The most popular new releases on Netflix this year were mostly the firm’s original content, giving credit to Apple TV+’s strategy.
Proposed and existing laws in Russa could limit the expansion of Apple TV+ and other video streaming services in the country.
Premiering on January 17, 2020, Little America is an anthology series to share the true stories of immigrants. Apple shared a trailer for the series on its YouTube channel.
“Little America,” is written and executive produced by Lee Eisenberg (“The Office,” Good Boys), who serves as showrunner, and executive produced by Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick, “Silicon Valley”), Emily V. Gordon (The Big Sick), Alan Yang (“Master of None,” “Parks and Recreation”), Sian Heder (Tallulah, “Orange Is the New Black”), Joshuah Bearman (Argo), Joshua Davis (Spare Parts) and Arthur Spector (The Shack). Heder also serves as co-showrunner alongside Eisenberg.
Today Apple announced that an LGBT documentary called Visible: Out on Television will premiere on its service February 14, 2020.
Amazon Prime scored two days of record-breaking sign-up figures whilst broadcasting soccer, something which should also encourage Apple.
Oprah Winfrey and Impact Partners will release a documentary on Apple TV+ next year to examine sexual assault in the music industry.
Apple has already renewed the M Night Shyamalan directed show ‘Servant’ for a second series, days before the first episodes air on Apple TV+.
Two Apple TV+ shows – See and The Morning Show entered Reelgood’s streaming Top 20 last week, in 11th and 12th positions respectively.
Apple shared a video that gives us a look at its upcoming Apple TV+ show Truth Be Told.
When new evidence compels podcaster Poppy Parnell (Octavia Spencer) to reopen the murder case that made her a national sensation, she comes face to face with Warren Cave (Aaron Paul), the man she may have mistakenly helped to put behind bars. Her investigation navigates urgent concerns about privacy, media and race.
Truth Be Told is created by Nichelle Tramble Spellman and stars Octavia Spencer, Aaron Paul, Lizzy Caplan, Elizabeth Perkins, Michael Beach, Mekhi Phifer, Tracie Thoms, Haneefah Wood and Ron Cephas Jones.
‘The Morning Show’ team head to LA to cover wildfires raging there, but it is only the nearby mountain ranges where things are heating up.