Little America has been revealed to drop on Apple TV+ on January 17. Instead of releasing an episode a week, the entire season will become available on this date.

The series is an anthology based on true stories about immigrants residing in the US. Even before its debut on the streamer, Apple has signed it up for a second season.

Little America is one of the platform’s first original shows, alongside previous originals such as See, Dickinson and The Morning Show.

The writers, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V Gordon, have helped to gather excitement and anticipation for the show. The pair wrote The Big Sick in the past.

Lee Eisenberg, known for The Office and SMILF, and Alan Yang – known for Master of None and Parks and Recreation – are executive producers on the show.

There will be eight episodes in the first season. What’s more, if you enjoyed The Morning Show and For All Mankind, these will also receive second seasons.

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