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Kate Hudson is joining the cast of the Apple TV+ Series 'Truth be Told,' the first trailer for 'Fireball' is released & Springsteen Wimps Out

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Finally there's news on Season 2 of the Apple TV+ series 'Truth be Told.' Firstly, it's set to begin production in Los Angeles on October 26. Secondly, Apple has reportedly added a little star power for the series by signing on Kate Hudson.


Hudson will play Micah Keith, a lifestyle guru and longtime friend of Poppy Parnell (Spencer), as a new case that deeply involves both women unfolds and quickly puts their relationship to the ultimate test.


Hudson played in the 2016 film 'Deepwater Horizon' with Mark Wahlberg and in Marshall opposite Chadwick Boseman and Sterling K. Brown. ‎ On television, Hudson recurred on the fourth season of Fox’s Glee.


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Created by Nichelle Tramble Spellman and produced by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine, Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content, Truth Be Told is a quasi-anthology series in the vein of USA drama The Sinner.


Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds


In late July Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple TV+ has Acquired the Rights to the Original Astronomy Documentary 'Fireball.' Apple has now released its first official Apple TV+ Trailer that plays up the mystical edge of meteorite landings on earth.


This documentary is certainly not for everyone. However, if focusing on the human imagination on other realms and worlds interests you, then you'll be in for a treat.



Bruce Springsteen Threatens to Leave U.S.


The man who originally wrote music for all the world to hear and enjoy when he was a young man won him the branding of "The Boss." Now he's older, political and willing to alienate perhaps as much as half his fan base.


Last week Springsteen stated in an interview that he’d be 'on the next plane' to Australia if Trump wins reelection. Sadly he's gone from being "The Boss "to being "The Wimp."  I've  personally been a fan of Springsteen for decades and I find his cowardice so disappointing.  


It reminds me of Alec Baldwin threatening to move to Canada if Presidential candidate Bush were to win the election years back. Bush won and Baldwin stayed in the U.S. Why do celebrities believe that their threat of leaving the country is some kind of meaningful statement? It simply highlights their weak character.


A Springsteen documentary arrives on Apple TV+ next Friday. 


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