Here’s what’s news with Apple TV+ Streaming Service in May 2023.
It’s About Time
File this under better late than never. Now Apple TV offers the ability to pick who is watching when you launch YouTube TV. YouTube TV lets you have multiple profiles for family members, each with its own DVR. Now you don’t need to go into the settings to change who is watching.
Exclusive Movie: Outcome
Apple TV+ has a new movie in the works, with a surprising comedic duo at the helm! Keanu Reeves, known for his action-packed roles, is teaming up with Jonah Hill, a comedy veteran, for an exclusive new film called Outcome. Hill isn’t just starring in the movie – he’s also directing! And with Hill and Ezra Woods co-writing the screenplay for this dark comedy, expect some hilarious chaos unleashed on screen. There’s no release date yet set. Stay tuned to Pop Culture Press for more.
New Release Date Announced for Apple TV+’s Murder Mystery-Comedy Series: Season 2 Premieres July 12th
Apple TV+ has announced a new release strategy for the second season of the murder mystery-comedy series, opting for an installment-based approach rather than dropping the entire season at once. Originally scheduled for April 28, the delayed sophomore season will now premiere on July 12 with its first two episodes. Subsequently, one additional installment will be released every Wednesday until September 6.
The upcoming season will revolve around a wedding gone wrong, where the groom is murdered and every guest becomes a suspect. Detective Danner, portrayed by Tiffany Haddish, will return to help Aniq, played by Sam Richardson, and Zoë, portrayed by Zoë Chao, in solving the mystery by interrogating family members, star-crossed lovers, and business partners, and hearing each suspect’s retelling of the weekend.
Similar to the first season, the series will explore the murder from multiple perspectives, utilizing various film genres and visuals to convey the unique viewpoints of the storytellers. However, this new release strategy has sparked a debate among viewers about whether it is better than dropping the entire season at once for binge-watchers. While some may appreciate the anticipation and weekly discussions that come with installment-based releases, others may prefer the freedom of binge-watching a season all at once. The success and reception of this release strategy will undoubtedly be closely monitored by fans and industry observers alike.