Apple TV+ in August has Jason Momoa and new series seasons | Applications and Software

O Apple TV+ is the streaming service created by Apple to compete with platforms like Netflix, Prime Video and the like. This month, the comedy debuts “Mr.Corman”, with actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Another highlight is the second season of “See”, series starring Jason Momoa. Check out the news from Apple TV+ In August.


The second season of “See” is one of the Apple TV+ news in August (Image: Playback/ Apple TV+)

Apple TV+ News and Releases in August

Mr. Corman – August 6th

“Mr. Corman” follows the daily life of Josh Corman, an artist by heart, but not by profession. His music career fell through, and he serves as a fifth-grade teacher at a public school in the San Fernando Valley.

Although Corman considers himself someone who has a lot to be thankful for, he struggles with the anxiety, loneliness and insecurity of not considering himself a good person. The series seeks to portray the experiences, dilemmas and insecurities of the generation in their 30s.

Mr. Corman has a total of 10 episodes. The first two will be available at launch, while the others will be released weekly, always on Fridays.

CODA – August 13th

Ruby (Emilia Jones), a 17-year-old girl, is the only hearing member of a deaf family—a CODA, the daughter of deaf adults. Her life revolves around acting as an interpreter for her parents and working on the family’s fishing boat daily before school with her father and older brother.

When Ruby joins her school’s choir club, she discovers a gift for singing and is soon drawn to her duet partner. Encouraged by her teacher to enroll in a prestigious music school, Ruby finds herself torn between her obligations to her family and the pursuit of her own dreams.

Truth Be Told – Season 2 – August 20th

The series, starring and produced by Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer, arrives with its new season of the dramatic anthology and also stars Academy Award-nominated Kate Hudson in her first lead role in a television series.

In season two, investigative reporter turned crime podcaster Poppy Parnell (Spencer) delves into a new case that deeply involves her childhood friend, media mogul Micah Keith. As developments unfold, your lifelong friendship is put to the ultimate test.

The series shows a glimpse of Americans’ obsession with real crime podcasts and will premiere on August 20th and subsequent episodes will be released weekly on Fridays.

See – Season 2 – August 27

“See” it takes place in the distant future, when humanity loses the sense of sight. In season two, Baba Voss is struggling to reunite his divided family as he tries to escape the war and politics that surround him, but the more he tries to pull away, the more he gets sucked in and the emergence of his brother threatens his family. further.

The series starring Jason Momoa gains a weighty rival with the entry of ex-WWE and “Guardian of the Galaxy”, Dave Bautista as one of the main antagonists of the season.

The first season of the series premiered on Apple TV+ in November 2019 and is among the most watched series on the platform. One of the interesting features is that part of the cast and crew is made up of people who are blind or have low vision, which is why the production received the seal Ruderman Family Foundation of Authentic in 2020. This seal is given to productions that promote inclusion policies for people with disabilities.

“See” will have its first episode of the second season aired on August 27th and the following episodes will always be released on Fridays.

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