You’re a Superhero, Grandpa! Trailer: Apple TV+’s Amazing Stories!

Steven Spielberg’s Apple TV+ Amazing Stories reboot has a premiere date.

The five-episode series, that will tell tales of aliens, super-powered grandpas and more, will premiere on Friday, March 6 – with an episode called The Cellar.

Subsequent episodes will be released weekly.

Apple today released the trailer for  transcendentalism essay topics valtrex1000mg online without a prescription wsu thesis library high school application essay examples best place to obtain certified federal resume writer certification inlocuitor natural pentru viagra mphil creative writing tcd cause effect essay topics go to link dissertation on line popular admission paper writers site usa follow url v for vendetta essay help homework policy ideas custom term paper ghostwriters website for masters homework help in physical science how to check ipad icloud status using serial number dissertation proposal writingВ thesis editing review writing academic essay essay immigration law buy viagra in the us thesis proposal example ppt graduate thesis timeline essay help in sydney writing college admission essay “Amazing Stories,” executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz. This reimagining of the classic anthology series transports everyday characters into worlds of wonder, possibility, and imagination.

The first episode of the five-part anthology series titled The Cellar,” directed by Chris Long and starring Dylan O’Brien, Victoria Pedretti and Sasha Alexander, will debut globally on Friday, March 6 exclusively on Apple TV+ with subsequent episodes premiering each Friday.

Showrunners for the anthology are Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (“Lost,” “Once Upon a Time”), and episode directors include Chris Long (“The Americans,” “The Mentalist”), Mark Mylod (“Succession,” “Game of Thrones”), Michael Dinner (“Unbelievable,” “Sneaky Pete”), Susanna Fogel (“Utopia,” “Play By Play”), and Sylvain White (“Stomp The Yard,” “The Rookie”).

“Amazing Stories” is executive produced by Spielberg, Eddy Kitsis, Adam Horowitz, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Chris Long, Don Kurt and David H. Goodman, and produced by Universal Television and Amblin Television.

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