Kumail Nanjiani's Little America Apple series to look at immigrant life
The anthology series will delve into true stories about immigrants and their struggles to succeed.
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Watch this: Kumail Nanjiani talks up new show, Little America
At the Apple event, Nanjiani revealed that he and his wife Emily V. Gordon are writing and executive producing the new show about immigrants in America.
Little America will have episodes based on true stories featured in Epic Magazine, which are described on the site as "a small, collective portrait of America's immigrants -- and thereby a portrait of America itself," according to Deadline.
The new TV series promises to be a closer look at the lives of immigrants in the US and could offer some extra perspective on issues that often dominate the news.
Plus, with Nanjiani on board, Little America will undoubtedly be heartfelt with a dash of humor.
No word yet from Apple on the release date for Little America.