Jason Momoa Apple

The once and future Aquaman is heading to Apple for a new TV series.

Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones, Justice League) has scored the lead role in See, an original new sci-fi show that will be directed by Red Sparrow and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire filmmaker Francis Lawrence and written by Eastern Promises and Locke screenwriter Steven Knight. Learn more about the new Jason Momoa Apple series below. Read More »

Apple news

Apple continues to make headlines with its original content, despite the fact that A) none of its major shows have debuted yet and B) the company still hasn’t announced how or where people will be able to watch any of the dozen series they’ve developed over the past few months.

Today’s Apple news is a bit of a mixed bag. On the negative side, actress Kristen Wiig has dropped out of the comedy show in which she was previously attached to star. But on the positive side, Apple has struck a deal with the Sesame Workshop to create programming aimed at children. Read more about both below.
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Oprah Apple

If anyone thought Apple was just going to ease its way into the original content game, today the company proved once and for all that they are walking up to the edge of Hollywood’s pool, screaming “cannonball!”, and hurling themselves in the deep end with the hopes of making the biggest splash possible.

In the wake of yesterday’s news that the company may be getting into movies as well as TV, a new report says that the company has just signed Oprah Winfrey to a multi-year content development deal. Read More »

are you sleeping cast

Aaron Paul is jumping straight from one streaming series to another. The Breaking Bad and The Path actor is joining the cast of Are You Sleeping, the Apple TV series produced by Reese Witherspoon and starring Octavia Spencer and Lizzy Caplan. And Paul isn’t the only new actor rounding out the cast.

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Apple movies

For the past nine months, Apple has been developing loads of original television shows with high-profile names like J.J. Abrams, Reese Witherspoon, Damien Chazelle, and more. But now we have our first hint that the company may be expanding into the movie world as well. Read More »

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Shantaram TV series

Apple demands more shows! Less than 24 hours after announcing one show, they’ve gone ahead and announced another: an adaptation of Gregory David Roberts‘ novel Shantaram. The story is set in the underworld of contemporary Mumbai.

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little voice

Apple continues to cultivate an impressive list of actors and filmmakers for their upcoming streaming service. J.J. Abrams and Sara Bareilles are the latest names to sign on – the pair will collaborate on a half-hour musical comedy series Little Voice.

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Dickinson

Everyone’s favorite funny person Emily Dickinson is getting her own TV series from Apple. Dickinson will star Hailee Steinfeld as poet Emily Dickinson, but don’t expect a stuffy costume drama. The series is being billed as a comedy, and David Gordon Green is set to direct.

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amazing stories showrunners

It looks like it will be a happy ending — or a happy beginning — for Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis. The duo behind ABC’s uber-popular Once Upon a Time has been tapped by Apple to be the Amazing Stories showrunners, the reboot of Steven Spielberg‘s beloved sci-fi and fantasy anthology series from the late ’80s.

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Apple TV 4K

Soon, nearly every single streaming video subscription will be available at the tap of the finger. Or at the click of the Apple TV remote.

Apple plans to start selling subscriptions to popular services like Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Now, Showtime, and others through its Apple TV app, following in the footsteps of Amazon.

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