Season 2 picks up with our lead, Baba Voss (Momoa), who fights to keep his family out of the war brewing on the horizon. The situation becomes more complicated when his estranged brother, Edo (Bautista), arrives on the scene seemingly intent on making Baba suffer — and having a personal hand in taking away everything his brother loves. Additionally, with the rise of sighted children being born, it appears that those who have vision might end up having the power. –Collider.com
Säsong 2 av See har premiär på Apple TV+ den 27 augusti.
I ett pressmeddelande beskriver man det som väntar som ”en intim djupdykning i en extraordinär tonårings resa, när hon som sjuttonåring ska navigera livet på resande fot, på scen och hemma med sin familj samtidigt som hon skriver, spelar in och ger ut debutalbumet ”WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”. –Expressen.se
Dokumentärfilmen Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry har premiär på Apple TV+ den 26 februari.
For All Mankind season two picks up a decade later in 1983. It’s the height of the Cold War and tensions between the United States and the USSR are at their peak. Ronald Reagan is president and the greater ambitions of science and space exploration are at threat of being squandered as the US and Soviets go head-to-head to control sites rich in resources on the moon. –Fandom.com
Säsong 2 av For All Mankind har premiär den 19 februari på Apple TV+
The film is about Eddie Palmer (Timberlake), a former college football star, who saw his professional career shattered after he was imprisoned. He returns to his hometown after spending time in prison only to find trouble hounding him from his past. He then forms an unlikely friendship with a boy who was abandoned by his mother. While caring for him, Eddie also meets and starts a relationship with Maggie (Wainwright), a teacher. –Wikipedia
After a first season that re-imagined Dickinson’s artistic ascension, creator Alena Smith revealed season 2 will explore the writer’s position on fame. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter she discussed how the series would dissect why much of the late poet’s work was written in secret and not published until after her death. ”Season 1 gives one answer, which is it was a patriarchy and her father was opposed to women publishing. Season 2 is going to completely turn that on its head or inside out and give a very different answer, which is that Emily herself had a deeply ambivalent relationship to fame,” Smith explained. ”Season 2 is really all about fame and the attention economy, which was a central concern in Emily Dickinson’s poems. She wrote many, many poems about fame and about running from fame or rejecting fame. But she definitely had an obsession about fame even if she was subverting it.” –Elle.com
Säsong 2 av Dickinson har premiär den 8 janurai på Apple TV+