Apple auditions for Hollywood: The making of a streaming service

Last fall, Howard Gordon, showrunner for the hit TV show “24” and co-creator of “Homeland,” was in the middle of negotiating a deal with a newcomer to Hollywood: Apple. In a meeting with film executives from the iPhone maker, which had set aside an enormous budget to develop TV shows and movies, Gordon brought up rumors that Apple wanted sanitized projects — a potential problem for his show about a pair of disillusioned military veterans who go on a killing spree.

Link: Apple auditions for Hollywood: The making of a streaming service
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