One new episode each of Losing Alice, Servant and Dickinson debuted Friday on Apple TV+, alongside six episodes of the all-new The Snoopy Show.
Check out the details below.
New episode of Losing Alice
The preview for episode five of Losing Alice reads as follows: “The chemistry between David and Sophie leads to problems at home. New revelations cause Alice to dig deeper into Sophie’s life.”
Losing Alice is an Israeli psychological thriller television series that was created, written, and directed for Israeli television by Sigal Avin. It is the second such show Apple has acquired after its debut on Israeli TV, the first being the excellent spy series Tehran. Losing Alice is all about a 48-year-old movie director, called Alice, who meets a young screenwriter she becomes obsessed with.
So far, the show has been met with critical acclaim. On ratings aggregation service Rotten Tomatoes, it has 73% in critical reviews and a 100% rating (albeit from only eight reviews) from audiences.
If you’re watching, here’s our review of this week’s episode, which is entitled “The Paranoia”: That big film shoot grows perilously near in Losing Alice.
Another spooky installment of Servant
There’s also a new episode of the second season of Servant. The creepy psychological thriller series from Tony Basgallop and M. Night Shyamalan is all about the strange goings-on in a household after a Philadelphia couple hire a new nanny to look after their baby son.
Season one is available to watch in its entirety on Apple TV+. The series was warmly received by audiences and critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a critical score of 84% and an audience score of 84%. Apple has already signed on for a third season.
The preview for episode four reads as follows: “With a new guest in the house, Dorthy resorts to bold tactics to get what she wants.”
There’s more Dickinson, too
Dickinson, the drama-comedy series about Emily Dickinson, continues with episode 7. The episode preview reads: “Thinking she’s blown her shot at publication, Emily spirals into depression. Her mother attempts to help her with a trip to the water cure.”
You can check out Cult of Mac‘s review of the show’s second season here. Like Servant, the show’s first season is available for viewing in its entirety on Apple TV+. A third season has also been signed. The show has a critical Rotten Tomatoes score of 87%, while the audience score stands at 89%.
Snoopy is back
In addition, there are six episodes of The Snoopy Show now on Apple TV+. This joins the Peanuts holiday specials and Snoopy in Space, which are already available.
Available to watch on Apple TV+
Apple TV+ is available for $4.99 per month, or for free for one year if you buy a new iPad, iPhone, Mac or Apple TV. You can also get a reduced monthly rate if you subscribe to Apple One, the company’s bundle subscription service.
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