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On June 19, Apple is adding "Dads" to Apple TV +




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As the months go by, Apple continues to release new content for its video streaming service, a service right now disable all products, like other services, so it's likely that in a few months, no content will be trained and if done, it will go down.

In addition to the series and the other film, on Apple TV + we also have some scripts. This section will be available on the new June 19, a new documentary called Dads (Dads), an upcoming release two days before Father's Day celebration in the United States.

The text is directed by actor Bryce Dallas Howard, daughter of famous film director Ron Howard. Some of the best-known director's works are Willow, Flares, Apollo 13, A Wonder Mind, The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, Inferno, The Dark tower.

This text, as described by Apple, is a "unique and fun" film that shows us Transforming the role of fathers by fathers worldwide

. This documentary shows us a series of American celebrities such as Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick, Kimmy Kimmel, Cran O & # 39; Brien and Will Smith among others in which they illustrate their experiences as parents in addition to how they applied it to their childhood. The document is part of an agreement that Apple reached with Ford Documents, a Howard-controlled producer.

Father's Day not celebrated in all countries on the same day. While Spain, Italy and Portugal (in addition to other countries) are celebrated on March 19, in many others such as Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and the United States. For United (in addition to many other countries) the festival takes place on the third Sunday of June, which will be held on June 21 this year.


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