Earlier this year, we heard about a major new series heading to Apple TV+ called Wool. The show is set to star Rebecca Ferguson (Dune, Mission: Impossible Fallout) in the lead role. And while we're still missing a premiere date, we at least know one more face joining the cast today.
Apple TV+ has been working with National Basketball Association legend Kevin Durant for years to bring Swager to the streaming service. News initially broke regarding the show way back in 2018. And while there have been some bumps in the road, we are actually nearing the premiere date. And now we have an official trailer.
It's been a pretty busy day for Apple TV+. Along with debuting the official trailer for the third and last season of the anachronistic series Dickinson, the streaming service also shared the first trailer for the animated series Harriet the Spy. And to top it all off, now we have a brand new series order for good measure.
While the anachronistic series Dickinson might not pick up as much attention as other shows, it is one of Apple TV+'s best. Unfortunately, it's coming to an end soon with the third season. And to drum up attention for the finale, Apple TV has just shared the official trailer for what's coming.
Back in August, Apple announced that it had secured the streaming rights for a brand new animated series based on the popular book, "Harriet the Spy." At the time, Apple was basically just confirming it was adding yet another title to its growing roster of animated shows for Apple TV+, especially those specifically made for kids. But today, we get an actual trailer.
Apple TV+ already has its fair share of content that can be classified as a "dark comedy," but apparently the streaming service isn't quite done adding to that list. We've known for quite some time that The Shrink Next Door would be coming soon to Apple's original video streaming service before the end of this year. The company's even teased the limited series already. But now we have an official trailer.
On a pretty regular basis, Apple TV+ gives us a behind the scenes look at the various productions the streaming service has on tap. That includes plenty of interviews with the cast and crew of the hit comedy series Ted Lasso. But this one, featuring Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple, is a bit different.
Foundation is one of the biggest, boldest series on Apple TV+ right now. And that comes alongside another bombastic show like See (which is, for obvious reasons, far more grounded). The show based on the series of novels written by Isaac Asimov has a lot of story to tell, and it looks like one season is not going to cut it.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt brought the TV series Mr. Corman to Apple TV+ back in August of this year. The show recently aired its first season finale, which would normally lead to expectations for a second season debut. Especially when it comes to Apple TV+, which, up to this point, hasn't gone out of its way to cancel many shows. But we can count Gordon-Levitt's series as one of the few.
After an initial report that told us Chris Miller and Phil Lord, of The Lego Movie fame, were working on a murder mystery comedy for Apple TV+, things went dark. And that was way back in June of last year. But now, all this time later, we not only know when the new series will arrive on Apple's streaming service, but we also have the first teaser trailer.
It certainly feels like Apple is putting a concerted effort into bringing as much kid-friendly (and family-friendly) content to Apple TV+ as it can. And today it gets to add yet another to the list. Well, technically this one was confirmed back in May of this year, but now we finally know when kids are finally going to be able to watch it.
Apple has apparently signed an overall deal with director Sam Catlin to help develop and produce scripted Apple TV+ shows, according to sources who spoke with Variety.