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Apple's own series arrive to compete with Netflix

Although we had anticipated much of the features of its new streaming service, Apple TV Plus or Apple TV +, during an event with the motto Its Show TimeShortly thereafter, at the 2019 Developer Conference (WWDC), it went a bit further and showed us details of Apple's own series that will reach this streaming platform.

The service will be subscription without advertising and offer online and downloadable content according to your requirements. Be available in more than 100 passes and will be launched in October 2019. Although Manzana It is still quite hermetic with some aspects of this service and its price, we have made a list of Apple's own series that will reach Apple TV Plus to compete with other giants such as HBO or Netflix.

TITLES THAT WILL COME TO APPLE TV +

For all mankind

For all mankind It is a science fiction story confirmed for Apple TV at WWDC 2019, an opportunity in which a trailer of about two minutes was presented. The series addresses from an alternative reality the space race of the 1960s between the United States and the then Soviet Union (USSR), and how the moment the first astronaut, a Soviet, stepped on the ground of Moon. The series is produced by Ronald Moore, known for his work in the film Star Trek: The Next Generation and in Battlestar Galactica, Matt Wolpert (Fargo, Entourage) and Ben Nediv.

Amazing Stories

A story from the science fiction and fantasy anthology series of the same name, Amazing Stories, He has Steven Spielberg as producer. It is something similar to what happens with the rebirth of the series Twilight zone of Jordan Peele, but in the Apple service instead of CBS All Access. According to Spielberg, the first season is intended to provide a “unique thematic experience” for the public despite telling independent stories. An episode featuring a World War II pilot whose plane travels to the present.

Little voice

J.J. Abrams and the talented Sarah Bareilles recreate the story of a young artist in New York City, who is learning to meet herself and her voice. Bareilles be the co-creator, co-producer and composer of the series.

The morning show

One of the biggest projects Apple is working on, given its distribution and investment in resources, is a series that explores the drama that hides a morning news program. The morning show Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston meet in front of the camera and as producers, while also bringing Steve Carell to television. The series "open the curtain of the dynamics of power between women and men," according to the artists themselves.

Apple already ordered two seasons of the series and we have advanced the first triler.

Little america

This series of anthology developed by the do of writers nominated for the Oscar of The Big Sick, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, explore the experience, through real stories, about immigrants in the United States. "We want to focus on immigrants who do things in everyday life," Nanjiani explained. The majority of writers and directors are immigrants or children of immigrants, according to complement.

See

See It is a fantasy epic starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard. The series develops centuries after a virus kills almost all people and leaves survivors blind. "Imagine every human experience available to you … experienced in this way," Momoa reflected.

Helpsters

Developed with Sesame Workshop and with new and familiar tteres from the world of Sesame Street, this child realization use coding principles to solve problems.

Oprah Winfrey projects

Apple signed an extensive contract with Oprah Winfrey in mid-2018 that encompasses everything from movies, TV shows, applications and books. Among the confirmed projects, there are two documentaries: one that explores sexual harassment and exploitation in the workplace, titled Toxic Labor, and another that addresses mental health and the stigmas that surround it. Winfrey also announced plans for a new type of book club (Book Club) in which the interviews and readings of the authors are transmitted from Apple Stores.

Are you sleeping?

This is a mystery starring Octavia Spencer, which is based on a Kathleen Barber novel about a case reopened by a podcasting detective.

Dickinson

It is a comedy based on the life of the poet Emily Dickinson, starring Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit), like Dickinson, and Jane Krakowski (30 Rock), in the role of her mother.

Untitled M. Night Shyamalan thriller

The filmmaker's series Sixth Sense It stars Rupert Grint, Lauren Ambrose and Nell Tiger Free.

Time bandits

The brain behind Thor: Ragnarok Y What We Do in the Shadows, Taika Waititi, was hired by Apple to direct a television adaptation of the fantasy Time bandits, about a young man who embarks on a series of adventures in time.

Rumors about productions that may arrive

Foundation

This adaptation of the clever science fiction saga by Isaac Asimov has David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) and Josh Friedman (War of the Worlds) as executive producers. Foundation It is a triloga that tells the story of humans living throughout the galaxy, under the rule of the Galactic Empire. The main character, Hari Seldon, has developed a branch of mathematics that allows him to predict the future and sees the eventual one of the rulers. After that, he joins a team called FoundationTo try to preserve humanity.

Untitled comedy series from Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day

The do of Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia I created this series, but little else is known about it. What we can assure is that very funny things happen when they both come together.

Swagger

Based on the life of NBA star Kevin Durant, this series fits the cast of Friday Night Lights. Produced by Brian Grazer, from Durant and Imagine Television, addresses the journey of young people and their families to the most important professional basketball league in the world.

Central park

An animated series that comes from the creator of Bobs Burgers, Loren Bouchard, will have a musical element and a cast that includes actor Josh Gad.

home

This script-free series explores unique and impressive houses whose owners are not exactly famous.

On the Rocks

Apple's first original feature film bring together the director of Lost in translation, Sofa Coppola, with the star Bill Murray. Film production is expected to begin this year.

* Article updated on August 14, 2019 by Estefania Oliver.

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