“For All Mankind” is one of Apple’s most popular TV shows and to promote the launch of the second season, series creator Ronald D. Moore this week gave an interview with The Hollywood Reporter where he shared details on what it’s like to work with Apple.
Moore was recruited to work on “For All Mankind” when Jamie Erlicht, head of Apple TV +, and Zack Van Amburg approached him for a new NASA program. Moore had previously worked with the two at Sony and there was a “certain familiarity” about how things would be done.
There were, however, some growing problems to solve as a tech company made its way into the media. Moore said he wasn’t used to having to get feedback from the company before doing …
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