Later this month, Apple is expected to introduce its new streaming service in detail at its scheduled event. As it is now called, various productions should already be completed or shortly before.
On March 25, Apple said: "It's show time!" The Cupertino company is inviting to an event that, for once, is not about the latest hardware, but may be about the streaming service and news subscription service.
The first production projects of Apple are already turned off
Then probably will tell, among other things, when the streaming service from Apple will finally go to the start. And if you want to trust a new article in The New York Times , the iPhone maker seems to win new customers with really big projects. There are eleven well-known formats, three of which have already been turned off. The other series should be finished in the near future.
Eleven projects for a successful start
Thus, could be expected at the beginning of the new streaming service with these series:
- Still Unpublished Series with Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston (Season 1 Virtually Off)
- Reboot to Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories" (as good as crazy)
- "Are You Sleeping?" , Mystery series with Octavia Spencer (filming)
- "For all Mankind" , science fiction series by "Battlestar Galactica" producer (already shot)
- "See" , fantasy series starring "Aquaman" star Jason Momoa (filming)
- New thriller series by M. Night Shyamalan with Rupert Grint (already shot)
- "Little America" , anthology series by "The Office" producer (filming)
- title-less comedy series of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" -Maker (already turned off)
- "Central Park" , cartoon musical with Josh Gad (as good as crazy)
- "Home" , documentary series by Matt Tyrnauer (as good as crazy)
- "Dickinson" , Comedy Series with Hailee Steinfeld (already turned off)
A decent selection for the starting shot. According to MacRumors , more productions are expected, especially for the year 2020. But first, on March 25, we finally hear when Apple launches its own competition to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and Co.