Apple’s latest television series Little America has begun streaming around the world.
Little America, which has received rave reviews from critics, is an anthology, telling “funny, romantic, heartfelt and surprising stories” stories of immigrants living in the United States.
The show was inspired by stories featured in Epic Magazine and comes from the Emmy Award-nominated Lee Eisenberg, Academy Award nominees Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, and Emmy Award winner Alan Yang, who all worked together on the series.
The first season of eight episodes debuted over the weekend around the world, and Apple has confirmed that it has commissioned a second season following overwhelming acclaim.
Speaking of the new series, Zack Van Amburg, Apple’s head of Worldwide Video, said: “‘Little America’ celebrates stories that are universally human, emotional and inspiring — it represents exactly what we’re building at Apple TV+.
“Each episode of ‘Little America’ spotlights a beautiful experience from a different part of the world, and we hope it resonates with people everywhere.”
Jamie Erlicht, Apple’s head of Worldwide Video, added: “Lee, Kumail, Emily and the entire team behind ‘Little America’ have created a special, one-of-a-kind series that embraces stories of hope and triumph.
We’re looking forward to sharing this series with Apple TV+ audiences around the world and bringing them even more meaningful, unique stories this year and beyond.”
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