Finding Apple TV+ trailers and show details just got way simpler


Apple spent more than $20 million advertising Apple TV+ last month
With Apple TV+ just weeks away, details on the first round of shows are now easier to find.
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Apple just launched a website with details about all its upcoming Apple TV+ shows. The site is supposed to be for journalists, but serves as a one-stop shop for everyone to learn more about all the original programs available soon — many are scheduled for next month.

Th site is dubbed “Apple TV+ Press,” and it includes details of 15 shows that will launch soon from this streaming video service. For the initial offerings that will debut November 1, there are also trailers and images, as well a lists of cast and crew.

Much of this has been available before, but not collected together into one site.

Programs coming at the beginning of next month include:

Two others, Servant and Truth Be Told are set to launch a few weeks later. Others that are coming soon — like Oprah — just get a mention.

More on Apple TV+

This streaming TV service is coming to screens November 1. It can be watched on iPhone, iPad and Mac, as well as Apple TV settop boxes. A variety of third-party TVs will be able to access it as well.

A subscription for Apple TV+ will cost at $4.99 per month, but anyone who bought a new iPhone or iPad this fall gets it free for a year.

Many more programs are in the pipeline than are listed on the press site. As just a few examples, there’s Stephen King’s Lisey’s Story, a comedy based at a video-game company called Mythic Quest, and the return of Steven Spielberg’s 1980s’ TV show Amazing Stories.


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