‘Home’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer, and all you need to know about the latest Apple TV+ documentary
There are beautiful homes and then there are homes that are pure work of art. And when the design of a home goes beyond its structural definition and functionality and becomes a sight to savor, then you know that you want to preserve such creations as something precious, something that sets a benchmark for aspiring architects and designers to look at. And for those who only want to savor the visual treat of such art, there are shows like 'Home'.
‘Home’ is a virtual ride through such exquisite pieces of art which also happen to be abodes. Around the world and through the minds of their creators, the docu-series will surely take your breath away, leaving you hungry for more.
The nine-episode Season 1 drops on April 17, 2020.
As the official synopsis of the show states, ‘Home’ aims to take you through “the world’s most extraordinary homes and unveils the boundary-pushing imagination of the visionaries who dared to dream and build them."
And while you are on a visually rich and delightful journey, you will also learn about the visionaries who dreamed such artistic dreams and built some of the most innovative architectural pieces.
The nine-episode Season 1 of ‘Home’ is directed by Matt Tyrnauer, Doug Pray, Taimi Arvidson, Jessica Dimmock, Scott Weintrob, Clay Jeter, and Jimmy Goldblum.
Matt Tyrnauer also serves as the executive producer, along with and Corey Reeser of Altimeter Films, Matthew Weaver, Ian Orefice and Bruce Gersh from Time Inc. Productions, and Joe Poulin, CEO of Luxury Retreats.
The streaming service has not shared any information on the preview or promo of the show yet. But do know that as we have the most updated info on the show’s trailer and more, we will bring it right to you! Keep watching this space.
Where to watch
You can watch the entire season of nine episodes when they are available on Apple TV+ on April 17, 2020.
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