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Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

“Masters of the Air”: This is the most watched Apple TV+ series

“The Lords of the Air” is a continuation of the trilogy by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, the previous parts of which are: “Band of Brothers” and “The Pacific”. The series “Lords of the Skies” takes place during World War II and tells the story of the crew of an Allied 8th Air Army bomber who must fight for survival far behind enemy lines.

We will see him in the main role Austin Butler (“Elvis”), partnered by Callum Turner (“Fantastic Beasts”). Joanna Kulig played a Polish woman who starts an affair with Turner’s character. “My role in ‘Masters of the Air’ is not a big one – I must emphasize this so that no one will be disappointed with what they see later. I wanted to meet on the set with Cary Fukunaga“, whom I value very much,” the Polish actress emphasized in an interview with PAP Life.

Apple TV+ did not provide the exact viewership of the first two episodes of the series “The Lords of the Skies” on the premiere weekend, limiting itself only to information about the production’s success measured by its viewership. According to previous reports cited by Variety, the platform’s global audience increased by 65% ​​during this period. compared to the week before the premiere. The Apple TV+ platform has also seen an increase in the number of users in over a hundred countries where it is available.

So far, starting on January 26, five episodes of the series “Lords of the Skies” have been broadcast. There will be nine of them in total, and the finale is scheduled to be broadcast on March 15 this year. The series produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks is a “spiritual” continuation of “Band of Brothers” and “The Pacific”. Like them, it was also supposed to be created by HBO, but it was taken over by Apple, which was able to provide the $250 million needed for production.

The script for the series “The Lords of the Skies” was based on the book by Donald L. Miller entitled “The Lords of the Skies. American pilots in the fight against Nazi Germany.” Its author is John Orloff (“Band of Brothers”), and the first episodes are directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (“No Time to Die”).