Apple TV+ Releases the Trailers for both their High-Octane Thriller 'Highjack' and Season Three of 'The Snoopy Show'
This morning Apple TV+ unveiled he trailer for “Hijack,” the upcoming, high-octane thriller starring and executive produced by SAG Award winner and Emmy Award nominee Idris Elba ("Luther"). "Hijack" takes flight on Apple TV+ on Wednesday, June 28, 2023, with the first two episodes, followed by one new weekly episodes every Wednesday.
For those who prefer to Binge-Watch a great series, you'll be able to watch 'Highjack' in full beginning on August 2, 2023.
Told in real time, “Hijack” is a tense thriller that follows the journey of a hijacked plane as it makes its way to London over a seven-hour flight, and authorities on the ground scramble for answers. Elba will star as Sam Nelson, an accomplished negotiator in the business world who needs to step up and use all his guile to try and save the lives of the passengers — but, his high-risk strategy could be his undoing. Panjabi will play the role of Zahra Gahfoor, a counterterrorism officer who is on the ground when the plane is hijacked and becomes part of the investigation.
Apple TV+ Debuts the Trailer for Season Three of beloved kids and family series "The Snoopy Show"
Apple TV+ has also released the trailer for season three of the original Peanuts series “The Snoopy Show,” premiering all 12 episodes globally on Friday, June 9. The world’s most famous beagle is back again for his close-up! Dig into new adventures with Snoopy, along with his best pal, Woodstock, and the rest of the Peanuts gang.
WildBrain and Apple TV+ also announced two more Peanuts originals “Camp Snoopy,” a new series featuring Snoopy and the Beagle Scouts along with Charlie Brown and friends as they enjoy an adventure-filled summer outdoors, plus the charming new “Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin” special uncovering the origin story of one of Peanuts’ most treasured characters and how he ultimately makes friends with Charlie Brown and the gang.
Side Note: Why oh why does Apple release all episodes for kids programming and most documentaries and leaves adult dramas on a TV network like schedule weekly. In my opinion, it's the worst attribute of Apple TV+.
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