What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared a trailer for the upcoming Apple Original podcast Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy.
- The first two episodes of the podcast will debut on January 12.
- A new episode will air weekly.
Apple TV+ has shared a new trailer for the upcoming podcast Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy ahead of its debut on January 12, 2022. The podcast will focus on the famous magicians and that infamous tiger attack.
Apple made the announcement via a press release, saying that the first two episodes of the new podcast will debut on January 12 with a new episode being released every week after that. The show will run for eight episodes in total.
Written and narrated by journalist and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Steven Leckart, Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy is one of a growing number of Apple Original podcasts that can be streamed in the Apple Podcasts app. No Apple TV+ subscription is required, despite the awkward branding.
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