And, although we are going to tell you about it here, we remind you that on Fridays we broadcast a special episode of our daily podcast in which Álvaro García (server) reviews all the news on Apple TV +, in addition to leaving reviews on these contents. In the episode broadcast today, a review is made of everything that happened this month and what is to come in the next.
Tragedy? Macbeth is now available on Apple TV +
Although the title in Castilian does not include the word tragedy, “Macbeth” has already officially landed on the platform after having made several previews in cinemas around the world. The film is an adaptation of the classic work by William Shakespeare and features actors such as Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Paddy Considine and Sean Harris. The story, in case you do not know the original work, focuses on the prophecy received by the Duke of Scotland, Macbeth, who is said to one day become king and his ambition leads him to assassinate the current monarch.
Servant returns next week
The mysteries of the Turner family are back. Or almost. And it is that next week the first chapter of the third season by Servant. The acclaimed M. Night Shyamalan series will air a new chapter every week from the next until March 25, when it ends. Although, yes, the series has already confirmed a fourth and final season that would arrive in 2023.
Also next week comes The Afterparty, a promising series created by ‘Oscar winners’ Chris Miller and Phil Lord. The plot mixes three incompatible a priori genres such as comedy, drama and mystery. It focuses on a murder lived on a night out and throughout its eight chapters the mystery will be revealed through the vision of each of its protagonists.
And as the classics never die, The Fraguels either. A new sequel with the nickname “the fun continues” is what now concerns the puppets created by Jim Henson. We remember that this is the second version of this classic that Apple TV + premieres exclusively and we are sure that not only the little ones will enjoy it, since even the nostalgic older ones will be in front of the screen in this premiere.
More premieres confirmed for February and March
Suspects is a series that will come to Apple TV + the February 4 with Uma Thurman as the main protagonist. She plays an American businesswoman who sees her successful life cut short when her son is kidnapped in a hotel, with four British citizens as main suspects and a mystery that is not as easy to solve as it may seem at times.
The February 22 reach Separation, another thriller starring Mark Scott, in which he plays a worker from a particular company in which everyone manages to separate their working life from their personal life due to a surgical intervention that has been performed on them. Although perhaps not everything is as wonderful as it promises, since Scott’s character will discover what reasons lead managers to take this abnormal measure.
Already the March 11th A new series will arrive on the platform starring Samuel L. Jackson and based on a novel by Walter Mosley, The last days of Ptolemy Gray. L. Jackson plays an insane old man who sees how with the help of a young orphan and a miraculous treatment he begins to recover his memories.
The Morning Show and other renewed series
Although it was an open secret both because of how the second season ended and because of the interviews that its protagonists gave, The Morning Show will have a third season. It is not known when or how, but it has already been officially confirmed by Apple. Truth be Told, Octavia Spencer’s series and another of the platform’s pioneers has also renewed for a third batch. In the same way that Physical, released last summer, will also have a second season.