In this post we will add the new content trailers to Apple TV +.
Apple has released a recap of upcoming releases for summer 2021 and beyond… Apple's commitment to original content is taking shape.
The accumulation of new content, added to the second seasons, makes the product much more attractive, especially given its low price (€ 5).
Series: Mr Corman (August 6)
Documentario: Inside the President’s War Room (11 settembre)
Series: Schmigadoon! (July 16)
Series: Foundation (September 24)
Series: Ted Lasso [Second Season] (July 23)
Series: The Shrink Next Door (November 12)
Series: Truth to Tell [Season 20] (August XNUMX)
Series: Central Park [Season 25] (June XNUMX)
Series: The Morning Show [Second Season] (September 17)
Series: See [Season 27] (August XNUMX)
Series: Invasion (October 22)
Documentary: Who Are You, Charlie Brown? (June 25)
Series: Home before dark [Season 11] (June XNUMX)
Series: Trying [Season 21] (May XNUMX)
Documentary (Series): The Me You Can't See (May 21)
Series: Ted Lasso [Second Season] (July 23)
Series: Physics (June 18)
Documentary: 1971: The Year Music Changed Everything (May 21)
Documentary: Fathom (June 25)
Movie: CODA (August 13)
Series: Lisey's Story (June 4)
Documentary: Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson (July 30)
Series: Mosquito Coast (April 30)
Series: Mythic Quest [Season 16] (April XNUMX)
Documentary: The Year the Earth Changed (April 16)
Series: Calls (March 19)
Series: For All Mankind [Season 19] (February XNUMX)
Movie: Cherry (March 12)
Series: Servant [Season 15] (January XNUMX)
Series: Dickinson [Season 8] (January XNUMX)
Series: foundat ions (no date)
Inside the President's War Room - September 9th
Apple has announced a new 11/2021 documentary called "Inside the President's War Room" which will premiere in September XNUMX.
This is a new documentary that will tell the definitive chronology of the US presidency in the hours immediately following the attacks of 11 September 2001 on the towers of the World Trade Center in New York and on the Pentagon. The documentary will debut on Apple TV + and BBC One this September to mark the 20th anniversary of the attacks.
Who are you, Charlie Brown? -25 June
Apple has announced "Who Are You, Charlie Brown?", A new documentary that traces the origins of creator Charles M. Schulz.
Who are you, Charlie Brown? celebrates Schulz and the global popularity of the Peanuts (Charlie Brown and Snoopy) using an intertwined animated story that follows Charlie Brown as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery.
Who are you, Charlie Brown? is made by Imagine Documentaries and narrated by Lupita Nyong'o. It will include interviews with friends, family and well-known fans of the iconic strip to show a portrait of its creator and his legacy.
The Me You Can't See - May 21st
After being announced during the original Apple TV + presentation, in March 2019, Apple TV + officially announced the documentary series “The Me You Can't See”. It will premiere on May 21st.
This documentary series will see stars and athletes discuss their struggles with mental health, as well as personal stories from people around the world, as well as interviews with experts.
Stars and athletes include Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, DeMar DeRozan, and others. It is produced by Ophra Winfrey and Prince Harry.
1971: The Year Music Changed Everything - May 21st
Apple TV + announced "1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything" and describes it as a documentary series that will explore the musicians and soundtrack that shaped 1971 culture and politics.
It is a series of eight documentaries that will premiere on May 21st.
They will review the trajectory of iconic artists and songs we continue to hear fifty years later, such as The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed and others, according to Apple.
Fathom -25 June
Apple has released a trailer for the “Fathom” whale documentary which will premiere on June 25th.
“Fathom” is a documentary that follows two scientists, Dr. Ellen Garland and Dr. Michelle Fournet, as they attempt to communicate with humpback whales and uncover the mystery of why they sing.
Just by looking at the trailer you can think that, in addition to its scientific merits, it has a soundtrack that is worth listening to.
Watch the sound with Mark Ronson - July 30th
“Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson” is a six-part documentary that examines the creation of sound and the revolutionary technology that has shaped music as we know it.
Each episode of “Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson” will see Ronson discovering unknown stories behind music creation and the efforts that producers and creators make to find the perfect sound. Ronson explores the intersection of music with art and technology in conversations with music legends such as Paul McCartney, Questlove, King Princess, Dave Grohl, Ad-Rock and Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Charli XCX and others, in which he shows how these tools have influenced your work.
At the end of each episode, Ronson will create and perform an original piece of music using cutting-edge technologies and techniques including reverb, synth, auto-tune, drum machine, samples and distortion.
The year the earth changed - April 16
The documentary, narrated by Emmy and BAFTA winner Sir David Attenborough and produced by the BBC's Natural History Unit, features exclusive footage from around the world over the past year, showing “a new approach to global confinement. and the optimistic stories that have come ”. out of it".
The Year the Earth Changed will premiere alongside the second season of "Tiny World" and "Earth At Night In Color" on April 16 to celebrate Earth Day 2021, which is the largest global environmental event held every year.
Also available are the documentaries "The Elephant Queen" and "Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth" which premiered last year for the fifth anniversary of Earth Day.
Additionally, Apple secured the rights to a documentary on Velvet Underground.
He also commissioned the documentary " The supermodels “, On the golden age of models with the participation of Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, etc.
In a show that's hard to categorize, Apple TV + also airs a Christmas special with Mariah Carey, packed with special guests. It is also in production " My Kind of Country “, A competition to discover the new great artist of country music.
"CODA," whose rights Apple bought at the Sundance Film Festival for approximately $ 25 million, will premiere on Apple TV + on August 13, the same day it hits theaters.
“CODA” has won several awards, such as the Grand Jury Prize, the Special Jury Prize for the Cast, the Best Director Award and the Audience Award.
The film, which takes place in a Massachusetts fishing town, tells the story of Ruby (Emilia Jones), the only family member she can hear, like her parents (Troy Kotsur and Marlee Matlin) and brother (Daniel Durant) I'm deaf. The title "Coda" means "son of deaf adults" while also hinting at Ruby's musical ambitions.
The film is directed by Sian Heder and is an adaptation of the French film La Famille Belier (2014).
Note: without having seen it (there is no official trailer, although here you can see some scenes (sorry, I only found it on Facebook), we suspect that we will prefer the tenderness and naivety of the original French version, which we have already seen a couple of times with equal joy.
In “Cherry,” actor Tom Holland plays a Cleveland man named Walker, who enlists after being dumped by his girlfriend. He becomes medical personnel in Iraq and is traumatized by the experience, suffering from Post Traumatic Syndrome.
Walker is prescribed Oxycontin to treat his illness, which leads to heroin addiction. To pay for drugs, he starts robbing banks.
#Mr. Corman (August 6)
"Mr. Corman ”is a new series created, directed and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The first two episodes of the ten that make up the first season will air on August 6, with a new one every following Friday.
"Mr. Corman ”follows the days of Josh Corman, an artist at heart but not by profession. His music career didn't take off and he teaches in a public shark in the San Fernando Valley. His ex-girlfriend Megan left him and his friend Victor moved in with him. You know you have a lot to be thankful for, but you have to deal with anxiety, loneliness and self-esteem.
Schmigadoon! (July 16)
Apple has released an intriguing trailer on the Schmigadoon series! A pastiche that leaves us without knowing if we will love it passionately or if we desperately hate it.
The series parody the golden age of musicals, with the protagonists (actors Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key) who play a couple who travel as a "backpacker" and arrive in a magical city that lives in a musical of the years 40. Then they find that they will not be able to leave the city until they find "true love".
The first two episodes of the six that make up the first season will premiere on July 16 on Apple TV + and a new one will premiere every Friday.
Foundation (September 24)
The first season of Foundation will run for 10 episodes and will premiere on September 24 with the release of three episodes, followed by new episodes every Friday.
Based on Isaac Asimov's best-selling novels, it is an epic saga that chronicles the adventures of a band of exiles on their journey to save humanity and rebuild civilization in the face of the collapse of the Galactic Empire.
Ted Lasso [Season 23] (July XNUMX)
The coach we all would have liked to have is back, even if we don't play football. A series that grew during the pandemic and that gave Apple the first reference to the world of series "to see". Expectations - both for the football team and the American coaches, and for the series - cannot be higher. What do you want!
The shrink next door (November 12)
Eight episode comedy starring and produced by Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. The first three episodes will premiere on November 12, and the rest will be released every consecutive Friday.
Based on the podcast of the same name by Wondery and Bloomberg Media, Apple claims that "The Shrink Next Door" is a dark comedy inspired by real events surrounding the relationship between psychiatrist Dr. Isaac "Ike" Herschkopf, played by Rudd, and his longtime patient Martin "Marty" Markowitz, played by Ferrell.
Truth to Tell [Season 20] (August XNUMX)
In the second season, Poppy Parnell (Olivia Spencer), investigative journalist turned criminal podcaster, immerses herself in a new case that deeply involves her childhood friend, media mogul Micah Keith (Kate Hudson). As events unfold, their friendship will be tested.
The Morning Show [Season 17] (September XNUMX)
Official trailer of the second season of The Morning Show, which - apparently - resumes the action immediately after the interruption of the first, showing the shock caused by the revelations on the television network.
See [Season 27] (August XNUMX)
Apple has released the first "teaser" for the second season of See, in which, in a world of the blind, being able to see is considered a curse.
The science fiction series "Invasion" will debut October 22, 2021 on Apple TV +. Invasion stars Sam Neill, Shamier Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Firas Nassar and Shioli Kutsuna. The plot centers on an unknown alien threat invading the planet, with multiple stories taking place in different parts of the globe.
Home Before Dark [Second Season]
The second season of the girl is here - a journalist who revolutionizes her city with her tenacity and ability to observe things that others do not see… apart from connecting events that a priori do not seem related.
If you enjoyed the first season, this one looks just as exciting.
Rehearsing [Season XNUMX]
Apple has announced that the second season of its adorable English series "Trying" (Cycles, in Spanish) will premiere on May 21st. Trying follows the journey of a couple who decide to adopt.
Ted Lasso [Second season]
After being relegated to Serie B, Ted Lasso will have to be able to raise the spirits of the team… everything seems to indicate that it will take some time to go well.