What you need to know
- Apple has landed a new docuseries for Apple TV+.
- The company has inked a four-part docuseries with the creators behind McMillion$.
- According to Deadline, the deal was worth over seven figures.
Apple has landed another high-profile project for its Apple TV+ streaming service. Reported by Deadline, the company has inked a deal for a four-part documentary series with filmmakers Brian Lazarte and James Lee Hernandez, the minds behind the acclaimed docuseries McMillion$. According to sources, the deal was worth more than seven figures.
According to Deadline, the new series will focus on "one of the largest scams in government history", but the exact historical event has not been disclosed.
Apple has continued to invest in documentary films and TV series, just recently hiring the BBC executive behind the popular "Planet Earth" documentary series. Apple TV+ already has a few unscripted productions in its library, including "Beastie Boys Story", "Visible: Out On Television", and "The Elephant Queen".
It is unclear when this latest get for the company will go into production or see a release date.
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