On Friday, 11th February, Apple TV announced to order the all-new “Omnivore” documentary series, which will tell the story of humanity and the planet.
“Omnivore” explores the beauty, complexity, and interconnectivity of human culture and the natural world through the way we manipulate, celebrate and consume its best resources – the ones we eat, Apple describes.
Narrated by Redzepi, the force behind the revered restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, five-times recognized as the World’s Best Restaurant, and one of the leading voices in the culinary world today, “Omnivore” will look at the world through the lens of food and explores how food binds and defines us, powers politics, shapes our beliefs, explains our past, and forecasts our future.
The new docuseries focused on the three-Michelin starred restaurant in Denmark opened in 2003, led by founder and head chef René Redzepi, preparing food that celebrates the region’s ingredients, culture, and seasons.
The all-new “Omnivore” documentary is directed, written, and cinematographed by filmmaker Cary Joji Fukunaga. And executive produced by Redzepi, Fukunaga, James Beard, Matt Goulding, Xan Aranda, Chris Rice, Michael Antinoro, Ben Liebmann, while Max Wagner serves as co-executive producers.
However, the global premiere date of the new series on Apple’s video streaming platform is currently unclear.
Moreover, Apple TV has recently shared the first look at the “Mrs. American Pie” thriller series, “The New Look” drama series, and revealed the premiere date of the “The Problem With Jon Stewart” new episodes and “Sunny” dark comedy.