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Apple TV+ can afford another season of Loot
July 16th, 2024 under Apple TV+. [ Comments: none ]

Loot is an endearing comedy on Apple TV+ that should not be as good as it is. But it is great, funny and full of heart.

The streaming service knows they have something special with the comedy, which stars Maya Rudolph as a billionaire who donates her money to help others and the people helping her do it, so they picked it up for a third season.

“We are thrilled to come back for a third season,” said Maya Rudolph and Danielle Renfrew Behrens of Banana Split Projects. “We’re extremely fortunate to spend more time with our talented cast and crew. Making this show with Apple TV+ has been a joy, and we can’t wait to reunite with our ‘Loot’ family.”

“With each season, ‘Loot’ continues to deliver joy, laughs and endearing characters for audiences around the world,” said Matt Cherniss, head of programming for Apple TV+. “We are excited to partner with Maya Rudolph, and the entire cast and creative team behind ‘Loot,’ to create even more heartfelt moments with an ensemble of fan-favorite characters in season three.”

If you missed the first two seasons, stream them before season three airs. You will fall in love with it like everyone who watches it.


Palm Royale will be back for season 2
June 6th, 2024 under Apple TV+, Carol Burnett, Ricky Martin. [ Comments: none ]

Apple TV+ has a hit on their hands with Palm Royale, So it would make sense that the streaming service would want more of the comedic retro soap opera. And today, they announced that we will be getting more episodes.

“‘Palm Royale’ has delighted global audiences and we are thrilled that viewers will have the opportunity to spend more time with this highly entertaining, iconic cast, from Kristen Wiig to the incomparable Carol Burnett,” said Matt Cherniss, head of programming for Apple TV+. “We can’t wait for everyone to experience the next brilliantly witty chapter in the lives of the Palm Beach high society set that Abe Sylvia, Kristen, Laura Dern and this incredible team behind the show have brought so vibrantly to life.”

The show is about West Palm Beach high society in 1969. The season finale ended with a bang, so viewers like me can’t wait to find out what happens next.

Although I won’t be watching if Ricky Martin and Carol Burnett are no longer part of the series, they are the best part and the biggest reason to tune in.


For All Mankind will be back and it won’t be alone
April 17th, 2024 under Apple TV+. [ Comments: none ]

Apple TV+ announced today that it picked up For All Mankind for a fifth season. But the good news did not stop there; the streamer is also adding a spinoff that takes it back to the beginning of the alternate timeline.

Star City is a propulsive paranoid thriller that takes us back to the key moment in the alt-history retelling of the space race – when the Soviet Union became the first nation to put a man on the moon. But this time, we explore the story from behind the Iron Curtain, showing the lives of the cosmonauts, the engineers, and the intelligence officers embedded among them in the Soviet space program, and the risks they all took to propel humanity forward.

“Our fascination with the Soviet space program has grown with every season of ‘For All Mankind,’” said executive producers Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi. “The more we learned about this secret city in the forests outside Moscow where the Soviet cosmonauts and engineers worked and lived, the more we wanted to tell this story of the other side of the space race. We could not be more excited to continue building out the alternate history universe of ‘For All Mankind’ with our partners at Apple and Sony.”

So, what can we expect from the mothership? We don’t know yet, but it is going to get a whole lot more interesting as their timeline approaches ours. I’d love to see how the space program would handle COVID. Maybe we all go up to Mars to get away from it? Or perhaps they just never get coronavirus because their timeline is so much more advanced than ours. I mean, Al Gore was their President. Need I say more?


Loot is ready to cash in on its second season
March 7th, 2024 under Apple TV+. [ Comments: none ]

I don’t know about you, but it feels like forever since Loot’s first season ended on Apple TV+.

Guess what? Today, the streaming service announced that the new season will debut on April 3rd with two episodes. Then we will get a new one every Wednesday until May 29th.

If you missed the first season, then here is a quick summary of the endearing show. Maya Rudolph plays a trophy wife whose insanely rich husband dumps her. Then, she decides to give away all of the money she got in the settlement.

There is only one problem: she has never worked a day in her life and doesn’t know how to do anything but be wealthy. So, with the help of Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Nat Faxon, Ron Funches, and Joel Kim Booster, she is going to make the world a better place. No matter how many times they fail.

I usually am not a Rudolph fan, but I love her in this. Loot shouldn’t be as great as it is, but it is! You can’t help but to fall in love with it.

So, if you missed the first season, then you can watch it not on Apple TV+. I promise you will want to hug it as much as I do!


Carol Burnett doesn’t have to say anything to be funny
February 26th, 2024 under Apple TV+, Carol Burnett. [ Comments: none ]

Carol Burnett is 90 years young, and she is still as funny as ever.

Case in point. Here she is starring in Apple TV+’s Palm Royale, which debuts on March 20th. She isn’t saying anything, but she is still making me laugh out loud.

How many comedians can do that as well as her? Not many. And that is why we love her so much.


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