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Visible’ is the new Apple TV+ documentary that explores the LGBTQ movement on TV

La primera temporada de la serie ‘Little America’ llegará completa a Apple TV+ en enero

A cargo de la narración de la serie estarán algunos nombres familiares en la comunidad LGBTQ y tendremos entrevistas con personas muy importantes en la actual televisión estadounidense:

Visible’ is the new Apple TV+ documentary that explores the LGBTQ movement on TV
Visible’ is the new Apple TV+ documentary that explores the LGBTQ movement on TV

Combinando imágenes de archivo con entrevistas con jugadores clave del movimiento y la pantalla, Janet Mock, Margaret Cho, Asia Kate Dillon, Neil Patrick Harris y Lena Waithe narran las docuseries. Tendremos entrevistas nunca antes vistas con Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Anderson Cooper, Billy Porter, Rachel Maddow, Don Lemon, Sara Ramírez, Jesse Tyler Ferguson y docenas más

En cada episodio veremos diversos temas como la invisibilidad, la homofobia, la evolución de los personajes LGBTQ y la aparición en la industria de la televisión. Apple lanzará la serie completa con los 5 episodios el 14 de febrero de 2020 , justo el Día de San Valentín, algo que no puede ser casualidad.

Apple TV+ has been one of the most important services for the future that Apple has presented this year. Apple’s video service was launched a couple of months ago and since then we have been following its evolution with new episodes of series such as The Morning Show , nominated for numerous awards, and new series such as Servant.

However, the catalogue of Apple TV+ is not going to stop growing and now we know that a new series will arrive in the month of February. This new series will be a documentary exploring the LGBTQ movement on television and will be called ‘Visible’.

Apple TV+ will premiere this new multi-episode documentary series called “Visible: Out on Television” in February, we will have five one-hour episodes. This series will be produced by Wanda Sykes and “will investigate the importance of television as an intimate medium that has shaped the American consciousness and how the LGBTQ movement has shaped television.

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