Apple TV+ finally launches today, November 2019 with See, The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind, Helpsters, Snoopy in Space, Ghostwriter, The Elephant, and Oprah’s Book Club and more.
Apple TV+ will cost $4.99 a month (that’s like #1,811.37 in Naira). It will be available free for a year with the purchase of a new Apple device (iPhone 11,11pro and all). They will have three months after device activation to claim the offer, or if the device was purchased and activated before the launch of Apple TV+, they will have three months starting Nov. 1.
The only difference with it is that not all the series will be available to binge like Netflix. At launch, most series will debut on the streaming service with three episodes and then new episodes will roll out with each passing week. However, in some cases, full seasons of some series will be available to stream all at once.
These shows are NOW AVAILABLE on Apple TV+;
Far in a dystopian future, the human race has lost the sense of sight, and society has had to find new ways to interact, build, hunt, and to survive. All of that is challenged when a set of twins is born with sight.
FOR ALL MANKIND
The space drama, from creator Ronald D. Moore (Outlander, Battlestar Galactica), exlores what would have happened if the global space race had never ended. It presents an aspirational world where NASA astronauts, engineers and their families find themselves in the center of extraordinary events seen through the prism of an alternate history timeline — a world in which the USSR beats the US to the moon.
Set in the 1800s, the half-hour comedy will tell poet Emily Dickinson’s coming-of-age story with a modern sensibility and tone. Described as “one woman’s fight to get her voice heard,” the series explores the constraints of society, gender and family from the perspective of a budding writer who doesn’t fit into her own time.
A “reinvention” ’90s PBS kids’ show, it centers on “four kids who are brought together by a mysterious ghost in a neighborhood bookstore, and must team up to release fictional characters from works of literature.”
THE MORNING SHOW