Apple Picked Up Its First Animated Show Called "Central Park", As Eddy Cue Commented On The Future Content Plans

Apple just picked up its first animated TV series called "Central Park" developed by Loren Bouchard, well-known for the popular cartoon "Bob's Burgers," reports Variety. It will be a musical comedy written by Loren Bouchard and 20th Century Fox, and will producing two season, each have 13 episodes.

"Central Park" is produced by 20th Century Fox and stars Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., Titus Burgess, Kristen Bell, Stanley Tucci, Daveed Diggs, and Kathryn Hahn. The show is said to tell the story of how a family of caretakers who live and work in Central Park in New York City and end up saving the park and the world.

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Speak to original content, Apple's iTunes chief Eddy Cue is at the SXSW conference today, when he said that the company is "all in" for the content plans. " Cue says Apple was after someone who "really knew the business but was also willing to think about it differently." The VP of Apple also said that the money isn't an issue for them.

We're completely all in. Apple isn't going to buy a company like Netflix or Disney, though, because the focus is not quantity, it's quality. You need to have a great story, while also teasing technology that will be a "surprise" to users. [...] We're making big investments, Money isn't an issue.

At present, Apple is in the work for 11 of other shows. These series' release dates are still a ways away so we don't know a lot about each one just yet. What's your thoughts on the matters, do you like to see more shows are coming?

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