Apple on Sunday debuted the first trailer for its anticipated Carpool Karaoke spin-off series, which will mark the start of the company’s move into original content and is expected to begin streaming on Apple Music – later this year.
The ad which aired during the 2017 Grammy Awards provides the first real look at what subscribers can ultimately expect from the weekly James Corden-directed series.
The airing of the show’s trailer follows Variety spilling further detail on the series, including some of the celebrity pairings and hosts viewers can expect to see – last month, and comes just months after Apple itself publicly secured the rights to stream its version of the Corden viral juggernaut to its growing list of subscribers.
“[…] Those pairings include more traditional musical choices like John Legend and Alicia Keys and Seth MacFarlane and Ariana Grande, but also more outside-the-box choices like Billy Eichner in the passenger seat, surrounded by the band Metallica, or former NFL star and talk show host Michael Strahan and NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon.”
Right now, Apple isn’t saying when you’ll be able to hit play on that first episode — but we’ll be sure to bring you the latest on the firm’s imminent move into original content, as it happens.
Extended version of the trailer embedded below.
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