Apple TV+ will debut a new “Little America: The Official Podcast” hosted by comedian and actor Kumail Nanijani on November 3. As a companion podcast of the Apple TV+ “Little America” series, the new “Little America: The Official Podcast” will share the unique stories of eight immigrants living in America from different countries, ethnicities, religions, and more.
Season 2 of the “Little America” series will premiere on December 9 on Apple TV+ with eight new stories executive produced by Nanijiani. The new podcast series is produced in partnership with Vox Media Podcast Network and executive produced by Nishat Kurwa and Josh Bearman.
New Apple TV+ anthology podcast series brings the life experiences of immigrants in America
The new anthology podcast series “Little America: The Official Podcast” offers listeners unique stories of life in America from a very different perspective, immigrants from Vietnam, Japan, and others, ranging from the weird and humorous to the gut-wrenching and poignant.
The upcoming podcast series will kick off with the life experiences of journalists including “Shereen Marisol Meraji, Avery Trufelman, Davy Rothbart, Hannah Kingsley-Ma, Albert Samaha” and others sharing how their identities and cultures were accepted in American society; “with subjects including a Vietnamese mentalist, a Yugoslavian wedding officiant, a Japanese food engineer, an Ethiopian dog trainer and State Representative Angelica Rubio, the daughter of Mexican immigrants.”
“Little America: The Official Podcast” will release with three episodes and a new episode will debut weekly on Apple Podcasts and via RSS at https://apple.co/LittleAmericaPod.
“Little America: The Official Podcast” joins a growing offering of Apple Original podcasts now streaming on Apple Podcasts, including the duPont-winning “The Line,” the Webby Award-winning “Hooked,” “Run, Bambi, Run,” “Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy,” “The Problem With Jon Stewart” and “Missed Fortune,” as well as official companion podcasts for Apple TV+ series “Foundation,” “For All Mankind” and the docuseries “The Big Conn.”