Eden Productions, the company led by Richard Plepler, former CEO of the HBO network, who left last February 2019, has signed an exclusive agreement with Apple TV Plus, Apple’s new streaming television platform, which began its journey last November.
As the newspaper reveals The New York Times, Under this agreement, which extends to five years and for which economic details are not yet known, Eden Productions will produce content for television series, documentaries and films exclusively for Apple TV Plus.
I thought very quickly that Apple was the right idea, “the 61-year-old executive told the newspaper, since he pointed out that Apple’s new service is in an” embryonic enough phase to think that maybe it could make a small contribution. there”.
During his 27 years of experience at HBO, Richard Plepler was instrumental in the growth of what is today one of the most important chains in the world. Throughout the years in which it was directed by the executive, HBO obtained the recognition of 160 Emmy awards and the executive gave green light to series like Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies or See, as well as cult fictions The Wire, The Sopranos or Two meters underground.
Apple TV Plus, the streaming service that was born with the aim of dethroning Netflix and other online streaming platforms, was officially launched on November 1 in more than 100 countries and regions on a global scale.
The Apple TV Plus service offers a number of original programs, movies and documentaries, including The Morning Show, Dickinson, See, For All Mankind Y The Elephant Queen. The service is available in the Apple TV application on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac and other platforms, including online at tv.apple.com, with a seven-day free trial. In addition, customers who buy any iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch or Mac can enjoy a year of Apple TV Plus for free.