Apple has a breathtaking lineup assembled for its journey into TV, but when and how will we actually see the darn things? New estimates place the tech giant’s streaming content in line for an early 2019 premiere, though some shows display less progress than others.
It’s good news and bad for fans of director M. Night Shyamalan, but when is it not? The once-revered Sixth Sense director has officially booked a new Apple TV series, albeit with official confirmation that FOX drama Wayward Pines will not move forward with a third season.
Boy, that Apple wasn’t kidding about their entry into the TV business. Atop high-profile projects from Reese Witherspoon and Steven Spielberg, the tech giant has now booked SNL alum Kristen Wiig for a new ten-episode comedy with Witherspoon producing.
Star Wars: Episode IX isn’t the only thing keeping J.J. Abrams’ head in space. The LOST and Westworld executive producer is headed back to TV to write and create a new series about a family that finds itself “transporting to another land,” with both HBO and Apple reported…
In this era of giant media corporations swallowing one another, another major acquisition might be on the horizon. Industry analysts are predicting that an influx of Apple cash might soon lead to a flashy purchase for the tech giant; with Netflix itself painted as a prime target.
Yes, there is already another streaming series outlet to subscribe to. Having long-attempted to get its TV platform of the ground, Apple has officially given a hefty series order to a new drama about morning shows, featuring none other than Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
It was about two years ago we first learned Bryan Fuller was adding Amazing Stories to his plate of Star Trek and American Gods, and the project is finally bearing fruit. Literal fruit! Apple has landed a deal with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment for the new series as part of an overa…