We come back one more week with our summary of the news related to new content for Apple TV +, The Apple platform for films, documentaries and series. These days are full of new data, and also in Cupertino they have reason to celebrate good news because there is.
This good news is led by the success of the documentary Billie Eilish, which Deadline said caused a record number of new subscriptions to the service. So much so that Apple TV + would have increased 33% of new paying users. And half of that wave of new customers comes from outside the United States.
We must also congratulate the makers of “ Wolfwalkers ”, since the animated film released on Apple TV + has reached ten nominations for the annie awards. The delivery ceremony will take place on April 16.
Calls, a 12-minute audio series
As a novelty officially announced by Apple, we have a special new series called ‘Calls’. It will consist of 12-minute episodes in which we will only listen to phone calls, with the screen only supporting visual effects. In every call, strange things will happen, and something in common will unite the calls of all the episodes. It seems to be one of those shows where it’s best no one tells us anything to better enjoy it.
Then we have a good chunk of news for future content:
- Callum Turner and Austin Butler to star in ‘Band of Brothers’ series sequel called ‘Masters of the air’. Steven Spielberg’s studio Amblin and Tom Hanks’ Playtone will be responsible for its production.
- Nicole Kidman starring ‘Roar’, a new series that describes itself as a dark comedic anthology of stories about feminism. The news has been confirmed by Apple itself.
- Another official announcement from Apple is of a new series called “Dr. Brain’. It will be Korean, sci-fi, and star actor Lee Sun-Kyun, who previously had his stellar appearance in “ Parasite. ” It will deal with the consequences undergone by a scientist to access the memories of close victims of an accident in order to try to know the causes.
Remember that today Friday you also have new episodes of ‘For All Mankind’ and ‘Servant’, two of the series which attract the most audiences at the moment on the service.