This week started with the confirmation of an Apple event and we are already very excited about what is going to be presented next Tuesday, but before we have a weekend to rest and relax. So, like every Friday, let’s see what are the news and press releases around Apple TV +.
Video game developers and empty cities
There are two firsts that can work very well on a Friday night. We must first Mythic Quest Special Episode
Today the documentary also premieres “ The year the Earth changed ”, which shows us how animals invaded cities during the pandemic’s total containment and nature took a hiatus when all of humanity stood still for a few weeks. Just because it’s narrated by David Attenborough, it’s already worth seeing in its orig inal version.
There is also a site for updates on future Apple TV + content:
- Depending on the deadline, Justin timberlake He will play television host Chuck Barris in a new drama series in several hour-long episodes. Barris was widely persecuted by the media at a time when he claimed to confess to being a CIA hitman.
- Apple has officially announced a documentary on the life and achievements of Louis armstrong, the well-known musician. It will be produced by Imagine Documentaries, by directors Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.
- Another documentary announced by Apple is that of ‘Breaststroke ‘, a documentary in which we will see the efforts of two scientists to communicate with humpback whales.
- Comedy ‘Acapulco‘continues filming, with six more actors joining its cast of characters, as featured in Deadline.
- Finally, we have a release date for Stephen King’s “ Lisey’s Story ” series: June 4th. Keep in mind that it will star Julianne Moore and that (like anything from King’s hand) it will be a mystery series. You have more details in Vanity Fair.
One last detail: today you have a new chapter of the series “For All Mankind”, the penultimate of the second season. If you follow the series carefully, because it looks like we’re going to have a vibrant ending.