Malala Allies with Apple to Produce Kids Dramas and Documentaries: Thumbs Up

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai is heading on new adventures, her recent plan of action is to collaborate with Apple Inc to produce dramas, children’s series, animation, and documentaries that will be aired on the company’s streaming service, Apple TV+. And it seems full of vim and vigor, here you go Malala! Malala Allies with Apple to Produce Kids Dramas and Documentaries: Thumbs Up.

Particulars of the Joint Venture to Stage Extramural Philosophies

Apple said in a blog post on its website on International Women’s Day,

“The 23-year-old laureate and her new production company named Extracurricular, is mounting her existing partnership with the tech giant, and will be part of the Apple TV+’s growing number of content creators, which include Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Will Smith, Octavia Spencer, and Jennifer Aniston.”

Malala is an interview with Reuters said,

“I hope that through this partnership, I will be able to bring new voices to this platform, to this stage. I hope that through me, more young people and girls will watch these shows, get inspired.”


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Back in 2015, Apple had formed a documentary on Malala and later teamed up with her Malala Fund in 2018 to promote secondary education to girls across the globe.

Malala Allies with Apple to Produce Kids Dramas and Documentaries: Thumbs Up

“This multi-year programming partnership with Apple TV+ will be producing dramas, comedies, documentaries, animation and children’s series”.

Malala became the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize winner at the age of 17. In her petite age, she has accomplished various goals within the realms of possibility. In 2014. Later in 2018, she launched Assembly, a digital publication for girls and young women available on Apple News. She graduated from Oxford University in June. She said,

“I believe in storytelling because it has been part of my life, it was my story that inspired so many people around the world to realize that not all girls have access to education.”

On the 110th anniversary of International Women’s Day, Malala fortified women across the globe

“Women around the world should pause to appreciate all they had achieved. I want every girl and woman to be proud of herself, to be proud of all that she has achieved in her life”.

We would congratulate Malala on taking new steps towards compassion and generosity.

Also Read: Malala Yousafzai Reveals Her Favorite Films and TV Shows

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