News: Apple looking to TV-MA content in talks to adapt gritty Israeli drama for U.S. audience

Apple may be taking its first steps to move away from the family friendly content that it was originally reported to be focusing on, with a new report from CNBC indicating that the company is now in a bidding war to acquire the violent Israeli drama “Nevelot” (“Bastards”). The show …

News: Apple partnering with Oscar-winning studio A24 for movie production

With several TV productions already ongoing, Apple now appears to be making its first big move into film production through a deal with the Oscar-winning indie studio A24, Variety reports. Apple noted that the partnership is a “multiyear agreement” that will involve multiple films, but was vague on other details …

News: Report: Apple’s plans for original video productions to be free to Apple TV, iOS users

A new report from CNBC yesterday reveals that Apple may actually be planning to give away much of its original content for free to its customers through the Apple TV and iOS “TV” app. Citing people familiar with the matter, the report notes that the service will be found in …

News: Apple continues to stand its ground on producing family friendly video content

A new report from the Wall Street Journal provides some more insight into Apple’s ambitions for keeping its original video content as “family friendly” as possible. It was reported last year that Apple has aims to steer clear of the “edgier” content typically seen in many of the original shows …

News: Chris Evans returning to TV to star in new Apple drama series

Chris Evans has signed on for a new limited Apple drama series, “Defending Jacob,” Variety reports. The actor behind “Captain America” will reportedly both star in and executive product the new series, which will be based on a 2012 best-selling novel by William Landay, which chronicles the life of a …