Apple Signs Deal to Create Shows Based on ‘Where the Wild Things Are’

Apple has inked a deal with the Maurice Sendak Foundation and plans to create Apple TV+ kids shows and specials based on the popular book “Where the Wild Things Are,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.


Under the terms of the deal, Apple and The Maurice Sendak Foundation will “reimagine new children’s series and specials based” on the author’s illustrations and books, which include “Where the Wild Things Are,” “In the Night Kitchen,” “Outside Over There,” and “The Nutshell Library.”

This is the first time that the Maurice Sendak Foundation has established a multi-year overall agreement with a streaming television service. Writer, director, and Sendak collaborator Arthur Yoinks will work with Apple to develop various projects.

There’s no word on what Apple paid for access to Maurice Sendak’s characters, but Apple has also signed overall content deals with the Jim Henson Company for a Fraggle Rock series, Sesame Workshop for various TV shows like “Helpsters,” and DHX Media for Peanuts content like “Snoopy in Space.”

Back in 2009, director Spike Jonze worked with Maurice Sendak for a “Where the Wild Things Are” film, and it sounds like Apple’s deal will focus on television content rather than another movie.

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Apple has inked a deal with the Maurice Sendak Foundation and plans to create Apple TV+ kids shows and specials based on the popular book "Where the Wild Things Are," according to The Hollywood Reporter.


Under the terms of the deal, Apple and The Maurice Sendak Foundation will "reimagine new children's series and specials based" on the author's illustrations and books, which include "Where the Wild Things Are," "In the Night Kitchen," "Outside Over There," and "The Nutshell Library."

This is the first time that the Maurice Sendak Foundation has established a multi-year overall agreement with a streaming television service. Writer, director, and Sendak collaborator Arthur Yoinks will work with Apple to develop various projects.

There's no word on what Apple paid for access to Maurice Sendak's characters, but Apple has also signed overall content deals with the Jim Henson Company for a Fraggle Rock series, Sesame Workshop for various TV shows like "Helpsters," and DHX Media for Peanuts content like "Snoopy in Space."

Back in 2009, director Spike Jonze worked with Maurice Sendak for a "Where the Wild Things Are" film, and it sounds like Apple's deal will focus on television content rather than another movie.
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Tom Hanks Discusses ‘Heartbreaking’ Shift of WWII Film Greyhound From Theatrical Blockbuster to Apple TV+ Exclusive

Tom Hanks’ WWII drama “Greyhound” is set to premiere on Apple TV+ this Friday, July 10, and ahead of that debut the actor gave an interview with The Guardian discussing the film.


“Greyhound” was originally planned to see a theatrical release this summer, and was repeatedly delayed in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Apple won the streaming rights to the film, and in the new interview Hanks gave his honest opinion regarding the project’s shift from big screen theatrical blockbuster to direct-to-streaming film.

But Greyhound has been an especial labour of love for [Hanks], one he sweated over for almost a decade, and it is one of those sweeping war movies that really should be seen on the big screen. So the change in plans has been, he says, “an absolute heartbreak. I don’t mean to make angry my Apple overlords, but there is a difference in picture and sound quality.”

Hanks himself approved of the deal with Apple, so his frustration lies less with ‌Apple TV‌+ than with the overall state of many theatrical releases going directly to streaming platforms. In terms of Hanks’ filmography, this marks the first time one of Hanks’ starring movies has gone directly to streaming.

Besides acting in the lead role of naval career officer George Krause, Hanks also wrote the screenplay, which is based on the C.S. Forester novel “The Good Shepherd.” The film is set during the early days of the United States’ involvement in World War II, and follows Krause, who is in command of Navy destroyer Greyhound, as he leads a convoy of Allied ships against an attack by German U-boats.

In another tidbit from today’s interview, Hanks notes that “the cruel whipmasters at Apple” asked him to sit in front of a blank wall in his home for the video call with The Guardian.

‌Apple TV‌+ is having a similarly negative impact on Hanks’ appearance in this interview. Even though he is in his office, “the cruel whipmasters at Apple” decided the background needed to be a blank wall, presumably so nosy journalists like me wouldn’t spend the whole encounter snooping at Hanks’ bookcases. Against the eerily empty backdrop, he looks, Hanks rightly says, as if he’s in “a witness protection programme. But here I am, bowing to the needs of ‌Apple TV‌.”

Head to The Guardian to check out the full interview, where Hanks discusses his classic roles in films like Apollo 13 and much more.

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Tom Hanks' WWII drama "Greyhound" is set to premiere on Apple TV+ this Friday, July 10, and ahead of that debut the actor gave an interview with The Guardian discussing the film.


"Greyhound" was originally planned to see a theatrical release this summer, and was repeatedly delayed in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Apple won the streaming rights to the film, and in the new interview Hanks gave his honest opinion regarding the project's shift from big screen theatrical blockbuster to direct-to-streaming film.

But Greyhound has been an especial labour of love for [Hanks], one he sweated over for almost a decade, and it is one of those sweeping war movies that really should be seen on the big screen. So the change in plans has been, he says, “an absolute heartbreak. I don’t mean to make angry my Apple overlords, but there is a difference in picture and sound quality.”


Hanks himself approved of the deal with Apple, so his frustration lies less with ‌Apple TV‌+ than with the overall state of many theatrical releases going directly to streaming platforms. In terms of Hanks' filmography, this marks the first time one of Hanks' starring movies has gone directly to streaming.

Besides acting in the lead role of naval career officer George Krause, Hanks also wrote the screenplay, which is based on the C.S. Forester novel "The Good Shepherd." The film is set during the early days of the United States' involvement in World War II, and follows Krause, who is in command of Navy destroyer Greyhound, as he leads a convoy of Allied ships against an attack by German U-boats.

In another tidbit from today's interview, Hanks notes that "the cruel whipmasters at Apple" asked him to sit in front of a blank wall in his home for the video call with The Guardian.

‌Apple TV‌+ is having a similarly negative impact on Hanks’ appearance in this interview. Even though he is in his office, “the cruel whipmasters at Apple” decided the background needed to be a blank wall, presumably so nosy journalists like me wouldn’t spend the whole encounter snooping at Hanks’ bookcases. Against the eerily empty backdrop, he looks, Hanks rightly says, as if he’s in “a witness protection programme. But here I am, bowing to the needs of ‌Apple TV‌.”


Head to The Guardian to check out the full interview, where Hanks discusses his classic roles in films like Apollo 13 and much more.
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Apple Drops $120 Million on Upcoming Action Thriller Film ‘Emancipation’ Starring Will Smith

Apple has acquired the rights to “Emancipation,” an action thriller film about a slave on the run from the Confederacy in the midst of the Civil War, journeying north to join the Union Army (via Deadline). The film is set to star Will Smith and will be directed by Antoine Fuqua, who previously helmed “Training Day” and “The Equalizer.”

Image credit: Shutterstock via Deadline

Apple’s purchase of “Emancipation” is described as the largest festival acquisition deal in film history. Several bidders were interested in the film when it was introduced at the Cannes Virtual Film Market, which was held late in June as a replacement to the physical Cannes Film Festival.

Apple allegedly paid north of $120 million for the film package, and “Emancipation” is set to premiere in theaters first and then around the world on Apple TV+. Production is expected to begin in early 2021.

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Apple has acquired the rights to "Emancipation," an action thriller film about a slave on the run from the Confederacy in the midst of the Civil War, journeying north to join the Union Army (via Deadline). The film is set to star Will Smith and will be directed by Antoine Fuqua, who previously helmed "Training Day" and "The Equalizer."

Image credit: Shutterstock via Deadline

Apple's purchase of "Emancipation" is described as the largest festival acquisition deal in film history. Several bidders were interested in the film when it was introduced at the Cannes Virtual Film Market, which was held late in June as a replacement to the physical Cannes Film Festival.

Apple allegedly paid north of $120 million for the film package, and "Emancipation" is set to premiere in theaters first and then around the world on Apple TV+. Production is expected to begin in early 2021.
Related Roundups: Apple TV, tvOS 13, tvOS 14
Buyer's Guide: Apple TV (Don't Buy)

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Apple Shares Trailer for ‘Boys State’ Documentary Coming to Apple TV+ on August 14

Apple today shared the trailer for “Boys State,” a political documentary that’s set to be released in a limited number of theaters on July 1 and on Apple TV+ on Friday, August 14.

“Boys State” covers a week-long annual program where 1,100 17-year-old teenage boys in Texas participate in a mock exercise to build their own state government.

The sensational winner of the Grand Jury Prize for documentary at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Boys State is a wildly entertaining and continually revealing immersion into a week-long annual program in which a thousand Texas high school seniors gather for an elaborate mock exercise: building their own state government.

Filmmakers Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine closely track the escalating tensions that arise within a particularly riveting gubernatorial race, training their cameras on unforgettable teenagers like Ben, a Reagan-loving arch-conservative who brims with confidence despite personal setbacks, and Steven, a progressive-minded child of Mexican immigrants who stands by his convictions amidst the sea of red. In the process, they have created a complex portrait of contemporary American masculinity, as well as a microcosm of our often dispiriting national political divisions that nevertheless manages to plant seeds of hope.

“Boys State,” which Apple purchased earlier this year for $10 million, won the Grand Jury Prize for documentary at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Steve Jobs’ widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, is one of the executive producers on the film.

In other ‌Apple TV‌+ news, Apple signed an overall deal with “Defending Jacob” creator, executive producer, and showrunner Mark Bomback, which will see him producing new projects for ‌Apple TV‌+.

“Defending Jacob” is said to be among one of the most popular shows on ‌Apple TV‌+. Bomback previously worked on projects like “War for the Planet of the Apes,” “Live Free or Die Hard,” and “The Wolverine.”

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Apple today shared the trailer for "Boys State," a political documentary that's set to be released in a limited number of theaters on July 1 and on Apple TV+ on Friday, August 14.


"Boys State" covers a week-long annual program where 1,100 17-year-old teenage boys in Texas participate in a mock exercise to build their own state government.
The sensational winner of the Grand Jury Prize for documentary at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Boys State is a wildly entertaining and continually revealing immersion into a week-long annual program in which a thousand Texas high school seniors gather for an elaborate mock exercise: building their own state government.

Filmmakers Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine closely track the escalating tensions that arise within a particularly riveting gubernatorial race, training their cameras on unforgettable teenagers like Ben, a Reagan-loving arch-conservative who brims with confidence despite personal setbacks, and Steven, a progressive-minded child of Mexican immigrants who stands by his convictions amidst the sea of red. In the process, they have created a complex portrait of contemporary American masculinity, as well as a microcosm of our often dispiriting national political divisions that nevertheless manages to plant seeds of hope.
"Boys State," which Apple purchased earlier this year for $10 million, won the Grand Jury Prize for documentary at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Steve Jobs' widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, is one of the executive producers on the film.

In other ‌Apple TV‌+ news, Apple signed an overall deal with "Defending Jacob" creator, executive producer, and showrunner Mark Bomback, which will see him producing new projects for ‌Apple TV‌+.

"Defending Jacob" is said to be among one of the most popular shows on ‌Apple TV‌+. Bomback previously worked on projects like "War for the Planet of the Apes," "Live Free or Die Hard," and "The Wolverine."
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Vizio Says Apple TV App Coming ‘Later This Summer’

Vizio today announced that the Apple TV app will be rolling out to some of its smart TV models “later this summer,” suggesting that the app should be available by no later than the end of September in the United States.


When available, the Apple TV app will allow owners of select Vizio smart TVs to stream Apple TV+ shows and movies, use the à-la-carte Apple TV Channels feature, access their iTunes libraries of movies and TV shows, and buy or rent more than 100,000 shows and movies from the iTunes Store. It is unclear exactly which models will be supported.

The Apple TV app is already available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Apple TV, select Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, and select Samsung and LG smart TVs.

Sony will also roll out the Apple TV app later this year, according to Apple.

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Vizio today announced that the Apple TV app will be rolling out to some of its smart TV models "later this summer," suggesting that the app should be available by no later than the end of September in the United States.


When available, the Apple TV app will allow owners of select Vizio smart TVs to stream Apple TV+ shows and movies, use the à-la-carte Apple TV Channels feature, access their iTunes libraries of movies and TV shows, and buy or rent more than 100,000 shows and movies from the iTunes Store. It is unclear exactly which models will be supported.

The Apple TV app is already available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Apple TV, select Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, and select Samsung and LG smart TVs.

Sony will also roll out the Apple TV app later this year, according to Apple.
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Apple Shares Trailer for Short-Form Sports Docuseries ‘Greatness Code’

Apple today shared a trailer for “Greatness Code,” a short-form sports docuseries that features stories from athletes like LeBron James, Tom Brady, Shaun White, Usain Bolt, and more.

The season features seven mini episodes, each examining a pivotal moment that defined an athlete’s career. Episodes highlight the following athletes:

  • Four-time NBA MVP, three-time NBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist LeBron James
  • Six-time Super Bowl champion and four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady
  • Olympic gold medalist and co-captain of the US Women’s National Soccer Team Alex Morgan
  • Record-holding Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Shaun White
  • World’s fastest man and eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt
  • Five-time Olympic gold medalist and 15-time world champion swimmer Katie Ledecky
  • 11-time world champion surfer Kelly Slater

“Greatness Code” will premiere on Apple TV+ on Friday, July 10, which is also the premiere date for “Little Voice” and WWII film “Greyhound,” starring Tom Hanks.

‌Apple TV‌+ provides original movies and TV shows for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year, plus there’s a free year of service for those who have recently purchased an Apple device. For those who don’t qualify for the free year, Apple offers a one-week free trial. The easiest way to get started with ‌‌Apple TV‌‌+‌ is to click or tap the button below to sign up for a free one-week trial, and then enter your information to confirm and activate your account.

You can also check out our step-by-step instructions for getting up and running from various devices.

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Apple today shared a trailer for "Greatness Code," a short-form sports docuseries that features stories from athletes like LeBron James, Tom Brady, Shaun White, Usain Bolt, and more.


The season features seven mini episodes, each examining a pivotal moment that defined an athlete's career. Episodes highlight the following athletes:

  • Four-time NBA MVP, three-time NBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist LeBron James

  • Six-time Super Bowl champion and four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady

  • Olympic gold medalist and co-captain of the US Women's National Soccer Team Alex Morgan

  • Record-holding Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Shaun White

  • World's fastest man and eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt

  • Five-time Olympic gold medalist and 15-time world champion swimmer Katie Ledecky

  • 11-time world champion surfer Kelly Slater

"Greatness Code" will premiere on Apple TV+ on Friday, July 10, which is also the premiere date for "Little Voice" and WWII film "Greyhound," starring Tom Hanks.

‌Apple TV‌+ provides original movies and TV shows for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year, plus there's a free year of service for those who have recently purchased an Apple device. For those who don't qualify for the free year, Apple offers a one-week free trial. The easiest way to get started with ‌‌Apple TV‌‌+‌ is to click or tap the button below to sign up for a free one-week trial, and then enter your information to confirm and activate your account.

Try Apple TV+ free for 1 week


You can also check out our step-by-step instructions for getting up and running from various devices.
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Neo-Noir Psychological Thriller ‘Losing Alice’ Coming to Apple TV+

Apple today announced that it will co-produce neo-noir psychological thriller “Losing Alice” from creator, writer, and director Sigal Avin. The series will debut on Apple TV+, but a release date has yet to be provided.


Apple describes “Losing Alice” as a “thrilling cinematic journey that uses flashbacks and flash-forwards in a satisfyingly complex narrative that takes the viewer through the conscious and subconscious of its protagonist’s mind.” The series will follow Alice, a 48-year-old female film director who “feels irrelevant since raising her family.”

After a brief encounter on the train, she becomes obsessed with a 24-year-old screenwriter femme fatale, Sophie (played by Lihi Kornowski), and eventually surrenders her moral integrity in order to achieve power, relevance and success.

Through the prism of this female Faust, the series explores issues such as jealousy, guilt, fear of aging, and the complex relationships women have among themselves and each other. But above all, “Losing Alice” is a love letter for the still-too-rare female director.

Alice will be played by Ayelet Zurer.

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Apple today announced that it will co-produce neo-noir psychological thriller "Losing Alice" from creator, writer, and director Sigal Avin. The series will debut on Apple TV+, but a release date has yet to be provided.


Apple describes "Losing Alice" as a "thrilling cinematic journey that uses flashbacks and flash-forwards in a satisfyingly complex narrative that takes the viewer through the conscious and subconscious of its protagonist's mind." The series will follow Alice, a 48-year-old female film director who "feels irrelevant since raising her family."
After a brief encounter on the train, she becomes obsessed with a 24-year-old screenwriter femme fatale, Sophie (played by Lihi Kornowski), and eventually surrenders her moral integrity in order to achieve power, relevance and success.

Through the prism of this female Faust, the series explores issues such as jealousy, guilt, fear of aging, and the complex relationships women have among themselves and each other. But above all, "Losing Alice" is a love letter for the still-too-rare female director.
Alice will be played by Ayelet Zurer.


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Apple Picks Up ‘The Afterparty’ Comedy Series for Apple TV+

Apple today announced that it has given a straight-to-series order for “The Afterparty,” a comedy series from Chris Miller and Phil Lord.


The eight-episode series is described as a murder mystery comedy that’s set at a high school reunion afterparty.

“The Afterparty” is a murder-mystery comedy set at a high school reunion afterparty. Each of the eight episodes will feature a retelling of the same night told through a different character’s perspective, each with its own unique visual format and film genre to match the teller’s personality.

Miller and Lord are a filmmaking duo known for “21 Jump Street,” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, “The Lego Movie,” and “The Last Man on Earth.”

Apple TV+ is light on the comedies, and “The Afterparty” will join titles like “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet,” “Central Park,” and “Trying.”

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Apple today announced that it has given a straight-to-series order for "The Afterparty," a comedy series from Chris Miller and Phil Lord.


The eight-episode series is described as a murder mystery comedy that's set at a high school reunion afterparty.
"The Afterparty" is a murder-mystery comedy set at a high school reunion afterparty. Each of the eight episodes will feature a retelling of the same night told through a different character's perspective, each with its own unique visual format and film genre to match the teller's personality.
Miller and Lord are a filmmaking duo known for "21 Jump Street," "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, "The Lego Movie," and "The Last Man on Earth."

Apple TV+ is light on the comedies, and "The Afterparty" will join titles like "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet," "Central Park," and "Trying."
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Apple Shares Trailer for Upcoming Apple TV+ Show ‘Little Voice’

Apple TV+ show “Little Voice” is set to be released on Friday, July 10, and ahead of its debut, Apple has shared the full trailer for the series.

“Little Voice” is a coming of age drama created by J.J. Abrams, Sara Bareilles, and Jessie Nelson, and it uses original music from Bareilles.

A love letter to the diverse musicality of New York starring Brittany O’Grady, Sean Teale, Colton Ryan, Shalini Bathina, Kevin Valdez, Phillip Johnson Richardson and Chuck Cooper, “Little Voice” follows Bess King, a uniquely talented performer struggling to fulfill her dreams while navigating rejection, love, and complicated family issues. Featuring original music by Grammy and Tony Award nominee, Sara Bareilles, this is a story about finding your authentic voice–and the courage to use it.

“Little Voice” shares its July 10 premiere date with “Greyhound,” a highly anticipated WWII movie that stars Tom Hanks as a naval officer given command of Navy destroyer Greyhound in the Battle of the Atlantic.

‌Apple TV‌+ is priced at $4.99 per month, a price tag that provides access for the whole family. Many people have free ‌Apple TV‌+ access that came with the purchase of an Apple device, but for those above, the button can be used for a free one week trial.



‌Apple TV‌+ can be accessed through the TV app on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, ‌Apple TV‌, Mac, select Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices, as well as online at tv.apple.com. A list of all of the TV shows and movies on the service can be found in our guide.

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Apple TV+ show "Little Voice" is set to be released on Friday, July 10, and ahead of its debut, Apple has shared the full trailer for the series.


"Little Voice" is a coming of age drama created by J.J. Abrams, Sara Bareilles, and Jessie Nelson, and it uses original music from Bareilles.
A love letter to the diverse musicality of New York starring Brittany O'Grady, Sean Teale, Colton Ryan, Shalini Bathina, Kevin Valdez, Phillip Johnson Richardson and Chuck Cooper, "Little Voice" follows Bess King, a uniquely talented performer struggling to fulfill her dreams while navigating rejection, love, and complicated family issues. Featuring original music by Grammy and Tony Award nominee, Sara Bareilles, this is a story about finding your authentic voice--and the courage to use it.
"Little Voice" shares its July 10 premiere date with "Greyhound," a highly anticipated WWII movie that stars Tom Hanks as a naval officer given command of Navy destroyer Greyhound in the Battle of the Atlantic.

‌Apple TV‌+ is priced at $4.99 per month, a price tag that provides access for the whole family. Many people have free ‌Apple TV‌+ access that came with the purchase of an Apple device, but for those above, the button can be used for a free one week trial.

Try Apple TV+ free for 1 week

‌Apple TV‌+ can be accessed through the TV app on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, ‌Apple TV‌, Mac, select Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices, as well as online at tv.apple.com. A list of all of the TV shows and movies on the service can be found in our guide.
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Apple Shares Teaser for Upcoming Apple TV+ Series ‘Foundation’

Apple today during its WWDC keynote shared a trailer for the upcoming Apple TV+ series “Foundation,” a sci-fi series that’s based on the award-winning novels by Isaac Asimov, and the company has now shared a longer teaser on its ‌Apple TV‌ YouTube channel.

The show will be produced by Skydance Television and is set to debut on ‌Apple TV‌+ in 2021.

Foundation chronicles a band of exiles on their monumental journey to save humanity and rebuild civilization amid the fall of the Galactic Empire.

“Foundation” will join other ‌‌Apple TV‌‌+ shows like “The Morning Show,” “Little America,” “See,” “For All Mankind,” “Defending Jacob,” and more. A full list of ‌‌Apple TV‌‌+ shows both released and in the works are available in our Apple TV+ content guide.

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Apple today during its WWDC keynote shared a trailer for the upcoming Apple TV+ series "Foundation," a sci-fi series that's based on the award-winning novels by Isaac Asimov, and the company has now shared a longer teaser on its ‌Apple TV‌ YouTube channel.


The show will be produced by Skydance Television and is set to debut on ‌Apple TV‌+ in 2021.
Foundation chronicles a band of exiles on their monumental journey to save humanity and rebuild civilization amid the fall of the Galactic Empire.
"Foundation" will join other ‌‌Apple TV‌‌+ shows like "The Morning Show," "Little America," "See," "For All Mankind," "Defending Jacob," and more. A full list of ‌‌Apple TV‌‌+ shows both released and in the works are available in our Apple TV+ content guide.
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