The Lost in Translation collaborators team up for first production under A24/Apple deal.
Charles M. Schulz’s Midwestern pals are heading to their new streaming platform.
The pop singer was joined by Norman Fucking Rockwell producer Jack Antonoff.
The upcoming production will air on Apple’s yet-to-be-released streaming platform.
The TV app and its original content will come pre-installed on Apple devices.
Apple is also tinkering with planned content from Whitney Cummings, M. Night Shyamalan, Jennifer Aniston, and Reese Witherspoon.
The company will also discontinue iPhone models that still have traditional headphone jacks.
The far-right conspiracy theorist has also been banned by Facebook and YouTube.
Jessie Nelson, who wrote the book for the Broadway hit Waitress, is also involved in 10-episode series.
Like Spotify, the platforms have chosen to remove the singer’s music from its featured playlists.
The Guns N’ Roses frontman tweeted the comparison without any further context.
The song features in a new Apple ad directed by Spike Jonze and starring FKA twigs.