What you need to know
- Apple TV+ show Little America is getting a podcast.
- That's been confirmed by the show's executive producer, Lee Eisenberg.
- It follows reports that Apple may be planning to create original podcast content based on its Apple TV+ shows.
Executive Producer of Apple TV+'s latest show Little America, Lee Eisenberg has confirmed that a podcast is being created based on the show's content.
In an interview with Forbes Eisenberg discussed many facets of the show and working with Apple on its TV+ project.
According to the report, Eisenberg said:
The report follows news that Apple might be planning to create original podcast content based on its Apple TV+ shows to promote the service.
That report from Bloomberg stated:
Eisenberg's interview seems to confirm that at least for Little America, a podcast is definitely in the works.
The interview also included Kumail Nanjiani, another exec producer for the show, who said that they pitched the idea of Little America to plenty of outlets, many of whom were hesitant about the show:
Eventually, he says they went with Apple because "they seemed extremely passionate about it and they said they would trust us, let us make the show we wanted to make, and they would support it."
You can read the full interview at Forbes.
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