Apple TV + continues to recruit talent from the competition: the last "illustrious prey" is Carmi Zlotnik, who just a few days ago resigned as head of the program of the cable broadcaster for a fee Starz – we can define it a sort of HBO a little smaller, which however over time has created popular content such as Black Sails, American Gods, Spartacus, The Girlfriend Experience and Power. In force to the network since 2010, Zlotnik has personally supervised the production of many series, including all those just mentioned. In the past he had worked for HBO, supervising the birth of content that made history such as Sex and the City, The Sopranos and Band of Brothers.
A few months ago, Apple had enlisted Richard Plepler, a former CEO and chairman of HBO and considered the dad of Game of Thrones. Finally, in the past few hours, another important assumption has been confirmed, albeit from a more "technical" point of view: it is Ruslan Meshenberg, one of the main Netflix developers. Lately he was in charge of leading a team whose goal was to boost the productivity of other developers, before he was in charge of the cloud infrastructure. It is under his leadership that the current queen of the streaming world has switched to Amazon's cloud infrastructure. Apple refused to confirm, but Meshenberg's tweet in front of Apple's campus doesn't leave much room for interpretation.
New adventure! pic.twitter.com/gijx5usDBo
– Ruslan Meshenberg (@rusmeshenberg) January 28, 2020
Finally, Variety claims that Apple's streaming platform would be almost ready to order the production of a new TV series: it should be a dramedy starring Rose Byrne (opening photo), which starred in Star Wars Episode II, the TV series Damages, X-Men: the beginning and Come un Tuono, among others. The series will be called Physical and will be set in the world ofaerobics at the beginning of 80s.