Apple TV's 'Little America' Is Inspired By True Stories

Apple TV's Little America Is Inspired By True Stories
January 30, 2020 - 18:35 / Rachel Johnson

Apple TV+ just released Little America and audiences everywhere are enjoying the series! Find out more about the true stories Little America is based on here!

Little America was just released January 17th on Apple TV+ and the series has been heartfelt, funny and romantic so far! 

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Little America is written and produced by Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon, and Lee Eisenberg, who also happens to star in the show! The show is also produced by Alan Yang, Sian Heder, Joshuah Bearman, Joshua Davis, and Arthur Spector, who is an executive producer at Epic Magazine

Little America's Conphidance in the episode "The Cowboy" on Apple TV+

Little America Based on True Stories

Little America follows the stories of immigrants to America and how they have adapted to their new country. The series is based on true stories that have been featured in Epic Magazine and are very relevant to our world today!

Episodes follow immigrants from all over the world including Nigeria, Syria, Asia, and Latin America! The cast is very diverse and stars actors Iwegbuna Ikeji as "Conphidance", Jamie Gore Pawlik as "Charlotte Ansley", and Eshan Inamdar as "Kunal Sah"

Little America Renewed for a Second Season

Before Little America season 1 was even released, the series was renewed for a second season set to come out next year! If you haven't seen the show yet, check out the official trailer here!