Apple TV+ is still present in discrete form in our devices, but what’s new under the backdrop of the rumors of the glasses of Apple and hints between the filters that have contributed data to the debate. A Friday more, let’s take a look at the new Apple TV+ that we have been arriving this week.
The most interesting thing has been a piece of news that we decided to address in a separate article, that it is the intention of Apple added to the catalog of Apple TV+ with third-party content. Until now the service has relied solely on his productions exclusive, but would seek to match a little to the catalogs much larger than Netflix or Prime Video Amazon.
Beyond this long-term strategic plan, we have news reports of new hires: the directors of the successful documentary ‘McMillion$‘available on HBO have negotiated an agreement for that filmed a documentary of four episodes exclusive to Apple TV+. According To Deadline there were many stakes of other companies to keep the agreement, but in Cupertino decided to end the war by offering “a sum of seven figures.”
‘Greyhound’, the film of submarine Tom Hanks happens to be exclusive to Apple TV+
Another good move for Apple has been to take advantage of the impact of the pandemic virus COVID-19 to stay with the exclusive rights of ‘Greyhound’, the new film starring Tom Hanks that it was going to be released next month in theaters all over the world. Its leaders decided to move the premiere directly to the streaming platforms, and Apple would have remained the exclusive rights after to offer almost 70 million dollars to do this.
It is good to be one of the companies with more cash available in the world: you can win the negotiations of rights-based book. For the moment Apple has not announced the gesture, and therefore there is still no release date confirmed. In China, however, the rights would still be Sony and therefore the country could see the ‘Greyhound’ in theaters.
We return to the documentary divided into episodes: the Apple itself has officially announced ‘Greatness Code’, we will talk about the stories of great athletes like LeBron James, Usain Bolt or Alex Morgan. Will be available for all subscribers of the world the 20th of July.
More official announcements from Apple: ‘Little Voice’, a series created by, among others, J. J. Abrams, will be released on the 10th of July in Apple TV+. In it we will see a romantic story accompanied with the music of the singer Sara Bareilles.
‘Dear…’ it will be a new documentary series of ten episodes focusing on the letters that famous people receive from their fans and admirers. Some of those cards “have arrived to transform” the celebrities, which is why Apple have had the idea of creating this series. Will be available to all subscribers of Apple TV+ the next 5 June.
And we ended up with a small premiere which you can see today in Apple TV+: a special episode of ‘Mythic Quest: Raven”s Banquet’ recorded from the confinement of the house of their protagonists. In the style of what the creators of ‘Parks and Recreation’ did a littleand quite frankly, something that is appreciated in these times of quarantine and desescalada slow.