Apple TV+ lands 'My Kind of Country' music competition series
What you need to know
- Apple has ordered a new music competition series.
- "My Kind of Country" will search globally for the next country music star.
- This will be the first music competition series to hit Apple TV+.
Apple is bringing its first music competition series to Apple TV+.
Announced in a press release (opens in new tab), Apple has ordered "My Kind of Country," a music competition series that will span the globe for "unconventional and extraordinary country music talent."
The series will reportedly be shot as a hybrid between documentary of what we expect to see from music competition shows.
The series will be produced by Jason Owen, Emmy Award nominee Izzie Pick Ibarra, and Hello Sunshine, Reese Witherspoon's production company. Emmy Award-nominated Adam Blackstone has been hired as the musical director of the series, which will be executive produced by Done + Dusted.
The series will premiere globally on Apple TV+ but a release date is not yet known.
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