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Apple has released the official trailer for the second series of feel-good British comedy "Trying," which will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting May 21.


Apple's description of the second series:
All Nikki and Jason want is a baby—the one thing they can't have. So they decide to adopt. With their dysfunctional friends, dramatic relatives, and chaotic lives, will the couple succeed in building the family of their dreams?
Co-starring BAFTA Award winner Imelda Staunton, Ophelia Lovibond, and Oliver Chris, and written by Andy Wolton, "Trying" is a comedy series from Apple TV+ and BBC Studios about a thirtysomething couple and their friends learning to grow up, settle down, and find someone to love.

The show, which hails from BBC Studios and is written by Andy Wolton, was the first original series from the U.K. to debut on Apple TV+ and received generally favorable reviews, according to Metacritic.

The eight new episodes in the second season will be released on a weekly basis from May 21, and the relationship comedy has already been renewed for a third season.

Article Link: Watch the Trailer for Season 2 of British Comedy Series 'Trying' Ahead of Apple TV+ Debut on May 21
 
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chucker23n1

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I found it… watchable, but lukewarm. I could relate to the characters but didn’t think there was much in the way of engaging plot arcs or humor.
 
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orbital~debris

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It seems like the only people really watching Apple TV programming are the die hard Apple fans

It might seem like that (and particularly if the majority of your evidence is drawn from this forum), but I can speak from personal experience and say that two sides of my family are watching Apple TV+ shows and are not the type of Apple customer you refer to.

There is a lot of excellent-quality content on Apple TV+; I guess some people just want to talk it down or are predisposed to find fault in anything.
 

tharitm

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Hope they won't decide to release it in blocks like Mythic Quest and just release the entire thing so we can binge watch it. :D
 

Ar40

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It seems like the only people really watching Apple TV programming are the die hard Apple fans
You posted on another forum thread here just this week that you have never, and will never sign up for Apple TV+. Seems you have an illogical hatred of Apple TV+ and will never watch anything from Apple. I suggest you stop projecting your expectations on the rest of us who actually love the content Apple is putting out. And who gave Apple a chance, instead of pre-judging it.
 

iapplelove

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You posted on another forum thread here just this week that you have never, and will never sign up for Apple TV+. Seems you have an illogical hatred of Apple TV+ and will never watch anything from Apple. I suggest you stop projecting your expectations on the rest of us who actually love the content Apple is putting out. And who gave Apple a chance, instead of pre-judging it.

Sorry for insulting all 4 of you. My apologies
 

mattopotamus

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I don’t know anyone using TV+. I would love to know their subscription and viewing numbers. Most of my friends have Netflix and/or Disney+. I have Prime for the live football.

Most are not paying for the service. I know I got it free when I bought an iPhone over a year ago. They continue to extend out the free trial, which was already a year.

If you or any of your friends have bought an apple product (phone, ATV, Mac, iPad) in the last year you can activate 1-year free.
 

tharitm

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Binge-watching pro tip: be so busy that you have no time to watch TV as it goes out, then in time everything becomes available for bingeing! 😃
tbh I would, but whenever I fire up the Apple TV, it would show recommendations and there goes my self control.
 
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