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Apple goes behind the scenes of the human connections in Amazing Stories


Amazing Stories is now available on Apple TV+.
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The last episode of Amazing Stories season 1 already aired last week, and if you haven’t binged the Steven Spielberg-led series yet, Apple’s new behind-the-scenes look at the show will have you ready to dive in.

Apple published an inside look of Amazing Stories today on YouTube with interviews from executive producers Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz. The duo, along with cast members from each episode, discuss their drive to create fantasy and sci-fi stories that still resonate with the complexities of human reality. To be honest, I always thought the show looked kind of boring but this new featurette has me pretty intrigued.

Take a look:

Steven Speilberg’s reboot of Amazing Stories was one of the most anticipated shows on Apple TV+. The show was unveiled by Speilberg himself at the Apple TV+ event last year with a focus on showing what happens when the ordinary touches the extraordinary.

The show faced a number of production hurdles during its development, including having to find new showrunners. Bryan Fuller was originally tasked with leading the series’ development but was replaced due to creative differences.

Unfortunately for fans of the show, the first season only consists of five episodes. Cult of Mac has reviews of each episode though if you want to know which are the best to start with.



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