“Ted Lasso,” one of the most popular shows on Apple's video-streaming service with an 86 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, has been renewed for its third season. In addition, the complete first season of “Ted Lasso” is now available exclusively on Apple TV+.
Apple TV+ has scooped up a brand new current-affairs series which will put former Emmy-winning writer, producer and host of “The Daily Show” Jon Stewart back in the anchor’s chair.
Apple has ordered “Platonic,” a comedy series starring Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen. The 10-episode series will launch exclusively on Apple TV+, but Apple stopped short of saying when.
Apple TV+ began streaming its new comedy series “Ted Lasso” on August 14, and already Apple has renewed this show for a second season. And now, Apple has shared a new teaser video showing off the lead character placing a phone call to José Mourinho, Portugal's famous professional football manager.
Apple on Tuesday shared an announcement trailer for "Ted Lasso," a new comedy series launching through its Apple TV+ streaming service on Friday, August 14.
Following the first trailer for ""Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet" that dropped ten days ago, Apple on Friday released a new featurette hinting that its upcoming live-action comedy series about game developers could become the next "Silicon Valley", if executed properly.
The latest hire in Apple's quest for top programming talent appears to be Dana Tuinier from The Paramount Network, reports TBI Vision.
This is one of those moments where all you can think to yourself is: "Oh. Oh, no."
Two contestants on the 'Price is Right' shocked host Drew Carey when they thought the retail price of the iPhone 6 was $7,500.
Though they didn't like it at first, TV networks seem like they're finally coming around to the idea of taking their content mobile. Most major networks now have at least part of their programming lineup available, on demand, in their mobile apps.
But the folks over at Comedy Central have taken things to another level. The Viacom-owned station just released an app called CC: Stand-Up, and it includes over 6,000 videos from its vault of both amateur and high-profile stand-up comedy footage...
We love Robin Williams here at iDB. He's just one of those comedians who clicks with us, and with a quick wit like his it's hard not to laugh, especially when he's working completely off the cuff.
We also like Siri, so when you have one of your favorite comedians using Apple's digital assistant in a gag, it's always going to be something to spark our interest.