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Apple orders new TV series all about extravagant homes


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The meeting takes place inside the Steve Jobs Theater on February 26.
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Get ready to dive into the lifestyles of the rich and fabulous with a new Apple TV show that just got the green light.

Apple reportedly gave a straight-to-series order for a new docuseries called Home that will explore some of the most extravagant abodes in the world, along with the minds that made them.

The initial order is for 10 episodes that will run about an hour each, according Variety.

The new show Home is being created by Matt Tyrnauer and Corey Reeser of Altimeter Films. Time Inc. Productions and Media Weaver Entertainment are also producers on the project.

Apple is planning to make a big push into original content in 2018 by spending over $1 billion to create TV shows, movies and documentaries for its platforms. The company has already ordered three new series: a reboot of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories, a TV show starring Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon, and a sci-fi space drama from the guy behind Battlestar Galactica.

Apple’s status in the tech world could open some interesting doors to amazing houses beyond the usual celebrity and musician fodder you’re used to seeing on MTV Cribs. One can only hope we’ll get a tour of Jony Ive’s mansion or a peek at Jeff Bezos’ estate.

Of course, no official release date or announcement of the show has been made by Apple yet.


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