Apple wants to expand its reach from Silicon Valley to Hollywood. The tech giant is expected to launch a Netflix-like streaming service during its March 25 special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The debut is a cornerstone of Apple’s new focus on broadening its subscription services businesses to compensate for the sometimes uneven hardware cycle. For that reason, Apple has reportedly poured $1 billion into its own batch of original serial dramas, reality TV shows, and even a few films. A-list celebrities and top directors populate fill its new roster, which will run the gamut from comedies featuring stars like Steve Carell to a new suspense series directed by M. Night Shyamalan.... Apple Streaming Service: Likely Channels, New Series, and Available Shows
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