Apple has shared a second trailer for the upcoming Apple TV+ series WeCrashed ahead of its debut on the video service on Friday, March 18.
- Apple TV+ shares a new trailer for “WeCrashed,” an upcoming limited series
- The miniseries is set to begin streaming on Apple’s video platform from March 18
- It’s based on a podcast called “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork”
Here’s a new trailer for the Apple TV+ series “WeCrashed”
Apple recently shared this new trailer through its official Apple TV+ YouTube channel. Specifically, the 140-second video was published unlisted on YouTube on February 22, 2022. The video remained unlisted at the time of writing, but it could go public at any time or Apple could pull it together. Were it not for the inquisitive eye of AppleInsider‘s Darryl Boxberger, it could have easily gone unnoticed.
“WeCrashed” has been scheduled to make its debut on Apple TV+ on Friday, March 18, 2022, with new weekly installments each Friday through April 22.
Starring Jared Leto as Adam Neumann, Anne Hathaway as Rebekah Neumann and Kyle Marvin as Miguel McKelvey, “WeCrashed” was inspired by true events chronicled in a podcast series called “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork” upon which this upcoming series is based. WeWork, needless to say, was a phenomenon in its own right. What started as a single co-working space grew to a huge entity worth $47 billion—all within a decade. Things turned around pretty quickly, though, as the company’s valuation dropped $40 billion in under 12 months.
From the video’s description:
Inspired by actual events—and the love story at the center of it all. WeWork grew from a single co-working space into a global brand worth $47 billion in under a decade. Then, in less than a year, its valuation dropped $40 billion. What happened?
Apple recently shared a teaser video for “WeCrashed” so give that one a watch too if you haven’t already. Read: How to lock your profile on Netflix with a PIN
The project was produced by Apple Originals, led by showrunners and executive producers Lee Eisenberg and Drew Crevello. John Requa and Glenn Ficarra serve as directors, with additional executive producers Anne Hathaway, Jared Leto, Emma Ludbrook, Natalie Sandy, Hernan Lopez, Marshall Lewy, Aaron Hart and others.