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This morning Apple TV+ launched the trailer for “Make or Break,” the new seven-part documentary sequence that delivers behind-the-scenes entry to the world’s finest surfers as they battle for the World Title on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT). As beforehand introduced, the soon-to-premiere sequence has acquired an early season two renewal, with manufacturing underway through the present competitors season. Set to debut globally on Friday, April 29 on Apple TV+, the primary season of the sequence spotlights internationally acknowledged surfers and options never-before-seen interviews with:
- 11-time world champion and 56-time profession victory winner Kelly Slater
- Seven-time world champion Stephanie Gilmore
- Three-time world champion Gabriel Medina
- Two-time world champion Tyler Wright
- 2019 World Champion and Olympic gold medalist Italo Ferreira
- 2021 Olympian Tatiana Weston-Webb
Further notable surfers featured in “Make or Break” embrace Morgan Cibilic, Johanne Defay, Leonardo Fioravanti, Jeremy Flores, John John Florence, Filipe Toledo, Kanoa Igarashi, Matt McGillivray, Isabella Nichols and Jack Robinson.
“Make or Break” gives behind-the-scenes entry and intimate deep dive into the aspirations, challenges, accomplishments and private lives of the surfers who compete to stay on the elite 2021 Males’s and Ladies’s WSL CT, and takes viewers on a journey to gorgeous browsing places throughout the globe. The sequence follows the 2021 competitors, navigating because the league responds to the worldwide pandemic, whereas exploring the dynamic browsing tradition together with well timed points, together with variety, psychological well being and the bodily affect of the game.
The docuseries is produced for Apple by Field to Field Movies, in partnership with the WSL. Govt producers are Oscar and BAFTA winner James Homosexual-Rees (“Exit By way of the Present Store,” “Amy”), BAFTA nominee Paul Martin (“System 1: Drive to Survive”
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