What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has announced Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson, a new six-part docuseries.
- The series will premiere exclusively on Apple TV+ on July 30, 2021.
Mark Ronson, the famed artist and producer, is coming to Apple TV+ with a new docuseries about the technology that has shaped the music industry.
The company has announced that Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson, a new six-part documentary series, will premiere on Apple TV+ on July 30, 2021.
The series will pit Ronson on a quest to understand where the sound we hear in popular songs came from. The series will feature interviews with artists like Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, and Questlove.
If you're wondering what the best way to watch the upcoming documentary series is, check out our list of the Best Apple TV in 2021.
Apple TV+ had a busy day today. The company also announced Black & Blues: The Colorful Ballad of Louis Armstrong, a new documentary about the music legend that will be told through his own words.
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