What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has landed the new documentary "Fireball".
- The film is directed by Werner Herzog and professor Clive Oppenheimer.
- "Fireball" focused on how shooting stars have shaped our imagination.
Apple has announced in a press release on the Apple TV+ Press website that it has partnered with Werner Herzog and professor Clive Oppenheimer on "Fireball," a new documentary that will premiere globally.
"Fireball" will take the audience on a journey to understand how shooting stars and other major events in the cosmos have shaped the human imagination for centuries.
The film is produced by Spring Films, which has netted Emmy, BAFTA, and Peabody awards.
"Fireball" is one of the many documentaries to hit Apple TV+ including "Boys State," "Visible: Out On Television," and "The Elephant Queen."
Apple has not yet announced when the film will begin streaming on its service.
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