According tomedia Outlet AppleInsider, Apple has provided the first real information about original video content such as DefendJacob and Central Park, and revealed the upcoming Apple TV plus show Surprise Story The release date for Amazing Stories, Home and Trying in early 2020.
The first images of the upcoming Central Park show strong similarities to the artistic style of Bob’s Burgers. Given that “Happy BurgerS” creators Loren Bouchard and Nora Smith are working with Josh Gad, the creator of Ice and Snow, to create and produce Central Park, that makes sense. The show depicts a family, the Tillermans, who struggle to keep their home, Central Park, away from the hotel heiress. The animated musical was produced by 20th Century Fox, and Apple has announced it will air “this summer.”
In addition, Apple has announced a remake of Steven Spielberg’s early TV anthology of NBC’s “Amazing Stories.” Apple announced the show’s broadcast date of March 6, 2020.
Apple also provided more details about its documentary series Homestead, as well as features and more information about the show. The documentary series will premiere on April 17, 2020.
Apple also announced its first foray into British television on Sunday. In the new play Trying, Jason and Nikki, played by Rafe Spall and Esther Smith, try to become parents. The series will premiere on Apple TV on May 1, 2020.
“Defending Jacob” is adapted from a best-selling novel of the same name. The play tells the story of an assistant Massachusetts district attorney investigating the murder of a 14-year-old boy and finding his teenage son a suspect. The show stars Chris Evans and will premiere on Apple TV Plus on April 24, 2020.