Since the beginning, Apple TV+ has been serving up award-winning shows and films packed with star power — Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Jen Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Tom Hanks to name a few. Basically, everyone but John Hamm. Now, the former Mad Men is calling out the streaming giant in a new campaign.
Almost two years ago, the world was introduced to Joe Exotic Carole Baskins. Now, the dueling zoo owners are the subject of an upcoming Peacock series. The show is based on the 2020 Wondery podcast and spoofs the real-life feud with a scripted reenactment of the events. Starring Kate McKinnon and John Cameron Mitchell as the cat crazy rivals, Joe vs Carole will begin streaming on March 2, 2022.
After 15 years, James Bond will go continue on — but Daniel Craig's tenure as the world's most famous secret agent is over. Craig has parked the Aston Martin and turned in his gadgets for civilian life after five films as 007, the longest-running actor to have played the role. Being James Bond amasses unreleased archival footage from Casino Royale to No Time to Die for an in-depth retrospective of Craig's turn as James Bond.
Following up his role as the Gucci patriarch and a vampire superhero, Jared Leto transforms once again for the upcoming Apple TV+ series. Based on the podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork by Wondery, the eight-part miniseries follows the demise of Israeli businessman and Wework co-founder Adam Neumann. Also starring Anne Hathaway, WeCrashed will begin streaming on March 18, 2022.
Moon Knight has become the latest Marvel superhero to make the jump from the pages to the screens. The origins of the comic book character will be the subject of an upcoming live-action series with Oscar Isaac portraying former Marine turned crimefighter, Marc Spector. Also starring Ethan Hawk, Moon Night will begin streaming on Disney+ on March 30, 2022.
Based on the novel of the same name, Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber relives the founding of the popular rideshare app and the rise and fall of its former CEO Travis Kalanick. The series stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Uma Thurman, and Kyle Chandler, and will premiere on Showtime on February 27, 2022.