Apple is said to be spending a couple billion dollars over 2018 and 2019 on the development of exclusive original programming. That’s a lot of TV! It’s nothing compared to the $12 billion Netflix spent on content in 2018, but it’s still a very big investment.What can you get for a couple billion dollars? Apple hopes to attract some of the best talent in TV and film production, including huge stars and directors, and to lock down the television and movie rights to best-selling books. Though the company has only given us a glimpse at a handful of shows, the Hollywood trade press has uncovered many more through its reporting on deals from casting agents and production companies.Updated 03/27/19: Apple has announced the name of its premium TV service: Apple TV+. The company says it is coming this fall, though we don’t yet know the price or exact launch date. Some of its initial shows were previewed in limited fashion.Apple TV+ will be available in the fall of 2019, exclusively through the new Apple TV app. Apple will update the TV app in the spring with a refreshed look and a handful of new features. More importantly, the TV app will… Read full this story
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