"Little America" is Apple TV+'s latest show to debut. This one is the anthology series from Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon about the immigrant experience in America. The whole eight-episode season is available now. Each episode is based on the experience of a real person and concludes with photos of the actual person now and how their life has turned out. That's a brilliant touch because it keeps us remembering that we're watching the actual American experience, just not the one that many/most of are us are used to thinking about. This one has gotten pretty rapturous reviews. I've watched the first episode and I understand why. It's warm, funny, sad, and hopeful in equal measure. And like everything I've seen on Apple TV+, it's sumptuously shot. I thought the three actors who played Kabir were all terrific. I had a good laugh at the young one's first thought when he learned what "precocious" means. It was a brief but searing moment when the middle one flashed on the thought that helped him spell "vivisepulture" at the spelling bee. (And Laura Bush sure looked familiar. Paid attention to the credits and: Sherilynn Fenn!) And it was quietly brutal when the older one finally got to back to KFC with his parents for the family meal and finds they can't drink Pepsi anymore. But beautiful. Looking forward to watching the rest of this series. Dive in!