Apple TV+ today released the latest episode of its series Little Voice.
Producer J.J. Abrams’ series, created with songwriter Sara Bareilles and writer Jessie Nelson, is about aspiring singer Bess King and her attempts to forge a path for herself as a singer.
Alongside the new episode, Apple TV+ also has the first two episodes of Oprah’s new show The Oprah Conversation.
The preview for episode 6 of Little Voice reads as such: “Bess spirals into self-destruction, which has far-reaching consequences.”
Little Voice debuted with its first four episodes on July 10. New episodes arrive weekly on a Friday. The show has so far received mixed-to-positive reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes it has an audience score of 70%, based on 20 reviews. Its critical review rating (the Tomatometer) is 75% from 28 reviews. You can read Cult of Mac‘s review of the show here.
The Oprah Conversation
The Oprah Conversation, Oprah’s third show on Apple TV+, is also now available to watch. The first two episodes are titled “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man” parts 1 and 2.
In the two-parter, Oprah talks to former NFL linebacker and current sports analyst Emmanuel Acho about racism and answers questions from white and Latinx viewers.
Available to watch on Apple TV+
As ever, these shows are available to watch on Apple TV+ for the monthly fee of $4.99. People who have bought an iPad, iPhone, Apple TV or Mac over the past year get a free subscription as part of their purchase.
Apple has yet to announce official subscriber figures for Apple TV+. A recent report said that Apple TV+, alongside Apple’s other new services, has not added significant revenue to Apple. That was seemingly backed up by yesterday’s Apple earnings. While the money Apple gains through services increased during fiscal Q3, it did not increase in the big way some might have expected given the current work from home climate.
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