A new teaser video from Apple gives us a glimpse into the upcoming new dark comedy series, dubbed “Mr. Corman”, scheduled to premiere this Friday on Apple TV+.
Matthew Vaughn, the director behind films like The King's Man, has just landed a major deal to bring his newest film to Apple TV+. As revealed today in a new report, this one's another major deal, "seismic" according to the description, at least as far as the money being considered for the upcoming picture.
The dramatic comedy Physical premiered on Apple TV+ not too long ago now. But, in light of the first season coming to a close this week, Apple has some good news for fans of the half hour show. The streaming service is ready, and pumped up, to bring a second season your way.
With so many things on some kind of hiatus, in one way or another, finding alternatives is an important element in today's reality. For example, major filmed productions of theater shows, like Hamilton for instance, have become popular in their own right. And now Apple TV+ is going to get one of its own.
Work on Killers of the Flower Moon, the next film from legendary director Martin Scorsese, is well underway. But apparently there's still room for another actor to join the already stacked cast.
According to a new report today from Deadline, Brendan Fraser (The Mummy, No Sudden Move) has joined Scorsese's next film. Killers of the Flower Moon is coming soon to Apple TV+, but we still have no idea when the film will actually premiere on the streaming service. Today's report doesn't get us any closer to knowing that date, unfortunately.
“Truth Be Told,” one of the successful Apple TV+ shows, is about to start streaming its second season, and now Apple has shared the official trailer ahead of “Truth Be Told” Season 2 premiere scheduled for next month.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
The Apple TV+ show “See” will launch the second season on the platform next month, and now Apple has shared the official trailer ahead of its premiere scheduled for August 27.
It has been a longtime coming, but comedian, writer, and activist Jon Stewart's big return to TV is almost here. What was first reported on back in October of 2020 will finally be really real here in a couple of months. And while we're still waiting for a real trailer, Stewart himself took to Twitter to showcase the show.
Apple Arcade has a lot of games under its umbrella, and it recently buffed up the library by launching updated versions of classic titles. Today, a trio of new games have arrived on the subscription service. Apple actually first teased their arrival back in June of this year.
Being able to land major first-look deals is, well, a big deal, for companies and individuals alike. Which is why they're usually associated with highly competitive negotiations. And it turns out another one has happened, with Apple TV+ coming out on top.
In 2020, Apple TV+ earned more than a dozen Emmy Awards nominations thanks to shows like Defending Jacob and The Morning Show. Now, in 2021, the original video streaming service has more than doubled its nominations. Unfortunately, we have a couple of months before we'll find out who the winners are.