It’s season finale time for The Morning Show and For All Mankind

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It’s season finale time for The Morning Show and For All Mankind
Two of Apple TV+'s top shows are finishing up for the year.
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It’s the last Friday before the holidays, and appropriately enough, two of Apple’s most popular Apple TV+ Originals are wrapping up. On Friday, Apple debuted the season finale for both The Morning Show and For All Mankind.

There are new episodes of both Servant and Truth Be Told as well. That’s plenty to keep you entertained between frantic bits of last-minute shopping!

The preview for the last episode of The Morning Show reads as follows: “TMS faces a fateful day as a plan to shake up UBA is set in motion.” Meanwhile, the preview for the finale of For All Mankind notes that: “Ed handles a trespasser. Ellen and Deke chart a new course without Mission Control.”

Both shows were 10-episodes seasons. See, Apple’s fantasy show with Jason Momoa, concluded its first series two weeks ago. It ran only 8 episodes in length. All three shows have already been renewed for a second season.

Apple TV+ debuted in November. The fact that these shows are already finishing may therefore seem surprising. However, while Apple rolled episodes out one at a time, it also started off with three episodes available for viewing. It then rolled out a pair of episodes for Thanksgiving. In other words, only half the episodes came out one at a time.

Beyond season finales: Other Apple TV+ new episodes

Apple also debuted new episodes of Servant and Truth Be Told. Episode 6 of Servant is titled “Rain.” Apple describes it as follows: “Leanne’s strange uncle arrives unexpectedly. Dorothy fights to keep her nanny.”

Episode 5 of Truth Be Told is titled “Graveyard Love.” The preview reads: “Poppy continues building her new case, while Warren faces repercussions for his actions.”

Coming soon to Apple TV+

With The Morning Show and For All Mankind concluded, next Friday could be a sparse week for Apple TV+. For the first time, fans will be able to go back and binge watch entire series of Apple’s first wave of shows. But there will also possibly be only new episodes of Servant and Truth Be Told.

Coming between Christmas and New Year, however, I wouldn’t be surprised if Apple drops some fresh content. Apple TV+ currently has a preview for its immigration anthology series Little America. That show will debuted January 17, 2020. It also has a preview for Samuel L. Jackson drama The Banker, which is says is “coming soon.” Maybe Apple will find something else to tide us over in the meantime.

Which shows are you enjoying on Apple TV+ right now? If you’re not a subscriber, you can check it out for $4.99 per month. You also get a free year if you purchase a new Mac, iPhone, Apple TV or iPad.