Apple news is increasingly focused on this supposed April event in which we will see product and accessory news, but like every week there is also news referring to the Apple TV + catalog. We will see them all in our weekly list in which we summarize the most relevant.
Another award for ‘Ted Lasso’
One more week we have to talk about rewards, because the series’Ted lasso‘managed to win the award for best comedy at the Writer’s Guild Awards. The Apple TV + football comedy is definitely one of the best hits on the platform.
On the other hand, we have some news regarding future content:
- A little SouthCoast Today leak: the makers of the series’Dickinson“ They commissioned the manufacture of flags for the United States, but during the Civil War era when they only had 34 stars. Apparently there will be scenes dealing with the conflict in future episodes of the series.
- ‘Trying‘, the series with Rafe Spall and Esther Smith in which they tell how a couple tries to adopt a child, has been confirmed for a third season. The second season is awaiting release, delayed by the pandemic.
- Tracy oliver signed an agreement to produce content on Apple TV + for the next several years. Her studio Yvonne Productions is famous for being responsible for the “Girls Trip” series.
- In Deadline, they talk about Apple’s efforts to secure exclusive rights to ‘The greatest beer race of all time‘, a movie starring Russel Crowe and Zac Efron. Directed by Peter Farrelly, it is said to be the initiative of a man to bring beer to his friends in the military … while they are on the front lines of Vietnam. Production would begin this summer if the pandemic permitted.
Remember that today you have a new chapter in the series’For all mankind‘plus a little first bonus: the interview of Oprah Winfrey with the poet Amanda Gorman, who played in a big moment during the inauguration ceremony of President Joe Biden. And if you still have time, try the original ‘Calls’ miniseries: its nine episodes of around 18 minutes on average each can be viewed in under three hours.