Apple debuts official trailer for Apple TV+ interview series 'Dear...'
The trailer for the Apple TV+ "Dear..." features influential people who are shaping culture and society, such as Stevie Wonder, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Sesame Street's Big Bird.
In January, Apple announced "Dear...", a new documentary series produced by R.J. Cutler that takes a deeper look into the lives of iconic figures like Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Wonder, journalist Gloria Steinem, gymnast Aly Raisman and more. The series is another exclusive to Apple's streaming platform, Apple TV+.
Apple has released an official trailer for the series, which serves as a bite-sized sample of the faces you can expect to be profiled on the series. The trailer features Lauren Daigle's "You Say" as the backing score. The series is currently available to watch on Apple TV+.
Like "Dear Apple" letters, which typically focus on life-changing events like Apple Watch discovering a heart condition or iPhone automatically calling emergency services after a car crash, the upcoming show uses letters to paint a picture of "internationally recognized leaders."
Along with Winfrey, Wonder, Steinem, and Raisman, the 10-episode series will profiles Spike Lee, Lin-Manuel Miranda, model and activist Yara Shahidi, ballet dancer Misty Copeland and Big Bird.
The series is executive produced by Culter, alongside Todd Luben, Jay Peterson, Jane Cha, and Lyle Gammons. Matador Content has produced the series for Apple.