Apple TV + will premiere a documentary focused on the LGBT movement — 2022

The Apple TV+ catalog is gradually growing and the next big premiere that has been released thanks to Variety is a documentary titled Visible: Out on Television. This documentary that will be presented on February 14 will be very focused on the LGTB movement and its impact on the television world. In this article we tell you everything we know about this documentary that will be released in the coming weeks.

Apple will give visibility to the LGBT community on Apple TV +

As you have been able to find out Variety this documentary It will consist of five one-hour episodes. , premiering next February 14, Valentine's Day. This documentary will be produced by Wada Syke and according to Apple 'Visible: Out on Television' investigates the importance of television as an intimate medium that has shaped the American consciousness and how the LGTBQ movement has shaped television.

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The documentary will combine archive images with interviews with key figures from the movement and also from television. Some protagonists of this series are sure to be known by many since it stands out Neil Patrick Harris who participated in the famous series 'How I met your mother'. But they will also have a very important presence Janet Mock, Margaret Cho, Asia Kate Dillon and Lena Waithe.

Each of the documentary's episodes will attempt to explore topics such as invisibility, homophobia, the evolution of the LGTBQ character and the appearance in the television industry. This documentary can be supplemented withstepfatherswhere the stereotypes that are imposed on homosexual parents are also shown.

From the Cupertino company have always wanted to support this movement promoting products that include the rainbow flag and also defending their rights throughout the world. This is why we are hardly surprised that Apple has decided to produce this documentary where we will see first-hand many of the problems suffered by the group.

One of the biggest problems is undoubtedly homophobia because although we are in the 21st century there are still many people who like a couple of boys on the street who are holding hands or kissing. This that may seem from the last century is still happening today and from Apple they want to shed light on this issue and what better way to do it than with a documentary.

We will have to wait until next February 14 to see the premiere of the five chapters of this documentary.

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