Many of the series available on Apple TV + have been renewed practically automatically as they have been released, in a move that seemed destined to increase Apple’s catalog fund, although the series had not had the success that the based company expected. in Cupertino.
However, it seems that this has not been the case and Apple has shown that its pulse does not tremble when it comes to canceling its series. The first series that has not managed to have a second season has been Little Voice, a series produced by JJ Abrams and Sara Bareilles, according to the guys from The Hollywood Reporter.
The Hollywood Reporter claims this information comes from sources related to the production. Little Voice tells the story of Bess, a multi-talented artist who tries to make her way through New York’s musical jungle while navigating personal obstacles. It is a story full of dreams, courage and talent. This series is produced by JJ Abrams and with original music by Sara Bareilles.
Little Voice stars Brittany O’Grady and features original songs written by Sara Bareilles, some of which were released as an official soundtrack. The rest of the protagonists of this series are Sean Teale, Colton Ryan, Shalini Bathina, Kevin Valdez, Phillip Johnson Richardson and Chuck Cooper.
The series’ first season consists of 10 episodes and received generally positive reviews and was nominated for a NAACP Image Award in the category of Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series.
Another product in which the prolific JJ Abrams is involved can be found in the mini-series The Story of Lisey, a series based on the book of the same name written by Stephen King, who, in turn, has been in charge of adapting the book to television format.