CBS has announced that Apple has renewed Carpool Karaoke for a second season, 9to5Mac reports. The show’s Apple Music version was delayed to scrub the episodes of potentially offensive language and met with mixed reviews after finally being released. Show More Summary
Despite its almost universally negative reception from critics, Apple has chosen to renew James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” series for Apple Music for a second season. CBS CEO Leslie Moonves announced the renewal on the company’s earning call this week, as part of its commitment to producing more original content, according to a report from Deadline. The series, which… Read More
Despite the lukewarm reception that its first wave of original series garnered, Apple is giving Carpool Karaoke -- the Late Late Show segment that it spun into a standalone show in August -- another season. CBS CEO Les Moonves announced the news yesterday during a call with investors. Show More Summary
Born out of a recurring sketch appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Apple's Carpool Karaoke: The Series seems to be resonating with subscribers of Apple Music. Today during an investor call, CBS (the producer of the show) announced the show would return for a second season. Via: Variety
Apple has given a renewal to a popular series that is a spinoff of the CBS talk show “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” Apple will bring back Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter’s Live...
Today we’ve got new details about a Telugu bug affecting iOS 11, Apple enforcing iPhone X screen resolution on new apps, Sonos One experiencing the same issue as HomePod, and Carpool Karaoke being renewed for a second season. 9to5Mac...Show More Summary
Apple has renewed James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke for a second season, CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves announced during the company’s earnings call. The show, which was a recurring segment from the comedian’s Late Late Show, began streaming on Apple Music last summer. Show More Summary
Apple has opted to renew "Carpool Karaoke" for a second season, according to CBS, which hosts "The Late Late Show with James Corden," from which "Carpool Karaoke" was spun off.
One of Apple’s first original content efforts was a spin-off of James Corden’s popular Carpool Karaoke segment from The Late Late Show on CBS. While early reviews and user response to the series were mixed, Apple has renewed its Carpool Karaoke spin-off for a second season… more…
The first season of the 'Late Late Show' spinoff debuted last summer. read more
As it steps up from Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps and deepens its well of original content, Apple will grow its investment in video from current levels of about $500 million to $4.2 billion in 2022, according to a projection by...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Apple spun off the viral late-night show skit "Carpool Karaoke" to a full-blown TV show exclusive on Apple Music. The show received mixed reviews critically and never took off commercially.
Apple's plans in the TV space are finally starting to take shape. After releasing a pair of forgettable series that failed to gain any type of traction -- Planet of the Apps and a Carpool Karaoke spinoff -- Apple last month finally stepped up to the plate and inked a multi-million dollar deal to revive the 80s sci-fi adventure series Amazing Stories. Show More Summary
NBA megastar LeBron James became the latest celebrity to grace the seats of James Corden’s Cadillac in this season’s finale of Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke. In the latest episode, which premiered on Tuesday, Corden takes LeBron for a ride as they talk Jay-Z referencing him in his rap songs, whether the rapper texts back immediately, and play “20 Questions”. […]
James will appear on the Apple Music series soon.
Bloomberg revealed why Apple Music's first reality series, Carpool Karaoke, was delayed, and why Planet of the Apps wasn't promoted. Read this story »
Apple is playing it safe with its foray into the TV world. A new Bloomberg report claims that the company's first television series, Carpool Karaoke, was delayed because CEO Tim Cook wanted foul language and references to vaginal hygiene removed. Show More Summary
When Apple delayed the release of 'Carpool Karaoke,' it wasn't very clear on why. According to a report at Bloomberg, though, the tech titan had to edit and shoot additional episodes because the ones that were ready had too much "foul...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook delayed the release of "Carpool Karaoke," an Apple original series, to edit out profanity from the show, Bloomberg reports. "Carpool Karaoke" was meant to be the company's first move into original TV shows and movies...Show More Summary
Apple’s first few pieces of original programming, Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps, felt more like stumbles out of the gate. In this era of prestige television from cord-cutting platforms like Netflix and Amazon, the shows weren’t exactly, say, House of Cards or Transparent. Show More Summary