Apple TV + is approaching its delicate first days: in a few weeks, after a year of testing, the first monthly payments will start to be billed. It will depend on how up-to-date the catalog is which users decide to stay on, but luckily concrete news is starting to arrive on what we’ll see from next year and this encourages us not to cancel our subscription. Let’s see, one more Friday all the news of the week on Apple TV +
Nightlife, obsessions, pandas and lunar conflicts
The official announcement of the week with trailer included is ‘Earth at night’, another documentary series for the Apple TV + catalog which will focus on the projection of nocturnal scenes of animals filmed with special cameras. It will be narrated by Tom Hiddleston, an actor known for his character of Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
We also have the release date of the second season of ‘For All Mankind’: February 19, 2021. The continuation of this alternative space race between the United States and Russia will begin in less than thirteen weeks. Another series that will be returning that already seems to have a name is Comedy ‘Mythic Quest’
More trailers: This time from the Stillwater children’s series, in which a panda brings wisdom lessons to a group of kids who explore their feelings as they grow older.
Another Apple ad mentions the series “Losing Alice”, which deals with a director’s obsession with a screenwriter named Sophie. The first three episodes will air on January 22, with five more episodes per week to end the first season.
Finally, other media such as Deadline have us the news of Taron Egerton starring in a film that will deal with the creation and popularization of the mythical game. Tetris. Apple did not want to comment on this film, but it is already in production.