Season 2 of Apple TV+’s “Make or Break” gets a trailer

O Apple TV+ announced today that the second season of the documentary series about surfers, “Make of Break — Na Crista da Onda”will premiere on the day February 17th with the first four episodes. Another four will be released a week later, on 24/2. The trailer for the new season has also been released.

The docuseries chronicles the stories of the world’s greatest surfers as they aim for the WSL title (World Surf League). The production had unprecedented access to the greatest athletes in the sport, showing their dreams, aspirations and disputes, amidst beautiful ocean scenery.

The series is the first to bring records of the mid-season, along with international rivalries and challenges faced. The new episodes are filled with interviews with several surfers — including Brazilians — such as: Kelly Slater, Tatiana Weston-Webb, Stephanie Gilmore, Owen Wright, Tyler Wright, Jack Robinson, Morgan Cibilic, gabriel medina, Filipe Toledo, Kanoa Igarashi, Griffin Colapinto, Italo Ferreira, Matthew McGillivray, Johanne Defay, John Florence e Brisa Hennessy.

The series is produced by Box to Box Films in partnership with the World Surfing League. Executive producers are James Gay-Rees (“A Life of Amy Winehouse”), Paul Martin, Warren Smith and the CEOChief executive officeror executive director.”>1 and WSL, Eric Logan.

Apple TV+ is available on the Apple TV app in over 100 countries and regions, whether on iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs, Macs, smart TVs or online — as well as on devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast with Google TV, PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The service costs BRL 14.90 per month, with a seven-day free trial period. For a limited time, anyone who buys and activates a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod touch gets three months of Apple TV+. It is also part of the company’s Apple One subscription package.

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