Land of Women

Eva Longoria has been cast in the upcoming dramedy Land of Women on Apple TV+. The drama is based on the bestselling novel by Sandra Barneda and will feature Longoria opposite Carmen Maura. Longoria will star as the mother of the title character. The series will consist of six episodes and will be shot in both Spanish and English. The actress is currently in post-production on a biopic.

The six-episode dramedy is inspired by the novel by Sandra Barneda. Eva Longoria and Carmen Maura executive produce. The series was created by Ramon Campos and Gema R. Neira. Longoria will star as Gala and Carmen Maura will play her mother Julia. The show is being produced by UnbeliEVAble Entertainment and is set for a mid-2020 release.

The drama is the first Spanish-language production to hit the streaming platform. Eva Longoria will star in the film and executive produce it. It follows a woman whose husband has gotten into trouble with the law. The film will be shot in both English and Spanish and will be available in both languages. Longoria's previous TV roles include Desperate Housewives and Empire, and she will be next seen in Eva Longoria: Searching For Mexico.


You can catch the world premiere of "Causeway" on Apple TV+ later this year. It is a compelling, intimate portrait of a soldier's life, and stars Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence. To learn more about the film, click the title below. The film is also available in theaters, and will be released on Apple TV in the U.S. and worldwide later this year. Apple has also explained the release date and how it will be shown on the Apple TV platform.

This is the third project that Jennifer Lawrence is working on for Apple's streaming service. "Coda" was bought for a record $25 million during the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win the best picture. It also went on to win several Oscars, including Best Picture. In addition, you can watch "Raymond & Ray" starring Ewan McGregor and Will Ferrell, "Spirited" starring Ryan Reynolds and Octavia Spencer, and "Killers of the Flower Moon" starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence.

If you're looking for more content to watch, Apple's streaming service has plenty to offer. Causeway, starring Jennifer Lawrence, will be released on Apple TV + simultaneously with its theatrical release. Causeway will be available on Apple TV + and in theaters, which is great news for fans of the star. While you're waiting for the movie to hit the theaters, you can catch the trailer by visiting the Apple TV+ website.

Lessons in Chemistry

One of the new movies coming to Apple TV+ is Lessons in Chemistry. Based on a popular novel by Bonnie Garmus, Lessons in Chemistry will star Brie Larson. Susannah Grant is the writer, and Jason Bateman executive produces. The story follows a young woman named Elizabeth Zott, who is fired from her job and becomes pregnant. As she tries to save her daughter's life, she discovers she's pregnant. When she gives birth to her first child, she finds herself unable to do the things she loves, and she craves a return to science.

Brie Larson will star in Lessons in Chemistry, an upcoming drama from Apple TV+. The show will be based on Bonnie Garbus' upcoming debut novel of the same name. It will be produced by Apple Studios, and it'll be written by Grant. Other executive producers include Jason Bateman and Susannah Grant, the writer of Erin Brockovich. The new series will premiere in 2023.

Brie Larson has executive produced Lessons In Chemistry, an upcoming drama series from Apple TV+. The series stars Brie Larson, Lewis Pullman, Aja Naomi King, Stephanie Koenig, Patrick Walker, Thomas Mann, and Kevin Susan. The film will premiere globally on Apple TV+ in 2023. Despite the positive reviews, the series is unlikely to be a blockbuster.

'Dear' docuseries

The 'Dear' docuseries is an amazing collection of letters written by trailblazing leaders who are inspiring others to make their mark in the world. It features acclaimed leaders such as Oprah Winfrey, Gloria Steinem, Spike Lee, Yara Shahidi, Aly Raisman, and Misty Copeland. These inspiring letters inspired people to become college president, launch a movement, or break through racial and gender boundaries.

The first season of the Dear... docuseries will consist of ten episodes. The show will highlight the lives of ten different celebrities, and it will likely follow Spike Lee's format. Episodes will detail the subject's childhood, early education, and most defining achievements. The show's debut episode is particularly pertinent with all the demonstrations that have erupted over the murder of George Floyd. The director of the show, R.J. Cutler, keeps the show from lurching into over-the-top celebrity worship.

The second season of the Dear... docuseries is expected to feature influential figures such as athletes and leaders. In the new season, viewers will get to know these individuals better through letters written to them. This season will feature Andre Leon Talley, the former creative director of Vogue, who teamed up with Cutler for the documentary 'The September Issue.' Similarly, Viola Davis, the actress and activist Malala Yousafzai, and former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will appear.


'Physical' is one of the new movies on Apple TV+. The drama is based on a true story of a housewife in the '80s who becomes obsessed with exercise and uses videotape technology to start her own fitness business. The film follows the housewife's transformation from unremarkable enabler to confident fitness guru. While the movie is a dark comedy, it's worth checking out, especially if you enjoy drama.

There's also a limited series on the service called 'Five Days at Memorial.' Based on a novel by Sheri Fink, the show follows the first five days of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. The characters must face life-or-death decisions to help their patients survive. The film premieres on Apple TV+ in 2022. A couple of new movies will be released on the service in 2018.

'Cherry' is a new ABC comedy series starring Murray Bartlett, a charismatic fitness instructor and weight-loss guru. The series is created by Annie Weisman, who serves as its showrunner. Other cast members include Sera Gamble and Alexandra Cunningham. The executive producers of the show include Annie Weisman, John McNamara, and Beck Clements.

'Lisey's Story'

The premiere of 'Lisey's Story,' a new movie from Stephen King and produced by J.J. Abrams, will debut this Friday, June 4, on Apple TV Plus. The movie is an emotional rollercoaster that rewards those who stick with it. New episodes will be released every Friday. In the meantime, you can catch up on the story by downloading the latest episodes of the Netflix original series, "Lisey's Story."

Adapted from the Stephen King novel, "Lisey's Story" follows Lisey Landon (Moore), a grieving widow who loses her beloved husband Scott. A young, brilliant literary agent, Scott Landon's bestselling novels inspired academics and vulnerable fans alike, and after his death, Lisey is left struggling to find herself without her husband. When an unstable superfan, Jim (Danes), attempts to get Lisey to sell Scott's papers, she is forced to make a decision - do she let him ruin her career?

Lisey is not the main character in the movie, but the story of her relationship with Scott is compelling and believable. Lisey is a complicated character, and there are many layers to her personality, including her lack of identity outside of Scott. She lacks a career and no real connection to the outside world. Her friends and family refer to her as "Yoko" or a gold-digger, and her sister's friendship with her husband is strained at best.


Idris Elba's tense thriller drama "Hijack" is heading to Apple TV+. The British actor is executive producing the series and starring in it as hostage negotiator Sam Nelson. Hijack is being developed by Idris Elba's Green Door Pictures and is set to premiere on Apple TV+ later this year. Elba is a huge name in British film and TV and has been in the hit TV show 'Luther' for the past three years.

Hijack will be the first of the new movies to come to Apple TV+, and will be a thriller about a hijacked aircraft. Although the release date is unknown, the cast has signed on to produce multiple shows with the streaming service. Elba's Hijack will star the actor in a leading role, and the company will be responsible for the distribution of the movie. Despite the lack of details, the actor has been busy signing up for several shows with Apple, and more are expected to come soon.

Hijack is a tense thriller with the main character being an airline hostage negotiator. Hijack will follow Idris Elba as he negotiates for the lives of airline passengers during a seven-hour flight to London. Meanwhile, authorities on the ground try to find answers. Hijack will feature Idris Elba in the lead role of Sam Nelson, a seasoned negotiator in the business world. However, his high-risk strategy might prove to be his undoing.