Apple TV announces docuseries ‘Dear…’ featuring Oprah, Stevie Wonder, more

Apple on Friday announced, “Dear” a new documentary series produced by R. J. Cutler that will take a deeper look into the lives of iconic figures such as Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Wonder, journalist Gloria Steinem, the gymnast, Aly Raisman, and more.

In accordance with a quick overview from the series “the Lady” draws inspiration from the company’s “Sweet Apple” ads, which are equipped with a customer to read the written testimonials about Apple’s products.

Such as the “Little Apple,” in the letters, which are the focus tends to be on the life-changing events, such as the Apple Watch, the discovery of a heart condition, or your iPhone to automatically call the emergency services after a car accident, the upcoming show will be the characters used to paint a picture of the internationally recognized authorities.” Along with the Amazing, Surprising, Steinem, and Raisman, a 10-part series of profiles on Spike Lee, Lin-Manuel, Miranda, model, and activist, Yara Shahidi, ballet dancer, Misty Copeland, and Big Bird.

Cutler, an Emmy and a Peabody Award winner, will be executive producing the project Products. The documentary filmmaker was known for the Anna Wintour profile in The September Issue,” and, most recently, worked on “the Untitled Billy Eilish Truth,” which is expected to debut as an Apple TV+ an exclusive for later this year.

Todd Lubin, Jay Peterson, and Jane Cha and Lyle Gamm, are also listed as executive producers, with Matador Content, and Cutler Productions, to be produced.