Apple TV+ series Little Voice came to an end Friday with the season finale episode debuting on Apple’s streaming TV service.
Producer J.J. Abrams’ series, created with songwriter Sara Bareilles and writer Jessie Nelson, tells the story of aspiring singer Bess King and her attempts to make a career for herself as a singer. Alongside the season finale of Little Voice, Apple TV+ also added a new episode of comedy series Ted Lasso.
The preview for the final episode of Little Voice, “Sing What I Can’t Say,” reads as follows: “A secret is revealed about Bess’ past — and she faces her fears.” The arrival of this final part of the series means that all nine episodes of the first season are available for streaming. You can check out Cult of Mac‘s review of the show here.
Meanwhile, episode four of Ted Lasso is titled “For the Children.” The preview reads: “Rebecca hosts the team’s annual charity benefit, where Ted stages a reconciliation between Roy and Jamie.”
The show is about an unwitting football coach who journeys to the UK to take on the job of leading a soccer team.
Starring Jason Sudeikis, the Lasso character was created for a 2013 commercial to promote English Premier League games on NBC Sports. The Apple TV+ series turns Lasso into central character of his own series. You can check out Cult of Mac‘s review here.
Available to watch on Apple TV+
All of these shows are available to watch on Apple TV+. The streaming service, which launched in November, costs $4.99 per month. 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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