It’s Friday — which, among other things, means new shows going live on Apple TV+. This week, Apple has posted one new episode each of current series Little Voice and The Oprah Conversation.
The preview for episode 7 of J.J. Abrams, songwriter Sara Bareilles, and writer Jessie Nelson’ show Little Voice reads as follows: “Just as Benny sets up a series of meetings with record executives, Bess experiences a setback.”
The series is about aspiring singer Bess King and her attempts to forge a path for herself as a singer. Season one of the show is 9 episodes long, meaning that it’s now nearing its culmination. You can read Cult of Mac‘s review of Little Voice here.
Apple also debuted a new episode of Oprah Winfrey talk show The Oprah Conversation. Having launched with a two-part episode last week, episode 3 of The Oprah Conversation is titled “How to be an antiracist.” It features Winfrey in conversation with author, historian and race and discrimination scholar Ibram X. Kendi. In the episode, Winfrey and Kendi “talk with white readers who confront their own racist beliefs.”
Coming soon to Apple TV+
Next week is a big one for Apple TV+. Alongside new episodes of Little Voice and, possibly, The Oprah Conversation, two new piece pieces of content will debut on the service. One is the eagerly anticipated sports coach comedy series Ted Lasso, featuring a hapless U.S. sports coach who moves to the UK to lead a soccer team. You can check out Cult of Mac‘s review here.
The other is documentary Boys State, a feature documentary following a week-long annual event in which more than 1,000 17-year-old boys in Texas participate in an exercise to create their own mock government. The documentary won the Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance festival.
Available to watch on Apple TV+
As is always the case, the shows mentioned above 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.
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