Last Thursday, at the pristine green New York pied-à-terre Microsoft keeps for the Xbox One, the two honchos of the company’s fledgling original programming arm debuted footage from their docket of new shows. Given the resources of Microsoft and the years of experience and success between said bigwigs — Nancy Tellem, Microsoft’s entertainment and digital media president, ran CBS Television in the aughts, and Jordan Levin, the executive vice president in said division, ran The WB during its Buffy and Dawson’s Creek halcyon days — the presentation of Xbox Originals was remarkably modest. The first three programs Tellem and Levin teased, and the first three that will run, were a series of short documentaries, a reality show about street soccer, and live streaming footage of the music festival Bonnaroo. There were no major stars or household name writers or directors involved. House of Cards and True Detective, these were not.