Apple releases trailer for “The Line” docuseries

“The Line” is a new four-part docuseries, with all episodes arriving simultaneously on November 19th on Apple TV +.

The series examines the moral ambiguities of warfare, embodied by the 2018 case in which a platoon of US Navy SEAL accused his boss, Eddie Gallagher, of war crimes. Eddie Gallagher he was photographed in Iraq with a corpse in his hands. The case was filed as the biggest process for war crimes of this generation.

With exclusive interviews with Gallagher, his wife Andrea, members of SEAL Team 7 who have accused their boss, reporter Dave Philipps, former Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer and others, the docuseries is a raw look inside the Seal Team 7 and to the line-up that pushed the bond of brotherhood to the limit. Told through first-person accounts and unreleased footage collected by the SEALs during their controversial tour in Mosul, Iraq, “The Line” hunts for the truth behind the events that led to one of the highest-profile war crimes trials. in recent years, revealing a deeply divided nation on how it fights war.

The docuseries is based on a podcast released in April 2021, produced by Jigsaw Productions and available on Apple Podcasts, hosted by Dan Taberski. The docuseries, on the other hand, is produced by Doug Shultz, while executive producers are Brad Hebert, Alex Gibney, Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist, Stacey Offman and Richard Perello. Doug Shultz and Jeff Zimbalist are the directors of the series.

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