“Greatness Code” is the new series of docuseries that Apple has just announced and which will bring together a large group of sports stars. This new series will include several chapters, each dedicated to an athlete, and it will be released on Apple TV + very soon. Good idea to see the popularity of Michael Jordan’s documentary “The Last Dance” on Netflix.
The first season completes with athlete stories like LeBron James, Tom Brady, Alex Morgan, Shaun White ou Usain Bolt, airs worldwide on July 10 on Apple TV + as the Cupertino company has just announced. It appears that Apple is very happy with current Apple TV + documentaries such as “Beastie Boys Story”, “Home” and “Visible” and is now heavily involved in sports series with “Greatness Code”. This series is produced by Uninterrupted and Religion of Sports and directed by filmmaker Gotham Chopra.
“Greatness Code”, the Apple TV + sports documentary
Apple presents itself with this new series in the world of sport with stories and interviews about very important athletes in the world.
« ‘Greatness Code ‘is an abridged, unscripted series that highlights untold stories of the world’s best athletes. The first season unfolds in seven mini episodes, each examining a pivotal moment that defined an athlete’s career.«
The first season will count the stories of 7 athletes, but it is possible that in the future we will have a second season with new athletes. Here are the chapters that you will be able to enjoy very soon on Apple TV + of “Greatness Code”:
- James Lebron: Quadruple NBA player par excellence, triple NBA champion and double Olympic gold medalist.
- Tom Brady: Six-time Super Bowl champion and quadruple Super Bowl MVP.
- Alex Morgan: Olympic Gold Medalist and Co-Captain of the U.S. National Women’s Football Team
- Shaun blanc: Olympic gold medalist in snowboarding.
- Usain Bolt: the fastest man in the world and eight times Olympic champion.
- Katie ledecky: five-time Olympic gold medalist and 15-time world swimming champion.
- Kelly Slater: 11 times world surfer champion.
Apple continues to strive to improve Apple TV + content so that your platform gradually becomes an excellent alternative. It’s been a pretty busy week around the company’s plans with Apple TV + and we know there are discussions to purchase older series and movies that will be added to the catalog to join Apple’s original productions. We’ve also learned that Tom Hanks’ latest film Greyhound will also be streaming exclusively on the Apple platform very soon.
Apple TV + currently has over 30 original productions, between series, films and documentaries, at the price of 4.99 euros per month. You can also try it out for a week completely free and you’ll get a year of Apple TV + when you buy an Apple device that lets you watch it. Little by little the catalog grows, remember that it’s only been 6 months since its launch, and we’ll likely have a lot more content when Apple TV + hits the market one year.