What you need to know
- Apple has landed The Jet, a new docuseries from James Lee Hernandez and Brian Lazarte.
- The series will tell the story of the 1990s Pepsi documentary where the company dared people to collect 7 million Pepsi Points in exchange for a Harrier jet.
Apple TV+ has landed The Jet, a docuseries that takes an in-depth look at one of the craziest advertising campaigns ever launched.
As reported by Deadline, the series chronicles the Pepsi campaign from the 1990s that would supposedly win someone a military Harrier jet in exchange for 7 million Pepsi Points. James Lee Hernandez and Brian Lazarte are behind the new series, who are best known for their McMillions docuseries about the McDonald's Monopoly game that earned them an Emmy nomination.
You can check out the commercial that inspired the docuseries below:
Hernandez and Lazarte will both direct and executive produce the series, adding to Apple's growing list of documentary series and films on its streaming platform.
It is currently unclear when the series will make its debut on Apple TV+.
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