As scheduled, the Apple announced today (25) on Apple Event in Los Angeles, your streaming service.
The platform won the new AppleTV +.
Hollywood projects, lineups and big names have been featured over the past few months. Brie Larson was one of the last to be announced on the platform with Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, M. Night Shyamalan and Damien Chazelle.
You can check the projects announced so far here.
With a base of more than 1 billion users, Apple is now betting on original content to launch its streaming platform. Today’s event (25) reaffirms the company’s power in the streaming services war, where the tech giant now tries to clash with the Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Go and the services that come around, like the Disney + and the service of Warner Bros.
Apple announced in a promotional video that the biggest names in Hollywood work with them for this new platform. Directors were cited Steven Spielberg, JJ Abrams, M. Night Shyamalan Ron Howard and Sofia Coppola.
The partnership of Spielberg with the Apple for the series Amazing Stories (read more here).
The actors Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carrel on stage to announce the morning show series (read more here).
Then it was the actors’ turn Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard appear at the event. The duo announced the series See, read the little we know about production here.
The actor Kumail Nanjiani was also on stage to publicize, Little america, series that arrives at the service, in partnership with his wife Emily V. Gordon that will tell the story of immigrant families in the USA.
It was also announced at the event that Sesame Street will win a new series on the platform called Helpsters! The program will be focused on children in the pre-choice phase who will develop work with computers.
Soon after, the producer JJ Abrams and the singer Sara Bareilles announced Little Voice. Read more here.
Apple announced that the AppleTV + arrives at the end of the year in the USA and in more than 100 countries with original Apple programming and without advertisements.
Information if the service comes to Brazil has not been announced, nor prices or other details.