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Beyond "Manhunt," an Apple TV+ series about President Lincoln's assassination, Apple announces "Lincoln's Dilemma" a new documentary

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On January fifth Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple TV+ Orders a Limited Series titled "Manhunt" which covers the events leading up to President Lincoln's Assassination and more." If that wasn't enough, Apple TV+ today announced a new four-part documentary series "Lincoln’s Dilemma," a fresh exploration of President Lincoln and the complex journey to end slavery.

 

Narrated by Jeffrey Wright and featuring the voices of Bill Camp as Abraham Lincoln and Leslie Odom Jr. as Frederick Douglass, the series is a 21st century examination of a complicated man and the people and events that shaped his evolving stance on slavery. All four parts of “Lincoln’s Dilemma” will premiere globally on Friday, February 18 on Apple TV+.

 

Based on acclaimed historian David S. Reynolds’ award-winning book, “Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times,” the series features insights from a diverse range of journalists, educators and Lincoln scholars, as well as rare archival materials, that offer a more nuanced look into the man dubbed the Great Emancipator. Set against the background of the Civil War, “Lincoln’s Dilemma” also gives voice to the narratives of enslaved people, shaping a more complete view of an America divided over issues including economy, race and humanity, and underscoring Lincoln’s battle to save the country, no matter the cost.

 

“Lincoln’s Dilemma” is produced by Eden Productions and Kunhardt Films. Executive producers are Peter Kunhardt, Teddy Kunhardt, George Kunhardt, Josh Tyrangiel, Richard Plepler, Jacqueline Olive, Barak Goodman and Jelani Cobb. Olive and Goodman direct the series.

 

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