Apple TV Plus Will Be Featuring Nine Originals This November
Har Devarukhkar - Oct 01, 2019
On November 1st, Apple TV Plus, the upcoming streaming service, will release with its first nine originals at the price of $4.99 monthly.
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The launch lineup of Apple TV Plus is out. The TV Plus and its nine originals will be launched on November 1st. These originals consist of The Morning Show, an upcoming comedy-drama series leading by Jennifer Aniston, as well as See, an apocalyptic sci-fi series of Jason Momoa. It costs $4.99 every month for this upcoming streaming service from Apple and family access is included. Besides, if buying a new iPad, iPhone, as well as Apple TV, Apple users can get one free year using Apple’s streaming service.
The other originals that will be launched are Snoopy in Space, The Elephant Queen, Ghostwriter, Helpsters, Dickinson, and For All Mankind. Oprah Winfrey’s latest project is also included in the lineup. Let’s have a quick look at these original projects and series.
Apple is expected its TV Plus becoming one of the most prestige TVs. As a result, the tech giant has spent over $15 million for an episode of either See or The Morning Show, which is gaining lots of attention.
Starring Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, and Reese Witherspoon, The Morning Show is a comedy-drama series about a morning TV show’s politics.
For All Mankind, a sci-fi series explores what would have occurred if the global space race had never ended. The series is produced by Ronald D. Moore, the executive producer of Battlestar Galactica.
See, which has just released an epic trailer, is about a distant future where humans have lost their visions, trying to survive.
The Elephant Queen is a wildlife feature documentary revealing the elephant’s risk of extinction.
Dickinson is a comedy series about Emily Dickinson’s impressive period piece. Actress Hailee Steinfeld plays as Emily Dickinson.
From the very beginning, Apple is hoping its TV streaming service to be family-oriented, not just simply adult-oriented. It is quite obvious from the launch titles.
The ghostwriter is a rebooting series, following 4 children gathering to free fictional characters out of their books.
Snoopy in Space is DHX Media along with Peanuts Worldwide’s latest series about Snoopy, the lovable dog of Charlie Brown, chases the dreams of turning to an astronaut.
According to the tech giant, following “Cody and a team of vibrant monsters who love to help solve problems,” Helpsters is a series created by Sesame Street’s creators.
Finally, the TV Plus is welcoming a series from Oprah, which, according to Apple, features “compelling authors in conversation as [Oprah] builds a vibrant, global book club community and other projects to connect with people around the world and share meaningful ways to create positive change”.