The news of Apple TV +new service streaming Apple videos just don't stop.
Let's check the latest?
?The Ghost Writer? (Ghostwriter)
One of the series already available on the service gained a few days ago a featurette (kind of trailer interspersed with cast / crew testimonials and behind-the-scenes footage). Check out:
?The Ghost Writer? one remake original series that aired on PBS between 1992 and 1995. The series Helpsters and ?Snoopy in Space? dedicated to children.
Completely changing the theme, the series run by M. Night Shyamalan won another trailer that focused on the creation of Jericho, the fake / realistic baby who plays the role of protagonist.
The series will be the first major Apple TV + debut following the November 1 release of the service; it will be available on Thursday, 11/28; It will be 10 episodes of 30 minutes.
There's still a lot to debut on Apple TV +, but that doesn't mean the company isn't working to expand its catalog more and more. Evidence that, according to the The Holywood Reporter, Ma gave the go-ahead for a new dramatic series called Slow Horses.
The production will be based on a homonymous book series by author Mick Herron, and stars no less than Gary Oldman.
The story revolves around a team of British department intelligence agents entitled Slough house, from MI5, in which former species are allocated after their careers fail. Oldman must play Jackson Lamb, the leader of the Slough house who wants to go back to the world of espionage doing absolutely everything that is needed.
Slow Horses written by comedian Will Smith, who has worked on Veep (from HBO). Producers include Graham Yost, Jamie Laurenson, Hakan Kousetta, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gail Mutrux, and Douglas Urbanski.
?The Morning Show?
One of the darlings of Apple TV + is already renewed for the second season in fact, the series was born with a sequence already confirmed (but that's detail).
Kerry Ehrin, series executive producer and writer, spoke with Variety about the possibilities surrounding the narrative of season two, as season one flirted with something very current and real: sexual harassment at work, heavily influenced by the #MeToo movement.
As season two debuts in November 2020 (right in the time of the US election), the Variety wondered if this theme could be part of the plot. Ehrin denied, giving a fairly logical explanation: the script is being written now and filming will begin next; so anticipate something very complicated.
You can't do current politics, so my idea is that if you deal with politics, you deal with political themes. I call it the ?adjacent stream,? where you are not historically aging in dealing with a specific thing, but you can take the spirit of what is going on in the world and do something with those themes.
Then we'll see what to see next!
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