In a long profile over the weekend, the New York Times creates its story about Apple's upcoming spring event; In particular, the state of the Apple TV service.
Reflecting other publications, NYT believes Apple's exhibitions are likely to debut in the autumn. He says there are five exhibitions that have completed the shoot and about six are in the middle of the production. In fact, it continues to name the five projects that are in the post-production phase.
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The report says that you're "Sleeping" featuring Octavia Spencer, the cosmic drama "For All Humankind," a thriller by M. Noah Shyamanlan, a comedy by the stars of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and the comedy "Dickinson," based on the eponymous poet (Emily Dickinson).
Of course, there is a big difference between being packed and done. Editing, CGI, post-production effects and the like may take months. This timeline perfectly suits the autumn debut of half a dozen shows.
He also says the morning dramatic show starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell has almost finished filming for the first season. You have already been ordered to take a second. There are rumors that star wages are about one million dollars for each episode. Also, the science fiction drama "Look" is also being shot with the participation of Jason Momoa.
Many new original Apple projects are in the process of being developed and the New York Times says Apple expects to launch even more in 2020. project also in the mix. In addition to TV shows, Apple acquires rights to several movies that also offer the service.
As reported by Bloomberg last week, Apple is expected to announce the TV service at its March 25 event but will not be ready to release. many, if any, of their own shows. So it will start with an emphasis on content deals from HBO, Showtime and other networks.