Apple inks deal for Emily Dickinson comedy series

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Hailee Steinfeld will star as Emily Dickinson.
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19th-century American poet Emily Dickinson is set to serve as the inspiration behind Apple’s newest TV show.

Apple reportedly ordered a full season of the comedy TV show that will use Dickinson’s environment to explore the constraints of society on gender and family.

Apple picks up thriller series from M. Night Shyamalan

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Apple is teaming up with M. Night Shyamalan for a mysterious new TV project.

Shyamalan reportedly struck a deal with Apple to executive produce a new TV show that’s being described as a psychological thriller, but other details are being kept under wraps.

Apple renews Carpool Karaoke for second season

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Enjoy Carpool Karaoke without an Apple Music subscription.
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Apple’s most successful original TV show is coming back for a second act.

Carpool Karaoke has reportedly been greenlit for a second season, bringing even more odd celebrity pairings and silly singing shenanigans to Apple’s growing arsenal of original content.

Big Sick creators write funny immigration TV series for Apple

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Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon are writing a TV show for Apple.
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Immigration is one of the hottest issues in Washington D.C. this week and with a little help from Apple, the issue is about to take over Hollywood too.

Apple is developing yet another original TV show called Little America that’s being written by Silicon Valley star Kumail Nanjiani and his partner Emily V. Gordon.

La La Land director inks huge TV deal with Apple

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The director of La La Land is making a TV show.
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Apple’s growing roster of high profile Hollywood projects has added yet another A-list director to its swelling ranks.

Acclaimed filmmaker Damien Chazelle has reportedly signed a deal with Apple to create a mysterious new original TV show for the iPhone-maker.

Kristen Wiig will make you laugh in Apple’s new comedy

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Wiig will play Cheetah in Wonder Woman 1984 instead.
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Apple is bringing Kristen Wiig back to TV.

Wigg is set to star in Apple’s first TV comedy series that’s being executive produced by Reese Witherspoon. It will be the first time Wigg has starred in a TV show since she left Saturday Night Live in 2012.

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.

Apple adds Hulu and Legendary execs to original content team

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Apple's TV team is starting to take shape.
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Apple’s quest to dominate the video streaming business has added two new executives to the company’s growing roster of original video content talent.

Two business affairs executives — Philip Matthys from Hulu and Jennifer Wang Grazier from Legendary Entertainment — have reportedly joined Apple to fill positions on the company’s video content team.