Like some of its competitors in the world of streaming, Apple has chosen to open up to original creations shot in countries other than the United States. The Californian giant knows that this is advantageous for attracting new subscribers and it also makes it possible to look good vis-à-vis governments which sometimes grant some privileges to those who invest in their country. According to a recent rumor, Apple could soon sign its first creation in… Brazil!
Apple is interested in Brazil
In the catalog of Apple TV+, we already find many films and series that have been shot internationally, we think for example of Tehran (Israel), Dr Brain (South Korea), Slow Horses (United Kingdom) or Ted Lasso (UK).
The next country on the list of original Apple creations could be the Brazilaccording to journalist Flavio Ricco, Apple TV+ is “interested in creating new content” in Brazil. At this time, details are unknown; nonetheless, Ricco said the company plans to “privileging quality and authenticity”.
It is important to note that Apple TV+ is available in Brazil with a portuguese dubbing for all the content available in the catalog. If the rumors turn out to be true, this will be Brazil’s first Portuguese-language original programming for Apple TV+. It would be a great advantage to encourage Brazilian subscribers to subscribe to the service, it is true that local content is always more convincing than a program shot in another country.