Whether you are for or against Apple to expand its catalog of video titles Apple Music, I ask you to prepare to receive this news: Ma is supposed to bring back a series of science fiction that was successful in the 1980s, created by no one else, no one less than Steven Spielberg, as the Wall Street Journal.
Conceived by the great filmmaker, ?Wonderful Stories? (?Amazing Stories?) was displayed by NBC between 1985 and 1987 (and also in Brazil, in the early 1990s, for Rede Globo) and, during those two years, he received five Emmy awards. It had the format of anthology, that is, a different story for each episode, very similar to ?Alm da Imaginao? (Alm da Imaginao) (?The Twilight Zone?) and, more recently, "Black Mirror".
The information obtained by the WSJ report that Apple has released ten new episodes of the series, together with Spielberg's film production company, Amblin Entertainment, and also with NBC Universal. Production expenses would be more than $ 5 million per episode, with Spielberg likely to be an executive producer.
The idea of ??making a reboot this series had been under consideration for years, but it seems that only the filmmaker found the ideal place for the stories to come back to life.
Since Ma has really invested a lot in Apple Music, hiring big people to try to bring productions to the height of Netflix, this is certainly a very interesting way to start. Let's see what comes next!