Apple unveiled the first trailer for all the upcoming original content on its new streaming service Apple TV+.
Set to debut this Fall, Apple TV+ will be yet another entry into the ever-growing streaming arms race first launched by Netflix over a decade ago.
During the 80-second long teaser clip, Apple unveiled looks at The Morning Show with Steve Carrell, Jennifer Aniston, and Reese Witherspoon, the Amazing Stories anthology series from Steven Spielberg, the true crime drama Are You Sleeping starring Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul, the animated comedy titled Central Park with Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, the series Little America from Kumail Nanjian, the comedy series Dickinson starring Hailee Steinfeld, the space series For All Mankind with Joel Kinnaman, the post-apocalyptic drama See starring Jason Momoa, and much, much more.
While Apple confirmed that their new streaming service Apple TV+ will be available this Fall, they did not announce the official release date.
Similarly, the cost of Apple TV+ has not been revealed, which is probably not a good sign for your pop culture fans out there.
The teased projects only scratched the surface of original content that Apple currently has in the pipeline.
In addition to the teased series, Apple TV+ will also include an untitled CIA series starring Brie Larson, an untitled Damien Chazelle series, the legal drama Defending Jacob with Chris Evans, the documentary The Elephant Queen, a J.J. Abrams series called Little Voice, the limited series 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 titled On the Rocks with Bill Murray and Rashida Jones, an untitled Rob McElhenney & Charlie Day series, a series about Kevin Durant, Time Bandits from Taika Waititi, a handful of original programs from Oprah Winfrey and much more.
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