Jason Momoa returns as a blind warrior in See season 2, Isaac Asimov’s Foundation sequence will get an adaptation, and extra. Apple TV+ exhibits all of it off in a brand new trailer:
Not to be outdone by Netflix’s ”Geeked Week,” Apple has launched a supercut of all the brand new stuff coming to Apple TV+. It’s gentle on launch dates however lengthy on intriguing huge swings from an organization that has the cash to maintain Apple TV+ going for so long as it needs, though it’s nonetheless a relatively minor participant within the streaming wars.
Take a glance under:
We’ve got glimpses of the second season of See, starring Jason Momoa as blind warrior Baba Voss, who’s making his approach in a post-apocalyptic future the place most individuals have misplaced their sight. There’s a glimpse at Foundation, Apple’s adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s…ahem…foundational sci-fi sequence about an try to avoid wasting a galactic empire from collapse. There’s additionally a glimpse of Invasion, a brand new sequence about an worldwide alien invasion as seen by means of the eyes of totally different characters across the globe.
In truth, apparently Apple is so enthusiastic about that one which it gave us a full trailer, under:
The first three episode of Invasion come out on October 22, with the remaining seven to air weekly thereafter. We don’t have many launch dates for the opposite stuff, however Apple says they’re all coming between now and the top of fall.
And of course there’s different, non-sci-fi stuff in there too, like seems to be at new seasons of comedies The Morning Show and Ted Laslo, a brand new sequence known as Schmigadoon! a few couple (Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key) who discover themselves in a city the place everybody resides inside a Forties Hollywood musical, and extra.
Apple TV+ is build up a pleasant library of content material. Perhaps it may dominate the streaming wars but.
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