Apple TV+ promotes 'Central Park' season two with new sing-along video
What you need to know
- Apple continues to promote the second season of Central Park, its popular musical show.
- Season two premiered on June 25.
Apple TV+ has again promoted its musical comedy Central Park with an equally musical YouTube video. Titled "Pour Poor Me More Please," the video is a sing along party for anyone who would like to join in.
Central Park has been nominated for various awards over the last year and has proven popular thanks to its blend of music and comedy. The show's second season was very much anticipated by its fans.
Check out the new video and do your best not to join in the singing. I bet you can't do it.
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