Apple has started to promote the Steven Spielberg anthology series 'Amazing Stories' for Apple TV+, alerting potential viewers of the Steven Spielberg show's availability from March 6 via the Apple TV app, as well as publishing a trailer for the show on YouTube.
YouTube executives are reportedly contemplating the expansion of a feature that allows customers to subscribe to streaming services operated by third-parties like entertainment companies, an option Apple rolled out in 2019 with Apple TV Channels.
The recently merged ViacomCBS is reportedly working on an all-encompassing streaming service that combines assets from its impressive catalog of media companies including Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon.
The latest series to launch on Apple TV+ is the service's first comedy series. It's a clever, sometimes hilarious look at life in the offices of a gaming company, and comes from the creative team behind "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
As it builds out a slate of original content, Apple recently inked an exclusive producer deal with Carmi Zlotnik, a former head of programming at Starz and HBO responsible for supervising production of hits like "Band of Brothers," "The Sopranos," "American Gods," "Outlander" and more.
Apple has teased the upcoming release of the Spike Jonze-directed live documentary "Beastie Boys Story" for Apple TV+, with the short clip giving a brief glimpse of the group at various stages of their career and 40-year friendship.
Apple has released a featurette about the food seen in the M. Night Shyamalan show "Servant," explaining how it is an important device to show a character's emotions, as well as revealing the use of a professional chef on set to guide on its preparation and usage.