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Apple cancels 'Mr. Corman' and released an interesting behind-the-scenes video about yesterday's episode of 'The Morning Show'

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If you watched 'The Morning Show' last night, then you might find a new behind-the-scenes video released by Apple TV+ interesting. While they delve into the main themes of Friday's episode, one of the more interesting ones was the scene behind the Wuhan train station shoot as the panic of COVID-19 is officially announced.    



Bye-Bye 'Mr. Corman'

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Apple has quickly decided to not order comedy-drama show 'Mr. Corman' for a second season. Friday Apple aired the final episode of season one.


While Mr. Corman premiered Aug. 6 to mostly solid reviews (70% on Rotten Tomatoes) it didn't draw a wide audience on the platform the way other Apple TV+ comedy series have done this past summer, including flagship Ted Lasso, Schmigadoon!, Physical, Mythic Quest and Trying, which have either been renewed or looking good for renewal.


Apple TV+ remains in business with Gordon-Levitt who is executive producing and voicing a lead character in the streamer’s new animated children’s series Wolfboy and the Everything Factory. For more, read the full Deadline report.


The series becomes the second one that Apple TV+ has cancelled, the first being "Little Voice."


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