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Here's what to watch on AppleTV+

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Team Stardust
November 1, 2019

AppleTV+ is the latest streaming service to come online, officially available today fro $4.99/month. If you've recently purchased a qualifying Apple device, (Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Apple TV), you automatically get a one year free trial of the brand new streaming service. If not, don't fret. The fist two episodes of every show will be available to everyone, without the need to sign up for a free trial. There's only one catch--you must use the Apple TV app to do so.


While the subscription info is important, what's even more important is the content that will be available to watch through AppleTV+.


So what shows is Apple launching with?


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At launch, Apple TV Plus is confirmed to have nine titles: 

  1. See, a post-apocalyptic thriller starring Jason Momoa
  2. The Morning Show, a drama about a morning news broadcast starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and Steve Carell 
  3. Dickinson a comedic portrayal of poet Emily Dickinson as a young woman starring Hailee Steinfeld
  4. For All Mankind an alternative retelling of America's race to space against the Russians
  5. Oprah's Book Club featuring, well, of course, Oprah Winfrey
  6. Helpsters, a Sesame Street workshop show for the littles 
  7. Ghostwriter, a reboot kids about four kids who team up with a ghost who haunts their neighborhood bookstore
  8. Snoopy in Space a new animated series starring the beloved beagle and his friends
  9. The Elephant Queen, a documentary film about a mother elephant


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Apple said five additional titles would be added in the following months: 

  1. Servant, an unsettling thriller from M. Night Shyamalan, starring Rupert Grint (Nov 28)
  2. Truth Be Told, a true-crime drama starring Aaron Paul and Octavia Spencer (Dec 6)
  3. Little America, a look at the inspiring and funny stories of immigrants in America (TBD)
  4. The Banker, a true-story movie starring Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson (Dec 6)
  5. Hala, a movie produced by Jada Pinkett Smith that Apple picked up at Sundance (Nov 22)


So what do YOU think about this initial lineup from Apple? Are the slate of shows and the actors attached to the shows compelling enough for you to subscribe? Or will you add AppleTV+ to your list of streaming services simply because the monthly cost is so low? We want to know! Share your thoughts in the comments below.


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