Sir David Attenborough's "The Year Earth Changed" explores nature's rebound amid COVID lockdowns
A new Apple TV+ documentary narrated by the legendary broadcaster Sir David Attenborough is exploring how nature rebounded during COVID-19 lockdowns. Attenborough and "The Year Earth Changed" Executive Producer Mike Gunton join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how species from penguins to humpback whales thrived when humans stayed indoors.cbsnews.com
'For All Mankind' sneak peek: Watch astronauts test-fire guns on the moon in 'Best-Laid Plans'
What can go wrong when somebody fires a gun on the moon? It looks like we'll find out in this week's episode of " For All Mankind " airing Friday (March 26) on Apple TV+. Video: Take an astronaut-led tour of the 'For All Mankind' moon baseSeveral spacesuited astronauts mill around the target, wondering where the bullet went, when veteran astronaut Tracy Stevens (played by Sarah Jones) speaks up. More information (likely with spoilers) about the season is available on " For All Mankind: The Official Podcast ," on Apple Podcasts. An augmented reality experience called " For All Mankind: Time Capsule " is also available in the App Store.space.com
'For All Mankind' sneak peek: Tracy Stevens takes another small step on the moon in 'The Weight'
As shown in a preview clip of the midseason episode that airs Friday (March 19), Stevens gently jumps down the lunar module ladder and takes a good look at Jamestown, the fictional NASA moon base. Related: Astronaut-led video tour reveals details in 'For All Mankind' moon baseFrom astro-wife to LSAM pilot, Tracy Stevens can handle nearly anything. Find out in the new episode of #ForAllMankind, now on the @AppleTV app with an Apple TV+ subscription. We don't get to see how Stevens reacts next, but you can catch the alternate timeline episode on Apple TV. "For All Mankind" Season 1 and the first half of Season 2 are available on the streaming platform Apple TV+ , which requires a subscription of $4.99/month.space.com
Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai hopes new partnership with Apple TV+ will "reach young women and girls"
In 2014, Malala Yousafzai, an advocate for girls education who survived a Taliban assassination attempt in Pakistan, became – at age 17 – the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Girls education advocate and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. And I am really excited for this part of my journey, because it will help me to reach young women and girls." "I have met Tim Cook in person, and I know how passionate he is for women's rights, equality and education," Yousafzai said. "Hard work, Malala, does not seem to scare you," King said.cbsnews.com
'For All Mankind' sneak peek: Astronaut handles zipper malfunction in 'Rules of Engagement'
"For All Mankind" shows an amusing twist in its latest episode airing Friday (March 5): a zipper "malfunction" that stops famed astronaut Gordo Stevens from getting to a meeting on time. Season 2 of "For All Mankind" showcases an alternate-timeline 1980s in which the U.S. and Soviet Union each have bases on the moon. Astronauts Gordon Stevens (Steven Dorman) and Dani Poole (Krys Marshall) prepare for new space missions in the "For All Mankind" episode "Rules of Engagement" in season 2. (Image credit: Apple TV+)A chagrined Stevens then shows up at a NASA classroom filled with astronauts (or astronaut candidates), all decked in uniform. "For All Mankind" Season 1 and the first two episodes of Season 2 are available on the streaming platform Apple TV+, which requires a subscription of $4.99/month.space.com
'For All Mankind' Season 2 blasts off with nods to NASA's space shuttle past
NASA's space shuttle era meets its Apollo past on the moon in the second season of "For All Mankind," the alternate space history series streaming on Apple TV+. On May 21, 1983, the United States was less than one month away from launching its first woman into space on the seventh flight of the space shuttle. Several years later, the U.S. began filling seats on the space shuttle with representatives from Canada, Japan, Saudi Arabia and from the European Space Agency (ESA). The space shuttle Columbia orbits the moon in the second season of "For All Mankind," the alternate space history series. Space shuttle Contiki is docked with Skylab in the second season of "For All Mankind," the alternate space history series.space.com
Apple TV will be available on new Xbox and PlayStation consoles for the first time
Apple TV will launch on the Xbox Series X and Series S game consoles, Microsoft confirmed on Monday. The app will let you watch Apple TV+ shows and also access TV shows and movies you may have purchased on an iPhone, iPad or through iTunes. Apple TV is already available on other platforms, such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV and smart TVs, but it hasn't yet launched on next-gen game consoles. The launch could help Apple boost its Apple TV+ subscriber base. Apple TV+ is also included in the new Apple One bundles, which package Apple Music, iCloud storage and other services together.cnbc.com
‘Peanuts’ TV specials will no longer broadcast on air. Here’s where you can watch them.
After 54 years on the air, the beloved ‘Peanuts’ specials we grew to adore will not air on TV this year, CNN reported. Stream "It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" exclusively on Apple TV+ and get ready for more Peanuts specials this holiday season. https://t.co/rq6TFCLS8L pic.twitter.com/DI14FsjR1l — Apple TV (@AppleTV) October 19, 2020The company snagged the rights to broadcast in a deal with WildBrain, Peanuts Worldwide, and Lee Mendelson Film Production, CNN reported. Families can still watch the ‘Peanuts’ specials, including the upcoming ‘It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" for free from Oct. 30 - Nov. 1 “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” from Nov. 25-27, and “A Charlie Brown Christmas Special” from Dec 11-13. Apple TV+ is $4.99 a month.
Fresh comedy faces, 'Modern Family' farewell seek Emmy nods
This image released by Hulu shows Ramy Youssef in a scene from "Ramy." Nominations for the next Emmy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, July 28. Last year's best series winners Game of Thrones and Fleabag called it a wrap, clearing the path for others to prevail. The Handmaids Tale, which took the best drama trophy in 2017, is vying for its third nomination in the category. Big Little Lies, last year's winner for best limited series, is hunting for a drama series nod for its second season.
Kristen Bell No Longer Voicing Biracial Character on 'Central Park'
Kristen Bell will no longer be voicing the role of Molly Tillerman on Central Park. Here is one of mine," Bell wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, alongside a statement from the Central Park team. "Playing the character of Molly on Central Park shows a lack of awareness of my pervasive privilege. It was wrong and we, on the Central Park team, are pledging to make it right." The Central Park news comes shortly after Jenny Slate announced on Instagram that she would no longer be voicing Missy, a biracial character, on Netflix's Big Mouth.
Here Are the Best TV Shows to Watch This Summer
Or it was in the time before, when we had to balance our TV watching with...literally anything else. -- Philiana NgLove Life (HBO Max)Anna Kendrick assumes her first leading TV role in this romantic comedy with a modern twist. Rounding out the A-list cast is Gad as Birdie, the shows narrator, and Daveed Diggs as Bitsys assistant, Helen. (CBS), Legendary (HBO Max), Looney Tunes Cartoons (HBO Max), Love Life (HBO Max), Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. -- Philiana NgBrave New World (Peacock)After two TV movies in the 1980s and '90s, Aldous Huxleys novel finally gets the proper TV treatment with a star-studded series.
Jason Momoa Lets a Bear Eat an Oreo From His Mouth: 'The Things We Do For Art'
The 40-year-old actor took to Instagram, revealing just how far he went for his new Apple TV+ series, See. The video shows the former Game of Thrones star preparing for a fight with a Kodiak bear by letting it eat a Golden Oreo from his mouth. Please watch on Apple TV+. See is now streaming on Apple TV+. For more on Momoa, watch his latest interview with ET in the video below!
Apple's long-awaited TV service launches here's everything you need to know about it
Apple's long-awaited streaming video service went live early on Friday morning. Apple TV+ is a $4.99-per-month service featuring original TV shows and movies bankrolled by Apple. Apple is also streaming its shows on its website for people using Safari, Firefox or Chrome browsers. In a sign of how important the Apple TV+ launch is for the company, it held one of its famous launch events this spring centered around the service and no hardware or gadgets were launched. Apple has also reportedly spent billions on content for the service, including signing up celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston to act in and produce original shows.cnbc.com
Apple TV+ is coming. Here's everything you need to know
Actors Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston speak during an Apple product launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on March 25, 2019, in Cupertino, California. Apple TV+, the company's long awaited streaming service, launches on Friday in more than 100 countries. The launch of Apple TV+ is a big moment for the company and for its CEO Tim Cook. Apple TV+ costs $4.99 a month, and it's free for a year with the purchase of a new iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or Apple TV. Winfrey said earlier this year that the Apple platform allows her "to do what I do in a whole new way."
Hailee Steinfeld Opens Up About the 'Learning Curve' as an Executive Producer on '
The actress is serving as an executive producer for the first time on her new TV project, Apple TV+'s Dickinson, and says the experience has been an "honor." "[It's been] a true learning curve and experience, but something I really love," she told ET's Rachel Smith at the show's Los Angeles premiere on Thursday. I am just so excited for the world to see this show on Apple TV+." On Dickinson, Steinfeld, 22, stars as the titular scribe Emily Dickinson, though the series puts a modern spin on the famed writer's life in New England in the late 1800s. Dickinsondoes, in fact, premiere Nov. 1 on Apple TV+.
Here's what you may have missed at Apple's big event
(CNN) - IPhone sales are in a slump, Apple knew it needed to drum up excitement at its iPhone 11 event Tuesday. But it did still introduce new iPhoneIn fact, it introduced three: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The company will not, however, be able to access any health data that directly identifies the user, said Sumbal Desai, vice president of Apple Health. And another key Apple Watch updateWith the new Apple Watch Series 5, it will be easier to check the time during a meeting without your boss noticing. As expected, Apple did not launch a 5G phone at Tuesday's event.