'Boys State – Then & Now' asks how the Apple TV+ documentary's stars feel they've changed since it was filmed
What you need to know
- "Boys State" stars have been speaking about how they've changed since the documentary was filmed.
- The documentary saw Texas high school seniors try to build their own government.
- You'll have to watch the documentary to see how that panned out!
Apple TV+ has shared a new video to its YouTube channel in which the stars of the "Boys State" documentary are asked how they feel they've changed and grown since it was filmed in 2018.
Available to stream on Apple TV+ now, "Boys State" saw Texas high school seniors tasked with building their own government. It's an annual week-long program, and the documentary follows it all.
I'd suggest only watching this after checking out the "Boys State" documentary for fear of spoilers. If you've already seen it, dig in!
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