Apple this week premiered Dickinson, an original show coming to Apple TV+, at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York.
The half-hour comedy series based on rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson will be available November 1. It is the second show Apple has premiered this week following For All Mankind.
Dickinson is one of a handful of Apple shows that will be available for streaming when TV+ makes its debut next month.
Written and created by Alena Smith, it promises an audacious look at the constraints of society, gender, and family on Dickinson in the 19th century.
Dickinson debuts in New York
Dickinson starts Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski, Toby Huss, Adrian Blake Enscoe, Anna Baryshnikov, and Ella Hunt.
All 10 episodes of its first series will be available for streaming when TV+, the first “all-original video services,” makes its debut on November 1.
You’ll be able to enjoy it — and the rest of TV+ — for just $4.99 a month. And that subscription covers up to six family members.
If you purchased a new Apple device this fall, you will get to enjoy your first year of TV+ absolutely free.
More from Apple TV+
Alongside Dickinson and For All Mankind, TV+ will feature The Morning Show, See, Helpsters, and Snoopy in Space at launch.
Servant and Truth Be Told are scheduled to come a few weeks later. Apple has also ordered Ted Lasso, a comedy series featuring Jason Sudeikis, that’s likely to arrive next year.