Apple to adapt bestseller “City on Fire” for Apple TV + with creator OC and Gossip Girl

One of Apple’s digital services with the greatest projection is Apple TV +, the streaming video service. An Apple TV + with somewhat rare content to compete with big names like Netflix or HBO. Gradually, it acquired more quality content, which caused many users to go through the hoop and subscribe to the service. Of course, it is true that many have taken advantage of the free trial period, but will they continue with the subscription? Apple TV +

keep developing the content, and now They just got the rights to the bestseller “City of Fire”. Read on as we give you all the details of the adaptation …

And best of all is that surely the series he has in his curriculum Josh Schwartz, futuro creator of City on Fire: The OC, Gossip Girl, o Chuck. With City on Fire we will have eight mysterious episodes in which a Student of New York University was shot dead in Central Park on July 4, without witnesses or physical evidence …

In “City on Fire”, a New York University student was shot dead in Central Park on July 4, 2003. Samantha Cicciaro is alone; there are no witnesses and very little physical evidence. The group of her friends play at her favorite downtown club, but she leaves to meet someone and vows to come back. She never does. As the crime against Samantha is investigated, it is revealed that she is the crucial link between a series of mysterious fires across the city, the downtown music scene and a wealthy estate family from the chic quarters crumbling under the hood. keep.

We’ll let you know when it’s available on Apple TV +, there is no date but it should not be long. The argument is very good and this will surely help Apple get the boost it needs to get more users to subscribe to Apple TV +. And you, will you continue to pay for Apple TV + after its trial period?



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