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On Thursday, Apple TV+ announced the new 10-episode adult animated series “Strange Planet” will make its global debut on Wednesday, August 9, 2023. Based on the bestselling graphic novel and social media phenomenon of the same name, “Strange Planet” is a hilarious and perceptive look at a distant world not unlike our own. Adult animated series “Strange Planet” premieres August 9, 2023 on Apple TV+. Set in a whimsical world of cotton candy pinks and purples, relatable blue beings explore the absurdity of everyday human traditions. New episodes will debut weekly on Wednesdays through the season finale on September 27, 2023. Voicing this world of beings are Gotham Award nominee Tunde Adebimpe (“Rachel Getting Married”), Emmy Award nominee Demi Adejuyigbe…
The much-awaited Apple TV+ adaptation of webcomic "Strange Planet" will begin streaming a 10-episode series in August.First announced in 2021, the TV version is co-created by "Strange Planet" comic author Nathan W. Pyle, and "Community" creator Dan Harmon."Based on the 'New York Times' no. 1 bestselling graphic novel and social media phenomenon of the same name, 'Strange Planet' is a hilarious and perceptive look at a distant world not unlike our own," says Apple. "Set in a whimsical world of cotton candy pinks and purples, relatable blue beings explore the absurdity of everyday human traditions." Read more...
Apple on Thursday released the official trailer for “The Beanie Bubble,” starring Elizabeth Banks and Zach Galifianakis. Why did the world suddenly treat stuffed animals like gold? Ty Warner was a frustrated toy salesman until his collaboration with three women grew his masterstroke of an idea into the biggest toy craze in history. “The Beanie Bubble” is an inventive story about what and who we value, and the unsung heroes whose names didn’t appear on the heart-shaped tag. “The Beanie Bubble” is inspired by the story behind one of the biggest speculative crazes that blazed through American culture in the ’90s. It pulls back the curtain on the absurdities and injustices of the American Dream — particularly the female relationship…
Laura Normand / The Verge The rumored debut of a “Reality Pro” headset is right around the corner, but Tim Cook has been singing the praises of AR for years. With Tim Cook as CEO, Apple has become the most valuable company in the world, having passed a $3 trillion market cap in the past and sitting at around $2.6 trillion as of this writing. For all of his nearly 12 years as the head of the company, though, there hasn’t been one single product tied to him the way the iPhone, iPad, and revitalized Mac computers are so inextricably linked to Steve Jobs. But while Cook’s impact on the company has largely been in his operational mastery and the…
Laura Normand / The Verge The rumored debut of a “Reality Pro” headset is right around the corner, but Tim Cook has been singing the praises of AR for years. With Tim Cook as CEO, Apple has become the most valuable company in the world, having passed a $3 trillion market cap in the past and sitting at around $2.6 trillion as of this writing. For all of his nearly 12 years as the head of the company, though, there hasn’t been one single product tied to him the way the iPhone, iPad, and revitalized Mac computers are so inextricably linked to Steve Jobs. But while Cook’s impact on the company has largely been in his operational mastery and the…
Image: Apple The third — and presumably final — season of the Apple TV Plus series was stuck between a sitcom and prestige drama but still managed to end on a high note. In the opening episode of Ted Lasso’s third season, the perpetually cheerful coach (Jason Sudeikis) found himself stuck between two worlds: the desire to stay with his soccer club, AFC Richmond, in England and complete some unfinished business with a found family and his need to go back home to the US and be with a son who is missing him very badly. It provoked a full-on existential crisis — and as the season wore on, the show itself experienced something similar. With ballooning episode run times…
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