This week on Apple TV: the adaptation of a debut film arrives and Uma Thurman confirms its arrival in the catalog

It’s already Friday, and that means it’s time to resume our Weekly roundup of news about Apple TV+ content. We have premieres and news about future shoots that can entertain us all these weekends in which the Omicron variant secludes us at home.

Tragedies, renewals and a new series with Uma Thurman

Apple TV+ premiere of the week is ‘Macbeth‘, a new version of the immortal work by Joel Coen. Our colleagues from Espinof have already seen it and qualify it as one of the first jewels of this year.

Another official announcement is that of ‘suspects‘, a thriller starring Uma Thurman which will be released on February 4. The actress plays a businesswoman whose daughter is kidnapped in Turkey, with eight episodes ahead for her to try to solve the mess.

Perhaps my favorite news today is that a third season of ‘The Morning Show’, one of the best series on Apple TV + by far. We will see Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon again come out of the pandemic that devastated all the characters in season 2.

The Hollywood Reporter brings us the news for a more distant future: there will be a biopic of Audrey Hepburn in film form. The script will be for Michael Mitnick, and the actress who will play Audrey will be Rooney Mara. There is no set date yet for the start of filming.

Remember that there are other recent news available on Apple TV +, such as the new movie ‘El Canto del Cisne’ and ‘Supersorda’, a children’s series.

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