Apple TV+ has announced the arrival of new original productions, the release dates of some of the content presented previously, and much more in the course of the weekend. Here are all the details, synthetic, and in order:

  • Amazing Stories: the remake of Steven Spielberg ‘s anthology series is in the works already for quite a while, but is finally ready for release: the fixed date is the 6 march. It is one of the most ambitious projects of Apple so far, at least judging by the names involved: in addition to Spielberg as executive producer, the two hollywood are Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, the pair that has worked on Lost, and There was a time; and the directors of the various episodes have worked to great success, like The Americans, Game of Thrones, Succession, and The Mentalist. Among the actors include Josh Holloway (Sawyer in Lost), Dylan O’brien (Maze Runner) and Robert Forster (jackie Brown) in her last role.
  • Defending Jacob: it will be a miniseries drama based on the novel same name by William Landay. The main cast will include Chris Evans, AKA Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Michelle Dockery (best known for Downton Abbey) and’jaeden Martell (who has participated in the remake of It, and Dinner with a Murder – Knives Out, the film has received multiple nominations for the Golden Globe and Oscar-2020). The series will be set in a small town in Massachusetts, which is shattered by a serious crime. Evans will play a district attorney whose son is suspected of being involved in the crime, and will explore the moral dilemmas to which it is subjected. The first three episodes will debut on the 24th of April, the next will come on a weekly basis, as usual every Friday.
  • Tryingis the first uk TV series to the streaming platform of the Apple. It will be a comedy, and will speak to a couple who wants to have a baby, but fails. It is produced by the BBC Studios. The first season will consist of eight episodes by half an hour. It will be available in its entirety from1 may.
  • Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth: it will be a short animated film with an eco theme, based on the eponymous book by Oliver Jeffers; the actor, figure, Meryl Streep, as well as Chris O’dowd, Jacob Tremblay, and Ruth Negga. The film is about a child of 7 years during the Earth Day and being taught about the wonders of the planet by his parents. Will be available from 17 April (Earth Day is the 22nd).
  • Dear…: it is a docuserie inspired by the series of commercials Dear Apple, and tells the stories of the most important contemporary personalities using the same narrative device – of the letters written by people who have changed my life. Among these will be Oprah Winfrey, Spike Lee, Stevie Wonder, writer/journalist/activist Gloria Steinem, actress/activist Yara Shahidi and the snowman Big Bird/Bibo. The entire first season will be available from 5 June.
  • Home Before Dark: is a drama series/mystery about a young girl who returns to the small town where he grew up as his father. Discovers a mysterious case that all the people, his father included, have tried to cover up and hide. The series has already been renewed for a second season; the first three episodes will be available the 3rd of April, the next will come weekly on a Friday.
  • Home: is a docuserie of architecture announced a few days ago, in the course of the festival SXSW. We now have a release date: 17 April.
  • Central Park: is a series of animation musical also announced during SXSW. Will come tothe beginning of the summer.
  • Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, the comedy series that is about a studio of game developers, has already been renewed for a second season even before the premiere.
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus: the superstars of comedy Saturday Night Live, Seinfeld and Veep, has signed an exclusive agreement with the platform of Apple: this means that for the next few years will produce content exclusively for the TV+. There are no exact details, but it will be either star is executive producer.