First Episode of ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2 Debuts on Apple TV+

“Ted Lasso,” the most watched program on Apple TV+, saw its season two opening episode debut on the streaming service today.



Ted Lasso sees Jason Sudeikis reviving his “Ted Lasso” character that first debuted during the 2013 NBC Sports English Premier League coverage. In the ‌Apple TV+‌ show, Sudeikis plays a small-time college football coach from Kansas who is hired to coach a professional soccer team in England, despite having no experience coaching soccer.

The second season has been widely anticipated and was promoted by Apple CEO Tim Cook during the company’s April event. The show regularly takes pride of place at the top of Apple’s official ‌‌Apple TV+‌‌ website, and also has a line of official merchandise associated with it.

For its first season, “Ted Lasso” received a record-breaking 20 Emmy nominations, the most of any comedy in its first season. It also won multiple awards, including a Golden Globe for Jason Sudeikis, who plays the show’s namesake main character.

The second season of the show, which consists of 12 episodes, sees Sarah Niles joining the cast. New episodes will be released every Friday on ‌‌‌‌Apple TV+‌‌‌‌. Apple has already renewed the show for a third season, which the creators of the show have hinted may be its last.

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"Ted Lasso," the most watched program on Apple TV+, saw its season two opening episode debut on the streaming service today.


Ted Lasso sees Jason Sudeikis reviving his "Ted Lasso" character that first debuted during the 2013 NBC Sports English Premier League coverage. In the ‌Apple TV+‌ show, Sudeikis plays a small-time college football coach from Kansas who is hired to coach a professional soccer team in England, despite having no experience coaching soccer.

The second season has been widely anticipated and was promoted by Apple CEO Tim Cook during the company's April event. The show regularly takes pride of place at the top of Apple's official ‌‌Apple TV+‌‌ website, and also has a line of official merchandise associated with it.

For its first season, "Ted Lasso" received a record-breaking 20 Emmy nominations, the most of any comedy in its first season. It also won multiple awards, including a Golden Globe for Jason Sudeikis, who plays the show's namesake main character.

The second season of the show, which consists of 12 episodes, sees Sarah Niles joining the cast. New episodes will be released every Friday on ‌‌‌‌Apple TV+‌‌‌‌. Apple has already renewed the show for a third season, which the creators of the show have hinted may be its last.
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Sony Offering PS5 Owners An Extended Six Month Free Trial of Apple TV+

Sony today shared a new offer that allows PS5 owners to claim a six month extended free trial of Apple TV+. This offer is available only for people who own a PS5, and can only be redeemed once per PS5 console before July 22, 2022.



If you already have ‌Apple TV+‌ you can still redeem this offer, but if you subscribe to ‌Apple TV+‌ through Apple One, you won’t be eligible to get the deal. You’ll need to have an Apple ID with a payment method tied to the account as well.

To get the deal, search for the Apple TV app on the PS5 search bar, or in the Media home under “all apps.” From there you can download the app if you haven’t already, sign in with your ‌Apple ID‌, and the six month free trial will be applied to your account automatically.

Once the six month free trial ends, ‌Apple TV+‌ will renew at $4.99 per month until cancelled.

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Sony today shared a new offer that allows PS5 owners to claim a six month extended free trial of Apple TV+. This offer is available only for people who own a PS5, and can only be redeemed once per PS5 console before July 22, 2022.


If you already have ‌Apple TV+‌ you can still redeem this offer, but if you subscribe to ‌Apple TV+‌ through Apple One, you won't be eligible to get the deal. You'll need to have an Apple ID with a payment method tied to the account as well.

To get the deal, search for the Apple TV app on the PS5 search bar, or in the Media home under "all apps." From there you can download the app if you haven't already, sign in with your ‌Apple ID‌, and the six month free trial will be applied to your account automatically.

Once the six month free trial ends, ‌Apple TV+‌ will renew at $4.99 per month until cancelled.
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Jon Stewart Promo for Upcoming Apple TV+ Show Makes Fun of Billionaire Space Race

Jon Stewart today shared a promo for his upcoming Apple TV+ show “The Problem With Jon Stewart,” which is set to launch this September.



The three minute video that was shared on Twitter features a comedy skit making fun of tech company billionaires and space aficionados Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Richard Branson.

The full video can be watched over on Twitter, and we’re not going to embed it here on the site because it’s very not safe for work.

Bezos is played Jason Alexander, while a mop takes on the role of Richard Branson. The short also stars Tracy Morgan.

We still don’t know a whole lot about Stewart’s upcoming show, but Apple has described it as a multiple season single-issue series with each episode to be about an hour long. “The Problem With Jon Stewart” will be Stewart’s first television series since “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” ended in 2015.

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Jon Stewart today shared a promo for his upcoming Apple TV+ show "The Problem With Jon Stewart," which is set to launch this September.


The three minute video that was shared on Twitter features a comedy skit making fun of tech company billionaires and space aficionados Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Richard Branson.

The full video can be watched over on Twitter, and we're not going to embed it here on the site because it's very not safe for work.

Bezos is played Jason Alexander, while a mop takes on the role of Richard Branson. The short also stars Tracy Morgan.

We still don't know a whole lot about Stewart's upcoming show, but Apple has described it as a multiple season single-issue series with each episode to be about an hour long. "The Problem With Jon Stewart" will be Stewart's first television series since "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" ended in 2015.
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Apple Looking to Establish a Large Production Campus in Los Angeles for Apple TV+

Apple is looking to lease a large production campus in Los Angeles for Apple TV+, according to the Wall Street Journal.



Apple apparently told real-estate development executives about its intention to lease a Los Angeles production campus, presumably for ‌Apple TV+‌. The production hub could exceed half a million square feet in size since it needs to provide enough space to produce multiple TV shows and movies.

Many of the city’s available spaces for production are said to be heavily booked for months in advance by studios that need a constant output of content, prompting companies to acquire space for themselves directly or lock-in locations with leases that reserve the space for several years at a time.

Mike Mosallam joined Apple in January this year as a lead production real-estate executive for Los Angeles, apparently looking to oversee the company’s soundstage strategy. He previously worked as Netflix’s director of production planning and studio leasing.

Apple is reportedly hoping to deepen its presence in Hollywood by opening the campus. The company currently leases individual soundstages to film for ‌Apple TV+‌ in Los Angeles and other areas around the world, but a dedicated campus could streamline the production process and reinforce Apple’s commitment to compete with other video streaming services.

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Apple is looking to lease a large production campus in Los Angeles for Apple TV+, according to the Wall Street Journal.


Apple apparently told real-estate development executives about its intention to lease a Los Angeles production campus, presumably for ‌Apple TV+‌. The production hub could exceed half a million square feet in size since it needs to provide enough space to produce multiple TV shows and movies.

Many of the city's available spaces for production are said to be heavily booked for months in advance by studios that need a constant output of content, prompting companies to acquire space for themselves directly or lock-in locations with leases that reserve the space for several years at a time.

Mike Mosallam joined Apple in January this year as a lead production real-estate executive for Los Angeles, apparently looking to oversee the company's soundstage strategy. He previously worked as Netflix's director of production planning and studio leasing.

Apple is reportedly hoping to deepen its presence in Hollywood by opening the campus. The company currently leases individual soundstages to film for ‌Apple TV+‌ in Los Angeles and other areas around the world, but a dedicated campus could streamline the production process and reinforce Apple's commitment to compete with other video streaming services.
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Apple TV+ Animated Shows Bag Three Daytime Emmys

Apple TV+ original animated shows were named three times in the Daytime Emmy Award winners for children’s programming announced over the weekend.



According to Variety, original ‌Apple TV+‌ film “Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth” won its nomination for “Outstanding Special Class Daytime Animated Program.” For her work on the film, animator Anne Moth also received an award for “Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation.”

Meanwhile, Apple Original “Stillwater” won an Emmy for “Outstanding Editing for a Preschool Animated Program,” and had nominations in several other categories. “Helpsters” was also named in multiple categories but was ultimately unable to bag an award.

Daytime Emmy ceremonies were aired on Saturday and Sunday, and streamed via the web and the Emmy app, where they remain available to watch. The winners of the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Award winners will be announced on September 19, 2021, when ‌Apple TV+‌ comedy “Ted Lasso” will hope to bring home more awards after receiving nominations in several categories including “Best Comedy.”

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Apple TV+ original animated shows were named three times in the Daytime Emmy Award winners for children's programming announced over the weekend.


According to Variety, original ‌Apple TV+‌ film "Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth" won its nomination for "Outstanding Special Class Daytime Animated Program." For her work on the film, animator Anne Moth also received an award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation."

Meanwhile, Apple Original "Stillwater" won an Emmy for "Outstanding Editing for a Preschool Animated Program," and had nominations in several other categories. "Helpsters" was also named in multiple categories but was ultimately unable to bag an award.

Daytime Emmy ceremonies were aired on Saturday and Sunday, and streamed via the web and the Emmy app, where they remain available to watch. The winners of the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Award winners will be announced on September 19, 2021, when ‌Apple TV+‌ comedy "Ted Lasso" will hope to bring home more awards after receiving nominations in several categories including "Best Comedy."
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Apple May Be Interested in Acquiring A24 Film Studio

A24, a film and TV studio that works with Apple, recently explored a possible sale and Apple was one of the interested parties, according to a new report from Variety.



Movies that include “Hereditary,” “Moonlight,” “Lady Bird,” and “Midsommar” have come from A24, with A24 also responsible for Apple TV+ content that includes “Mr. Corman” and “On the Rocks” along with and upcoming films “Sharper,” “The Sky is Everywhere,” “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” “Bride,” and more.

A24 is asking for $2.5 billion to $3 billion, and has been talking with potential buyers for over 18 months. According to Variety, it is not clear if those discussions are ongoing, as a source close to the company says A24 is now focused on expansion.

Some of the sources that spoke to Variety said that Apple and A24 discussed a potential acquisition when their multi-year film deal was announced in 2018, but other sources said that the two companies held discussions much more recently.

Apple appears to be looking to expand its ‌Apple TV+‌ offerings, and recent rumors also suggested that Apple has expressed interest in purchasing Hello Sunshine, which is Reese Witherspoon’s production company.

If Apple does ultimately end up purchasing A24, it could be folded into Apple Studios, Apple’s own production company that is involved with some of its ‌Apple TV+‌ shows.

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A24, a film and TV studio that works with Apple, recently explored a possible sale and Apple was one of the interested parties, according to a new report from Variety.


Movies that include "Hereditary," "Moonlight," "Lady Bird," and "Midsommar" have come from A24, with A24 also responsible for Apple TV+ content that includes "Mr. Corman" and "On the Rocks" along with and upcoming films "Sharper," "The Sky is Everywhere," "The Tragedy of Macbeth," "Bride," and more.

A24 is asking for $2.5 billion to $3 billion, and has been talking with potential buyers for over 18 months. According to Variety, it is not clear if those discussions are ongoing, as a source close to the company says A24 is now focused on expansion.

Some of the sources that spoke to Variety said that Apple and A24 discussed a potential acquisition when their multi-year film deal was announced in 2018, but other sources said that the two companies held discussions much more recently.

Apple appears to be looking to expand its ‌Apple TV+‌ offerings, and recent rumors also suggested that Apple has expressed interest in purchasing Hello Sunshine, which is Reese Witherspoon's production company.

If Apple does ultimately end up purchasing A24, it could be folded into Apple Studios, Apple's own production company that is involved with some of its ‌Apple TV+‌ shows.
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Ted Lasso Scores Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series

Popular Apple TV+ show “Ted Lasso” has earned an Emmy award nomination in the Comedy series category, where it will be competing against “Black-ish,” “Cobra Kai,” “Emily in Paris,” “Hacks,” “The Flight Attendant,” “The Kominsky Method,” and “Pen15.”

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Jason Sudeikis, who plays Ted Lasso on the TV series, has also been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. He’s up against Anthony Anderson (Black-ish), Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method), William H. Macy (Shameless), and Kenan Thompson (Kenan).

“Ted Lasso” received a total of 20 nominations [PDF], with additional nominations in categories like Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Design for a Narrative Program, Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, and more.

A few other ‌Apple TV+‌ shows received Emmy nominations as well. “Servant” received a nomination for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series, “Boys State” was nominated for Outstanding Documentary and Outstanding Directing for a Documentary, the Billie Eilish documentary was nominated for Outstanding Music Direction and Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program, and Mariah Carey’s Christmas Special got a nomination for Outstanding Contemporary Makeup.

“Central Park” stars Tituss Burgess and Stanley Tucci were both nominated for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance, and “Mythic Quest” and “The Year Earth Changed” have both been nominated for Outstanding Narrator. “Mythic Quest” also received a nomination for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series. And finally, Apple’s “Carpool Karaoke” series received a nomination for Outstanding Short Form Comedy.

The winners of the 73rd annual Emmy awards will be announced on Sunday, September 19.

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Popular Apple TV+ show "Ted Lasso" has earned an Emmy award nomination in the Comedy series category, where it will be competing against "Black-ish," "Cobra Kai," "Emily in Paris," "Hacks," "The Flight Attendant," "The Kominsky Method," and "Pen15."

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Jason Sudeikis, who plays Ted Lasso on the TV series, has also been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. He's up against Anthony Anderson (Black-ish), Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method), William H. Macy (Shameless), and Kenan Thompson (Kenan).

"Ted Lasso" received a total of 20 nominations [PDF], with additional nominations in categories like Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Design for a Narrative Program, Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, and more.

A few other ‌Apple TV+‌ shows received Emmy nominations as well. "Servant" received a nomination for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series, "Boys State" was nominated for Outstanding Documentary and Outstanding Directing for a Documentary, the Billie Eilish documentary was nominated for Outstanding Music Direction and Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program, and Mariah Carey's Christmas Special got a nomination for Outstanding Contemporary Makeup.

"Central Park" stars Tituss Burgess and Stanley Tucci were both nominated for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance, and "Mythic Quest" and "The Year Earth Changed" have both been nominated for Outstanding Narrator. "Mythic Quest" also received a nomination for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series. And finally, Apple's "Carpool Karaoke" series received a nomination for Outstanding Short Form Comedy.

The winners of the 73rd annual Emmy awards will be announced on Sunday, September 19.
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Apple TV+ to Offer Russian-Language Content Through New First-Look Deal

Russian-language shows are likely headed to Apple TV+, as Variety reports that Apple has signed a first-look deal with AR Content, a production company led by Ukranian and Russian producer and director Alexander Rodnyansky.

A scene from Russian film “Loveless” produced by Alexander Rodnyansky

The deal will reportedly provide Apple with an opportunity to secure Russian-language and multilingual shows for Apple TV+, set both inside and outside Russia, with both Russian and international writers and directors.

“Apple is extremely interested to explore the possibilities in that part of the world,” said Rodnyansky, who received Academy Award nominations for the 2014 film “Leviathan” and 2017 film “Loveless.” “It’s going to be the very first of all the global streaming platforms to sign a strategic partnership with a company with Russian roots.”

Apple TV+ is gradually expanding its non-English content. Israeli spy thriller series “Tehran” has primarily Hebrew dialogue, and last month, Apple greenlit contemporary thriller “Liaison” as its first French-language series.

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Russian-language shows are likely headed to Apple TV+, as Variety reports that Apple has signed a first-look deal with AR Content, a production company led by Ukranian and Russian producer and director Alexander Rodnyansky.

A scene from Russian film "Loveless" produced by Alexander Rodnyansky

The deal will reportedly provide Apple with an opportunity to secure Russian-language and multilingual shows for Apple TV+, set both inside and outside Russia, with both Russian and international writers and directors.

"Apple is extremely interested to explore the possibilities in that part of the world," said Rodnyansky, who received Academy Award nominations for the 2014 film "Leviathan" and 2017 film "Loveless." "It's going to be the very first of all the global streaming platforms to sign a strategic partnership with a company with Russian roots."

Apple TV+ is gradually expanding its non-English content. Israeli spy thriller series "Tehran" has primarily Hebrew dialogue, and last month, Apple greenlit contemporary thriller "Liaison" as its first French-language series.
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Apple in Talks With NFL for Sunday Ticket Streaming

Apple is interested in streaming rights for the National Football League’s “Sunday Ticket” package, reports The Information. Apple has had discussions with NFL executives, but the NFL is also speaking with TV networks and other tech firms as well.



Sunday Ticket streaming content currently airs on DirecTV, but it is up for auction and should Apple acquire the rights, out-of-market fans will be able to watch non-prime time games from all 32 NFL teams on Apple TV+.

DirecTV pays somewhere around $1.5 billion to broadcast the Sunday Ticket games, but its deal with the NFL expires in 2022, paving the way for other networks to bid on the package. The NFL is looking to get more money when establishing a new deal.

ESPN parent company Disney is said to be interested in acquiring the rights for the ESPN streaming service, and according to The Information, Apple is not seen as a serious contender for the rights because it has been reluctant to invest money in entertainment programming.

That said, Apple has an ongoing relationship with the National Football League, and in 2020, hired James DeLorenzo to run a sports division for ‌Apple TV+‌. DeLorenzo previously negotiated Amazon’s deal with the NFL to stream live games.

Apple previously held talks with the Pac-12 conference about live streaming college sports, but nothing ever came of those talks and there continues to be little sports-related content on ‌Apple TV+‌.

Acquiring the rights to the NFL’s Sunday Ticket package would draw a wider audience to ‌Apple TV+‌, appealing to those who live away from their favorite football teams.

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Apple is interested in streaming rights for the National Football League's "Sunday Ticket" package, reports The Information. Apple has had discussions with NFL executives, but the NFL is also speaking with TV networks and other tech firms as well.


Sunday Ticket streaming content currently airs on DirecTV, but it is up for auction and should Apple acquire the rights, out-of-market fans will be able to watch non-prime time games from all 32 NFL teams on Apple TV+.

DirecTV pays somewhere around $1.5 billion to broadcast the Sunday Ticket games, but its deal with the NFL expires in 2022, paving the way for other networks to bid on the package. The NFL is looking to get more money when establishing a new deal.

ESPN parent company Disney is said to be interested in acquiring the rights for the ESPN streaming service, and according to The Information, Apple is not seen as a serious contender for the rights because it has been reluctant to invest money in entertainment programming.

That said, Apple has an ongoing relationship with the National Football League, and in 2020, hired James DeLorenzo to run a sports division for ‌Apple TV+‌. DeLorenzo previously negotiated Amazon's deal with the NFL to stream live games.

Apple previously held talks with the Pac-12 conference about live streaming college sports, but nothing ever came of those talks and there continues to be little sports-related content on ‌Apple TV+‌.

Acquiring the rights to the NFL's Sunday Ticket package would draw a wider audience to ‌Apple TV+‌, appealing to those who live away from their favorite football teams.
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Apple TV+’s ‘Ted Lasso’ Leads HCA Streaming Award Nominations

Apple TV+ shows have been nominated across the Hollywood Critics Association’s first annual TV awards, with “Ted Lasso” leading nominations with eight selections.

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The Hollywood Critics Association has published its nominations for its first annual TV awards, as highlighted by Deadline.

‌Apple TV+‌’s Ted Lasso has received eight nominations, which is more than any other show. Overall, ‌Apple TV+‌ titles have received 15 nominations across various categories. Netflix was the leading streaming service, with a total of 28 nominations across multiple categories.

Ted Lasso has been nominated for Best Streaming Comedy Series, Best Actor for Jason Sudeikis, dual nominations in Best Supporting Actress for Juno Temple and Hannah Waddingham, and four nominations in Best Supporting Actor for Brendan Hunt, Brett Goldstein, Jeremy Swift, and Nick Mohammed.

For Best Streaming Comedy Series, Ted Lasso takes on Netflix’s “Cobra Kai,” Peacock’s “Girls5Eva,” and HBO Max’s “Hacks” and “The Flight Attendant,” as well as ‌Apple TV+‌’s “Mythic Quest.” Mythic Quest also received a number of other nominations, with Rob McElhenney being nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy Streaming Series and Danny Pudi for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Streaming Series.

‌Apple TV+‌’s “Servant” is nominated for Best Drama Streaming Series, competing with Netflix’s “Bridgerton” and “The Crown,” Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys,” Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and Disney+’s “The Mandalorian.” Rupert Grint is also nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Streaming Series. For “Dickinson,” Hailee Steinfeld is nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Streaming Series.

“1971: The Year Music Changed Everything” is nominated for Best Streaming Docuseries, Documentary Television Movie, or Non-Fiction Series, where it rivals Netflix’s “American Murder: The Family Next Door,” “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel,” “Murder Among Mormons,” “The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness,” and “Unsolved Mysteries,” HBO Max’s “Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults,” Hulu’s “Kid 90s,” and Amazon Prime Video’s “P!nk: All I Know So Far.”

‌Apple TV+‌ shows have been nominated for over 400 awards since the streaming service’s launch, including 25 Daytime Emmy Awards. In particular, Ted Lasso has been a major award-winner for Apple, receiving a Critics Choice Award, SAG Award, a Golden Globe, and more.

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Apple TV+ shows have been nominated across the Hollywood Critics Association's first annual TV awards, with "Ted Lasso" leading nominations with eight selections.

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The Hollywood Critics Association has published its nominations for its first annual TV awards, as highlighted by Deadline.

‌Apple TV+‌'s Ted Lasso has received eight nominations, which is more than any other show. Overall, ‌Apple TV+‌ titles have received 15 nominations across various categories. Netflix was the leading streaming service, with a total of 28 nominations across multiple categories.

Ted Lasso has been nominated for Best Streaming Comedy Series, Best Actor for Jason Sudeikis, dual nominations in Best Supporting Actress for Juno Temple and Hannah Waddingham, and four nominations in Best Supporting Actor for Brendan Hunt, Brett Goldstein, Jeremy Swift, and Nick Mohammed.

For Best Streaming Comedy Series, Ted Lasso takes on Netflix's "Cobra Kai," Peacock's "Girls5Eva," and HBO Max's "Hacks" and "The Flight Attendant," as well as ‌Apple TV+‌'s "Mythic Quest." Mythic Quest also received a number of other nominations, with Rob McElhenney being nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy Streaming Series and Danny Pudi for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Streaming Series.

‌Apple TV+‌'s "Servant" is nominated for Best Drama Streaming Series, competing with Netflix's "Bridgerton" and "The Crown," Amazon Prime Video's "The Boys," Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale," and Disney+'s "The Mandalorian." Rupert Grint is also nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Streaming Series. For "Dickinson," Hailee Steinfeld is nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Streaming Series.

"1971: The Year Music Changed Everything" is nominated for Best Streaming Docuseries, Documentary Television Movie, or Non-Fiction Series, where it rivals Netflix's "American Murder: The Family Next Door," "Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel," "Murder Among Mormons," "The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness," and "Unsolved Mysteries," HBO Max's "Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults," Hulu's "Kid 90s," and Amazon Prime Video's "P!nk: All I Know So Far."

‌Apple TV+‌ shows have been nominated for over 400 awards since the streaming service's launch, including 25 Daytime Emmy Awards. In particular, Ted Lasso has been a major award-winner for Apple, receiving a Critics Choice Award, SAG Award, a Golden Globe, and more.
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