Apple will launch TV +, the tech giant’s own streaming service, on 1 November. This puts the company ahead of Disney; the ‘house of the mouse’ will start on November 12 with Disney +.
Apple TV + is readily available in 100 countries and will cost $ 4.99 in the US, the company announced Tuesday. It did not specify which countries exactly and whether the Netherlands is among the participants.
Apple did announce which nine of the previously announced shows are available on the launch date. The biggest drawers are See, with Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard, The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon and the new Oprah Winfrey program, in which she breathes new life into her book club.
The other series that will start on November 1 are dark comedy Dickinson, scifi series For All Mankind, children’s shows Helpsters, Snoopy in Space and Ghostwriter and documentary series The Elephant Queen.