It seems that this week news about what’s new in Apple TV + they take a break, but that doesn’t mean there is little to say. June is a big month for the catalog, with previews taking place almost every week.
Interestingly, this coincides with the end of the extended free periods of the platform that many of us still had since the start of the service. So maybe we are looking at a good Cupertino move to encourage all the pioneers to stay and continue paying for the service. Let’s go through all the premieres of the month
A preview every Friday of the month
First, we have the premiere of ‘Lisey’s story‘, the adaptation of the Stehpen King novel of the same name and starring Julianne Moore, of which you can already see the first three chapters. The remainder of the season will appear weekly every Friday.
Next week, June 11, the second season of “Home Before Dark”; the series in which we will see how the young protagonist continues to solve the mysteries hidden by her people.
On June 18, we’ll all dance to the beat of 80s music with the premiere of ‘Physical‘, where we’ll see a housewife trying to enter the aerobics world through the front door without even receiving the support of her own husband.
On June 25, the premiere of second season of “Central Park”, the animated musical in which a family will continue to try to stop a millionaire from turning Manhattan’s iconic park into a real estate development.
That same day, June 25 also arrives’Breaststroke‘, the documentary on communication between whales that is the subject of an investigation by the scientific community. And by July we will have the arrival of second season of ‘Ted Lasso’
And since we are talking about ‘Ted Lasso’, from 9to5Mac, it has been reported that over the next few weeks official merchandising will be launched from the series: jerseys, caps … The Lasso football team will have its own official clothing line.
Finally, we have official confirmation. Apple announced that renews ‘The Mosquito Coast’ for a second season. You can watch all seven episodes of the first on Apple TV +, they’re all available, and they must have had good ratings for Apple to make this renewal so quickly.