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Apple TV + will feature documentary about LGBTQ TV representation

Ma continues her journey to bring all kinds of programming to the Apple TV + and thereby attract as much audience as possible. The latest news comes from Variety: Cupertino giant has signed a deal to exclusively show a new documentary series produced by the actress Wanda sykes (Curb Your Enthusiasm).

?Visible: Out on Television? have five one-hour episodes each and analyze community impact LGBTQ in the foundation and in television culture. As officially described by the directors Ryan White and Jessica Hargrave, the production will bring "the importance of TV as an intimate format that has shaped American consciousness, and how the LGBTQ movement has shaped television."

The series will be narrated by television personalities like Neil Patrick Harris, Margaret Cho, Janet mock, Asia Kate Dillon and Lena Waithe. In addition, the episodes will feature testimonials from figures such as Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Anderson Cooper and others. The premiere is scheduled for February 14 next year.

Lot of Helpsters

Meanwhile, Ma tries to take some of its properties to the real world. As seen by the designer Parker ortolani, the company recently highlighted the ground level of a building in Chelsea (New York, United States) with the decoration of the juvenile series Helpsters.

Popup in Helpsters being built in Chelsea for the Apple TV.

According to information from the 9to5Mac, the location is actually the filming location of the series, which indicates that at least at first the "office" will not be open for visitation. Given that Ma is trying to improve its actions in the real world, however, this may soon change.

New featurette in Dickinson

Finally, Apple has released a new featurette in Dickinson, this time focused on the character of the Deathpersonified by rapper Wiz khalifa. In the video, the singer / actor talks about the process of figure creation; the creator Alena Smith and the actress Hailee steinfeld also from your testimonials.

Check it out:

Fun, isn't it?

via MacRumors