In the last few days we have heard several news related to the premieres that will be coming to Apple TV+, and since we are at home we can take advantage of it to catch up with the news of Apple’s video streaming service. So without further ado, welcome to a new summary of the latest from Apple TV+ .
Home Before Dark’ premiere
We begin this list of new features with the official premiere of ‘Home Before Dark’, the new original series on Apple TV+ that premieres today, April 1st. This new production by the apple company is about a family that has to move to the village where the father was born. There they will find themselves with an unsolved crime that they all tried to hide . Before its debut, Apple has already confirmed that there will be a second season.
In the video we share you can see the behind-the-scenes of this series, inspired by the report of a real nine-year-old journalist. The series was created and produced by Jon M. Chu and producers Dana Fox and Dara Resnik, and was written by Russel Friend and Garrett Lerner.
Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth
The company also released this week a trailer for its upcoming animated film ‘Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth’, a production that takes a tour of planet Earth. This film is an adaptation of Oliver Jeffers’ best-selling children’s book and is narrated by Meryl Streep. All Apple TV+ users will be able to watch it from April 17th.
New trailer for ‘Trying’
In the last few hours, Apple launched the official preview of the British comedy series “Trying”, which will be available to all Apple TV+ users from May 1st . Starring Rafe Spall and Esther Smith, ‘Trying’ is a new comedy series about adult life, settling down and finding someone to love.
This new series, which comes from BBC Studios and was written by Andy Wolton, will be the first original series from the United Kingdom to debut on Cupertino’s signature streaming service.
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New Helpsters and Ne-Yo video
Finally, this last week Apple published a new video of the characters of its children’s series ‘The Helpsters’ in the company of the artist Ne-Yo, where all together they do a dance about directionality. This is a rather cute and entertaining clip to teach the little ones everything about directionality.