After months of anticipation and speculation, Apple is expected to announce its Netflix-killing streaming service today during their “It’s Show Time” event.
In addition to announcing their new original content programs, the technology giant is also expected to reveal additional new services such as an updated Apple News service, subscription offerings for premium cable channels such HBO, Starz, and Showtime, and even a subscription gaming service.
As for their original content, Apple has been hard at work for a couple of years now, as they currently have upwards of 25 projects in the works.
In an effort to take over the streaming wars, Apple is currently developing everything from dramas to anthology series to cartoons to documentaries.
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Apple ‘It’s Show Time’ Event Viewing Details: How To Watch
Event: “It’s Show Time”
Date: Monday, March 25
Time: 1 p.m. EST / 10 a.m. PST
Location: Steve Jobs Theater, Apple Campus, Cupertino, California
Live Stream: Apple’s website
How To Watch Apple ‘It’s Show Time’ Event Online
You can watch a live stream of today’s Apple ‘It’s Show Time’ event easily on Apple’s website.
You can also watch the “It’s Show Time” event live streaming on Twitter.
What Shows With Apple’s Streaming Service Have?
Specifically, Apple is currently working on a “morning show drama” with Steve Carrell, Jennifer Aniston, and Reese Witherspoon, an Amazing Stories anthology series from Steven Spielberg, the true crime drama Are You Sleeping starring Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul, an untitled CIA series starring Brie Larson, an international series titled Calls, an animated comedy titled Central Park, an untitled Damien Chazelle series, Defending Jacob with Chris Evans, the comedy series Dickinson starring Hailee Steinfeld, the documentary The Elephant Queen, the space series For All Mankind with Joel Kinnaman, the movie Hala, an untitled Hilde Lysiak series, Little America with Kumail Nanjiani, a J.J. Abrams series called Little Voice, My Glory Was I Had Such Friends starring Jennifer Garner, a climate change series titled Losing Earth, an untitled M. Night Shyamalan series, a Sofia Coppola filmed titledOn the Rockswith Bill Murray and Rashida Jones, Pachinko, Peanuts, an untitled Rob McElhenney & Charlie Day series, See starring Jason Momoa, a series about Kevin Durant, Time Banditsfrom Taika Waititi, a handful of original programs from Oprah Winfrey, and much more.