Almost a year after Oprah Winfrey signed a multi-year deal with Apple for original content, she took the stage at Apple’s Steve Jobs Theater to reveal the first projects she has been working on. They include two documentaries: Toxic Labor, about workplace harassment, and a yet-untitled multi-part series focusing on mental health. Additionally, Winfrey announced that she is partnering with Apple for “building the biggest, most vibrant, most stimulating book club on the planet.” Book club has always been a big part of the Oprah brand, with her picks often translating to bestseller status.
Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn are headed to Netflix in a new horror series.
Two years after Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” became a box-office sensation, his follow-up, “Us,” debuted with $70.3 million in ticket sales over the weekend.
The “Roseanne” spin-off “The Conners” officially received a second season order from ABC. “The Conners” was a solid performer for ABC in its freshman season, averaging 9.5 million viewers and coming in as the season’s No. 1 new comedy.
Netflix showed viewers a new way of getting involved with a series with Black Mirror’s interactive spin-off series, Bandersnatch which allowed viewers to choose their own adventure in the life of the main character.