Apple TV+ was unveiled at Apple event last March, where a series of Hollywood stars took the stage to introduces upcoming series and tv shows. From then, Apple has been working on launching its TV subscription Apple TV+ in November for $9.99 a month, according to Bloomberg citing sources close to the company.
The new subscription will be launching with Steven Spielberg’s “Amazing Stories” reboot, a news drama called “The Morning Show”, “Homes” and other Shows that are in the works.
Apple TV+ will include the following shows:
Apple’s initial slate of shows will include “The Morning Show,” Steven Spielberg’s “Amazing Stories,” “See” with Jason Momoa, “Truth Be Told” with Octavia Spencer, and a documentary series about extravagant houses called “Home.”
With its new tv subscription, Apple is intending to do thing a little bit different than Netflix and Amazon Prime. For instance, instead of having the entire season at once release, Apple will release three episodes a day.
Meanwhile, an earlier report stated that Apple budget increased to $6 billion for this project, a little over the previously announced $1 billion. On the other hand, Apple TV+ will a wide international reach considering that it will be also available on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Samsung televisions as well as Apple TV device.
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