The episode, and previous episodes from seasons one and two, are available to Apple TV+ subscribers now through the TV app.
Apple has given a straight-to-series order for “Lady in the Lake” starring Natalie Portman and Lupita Nyong’o.
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Apple TV+ has been available for well over a year now, and some of the shows have picked up a considerable fan base. Writing for 9to5 Mac, marketing strategist Parker Ortolani argued that we now need some official merch. (And I think he’s got a good point…)
There is plenty of bootleg merch on the web for different Apple TV+ shows, primarily for “Ted Lasso.” That comes as no surprise since the show has been a huge hit for the company. The upbeat show has become a mainstay of pandemic life. It’s uplifting and just a pure joy to watch during these difficult times. We all know that if Apple were to take a stab at making merch, they would make some awesome things. In fact, they already have made some products to market shows like “Ted Lasso.” But they haven’t made them available to the public, rather opting to send gift packages to press and leaders of the television industry. The Apple-branded merch products that they sell exclusively at Infinite Loop and at Apple Park have always been incredibly cool pieces to show your Apple pride. There’s no doubt that Apple’s designers could do the same for these shows and films.