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Apple TV+ Launches; Here Are The Launch Day Titles

Today is the day that Apple TV+ launches and with that comes a plethora of new media content for viewers and customers to binge-watch.

The service starts at $4.99 a month after a week-long free trial. Those that have purchased a new iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV or Mac since September 2019 can get a free year-long trial of Apple TV+.

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Additionally, those that have the student version of Apple Music (for $4.99 a month) can also get access to Apple TV+ for no additional cost, which is similar to the partnership that Spotify and Hulu have where they let customers with Spotify Premium for Students get ad-supported Hulu and Showtime with their subscription at no extra cost to the student.

With all of that said, here are the shows you will be able to find on Apple TV+ on launch day:

  • The Morning Show
  • See
  • Dickinson
  • For All Mankind
  • Oprah’s Book Club 
  • Ghostwriter
  • Snoopy in Space
  • Helpsters
  • The Elephant Queen 

We plan on announcing new content that is added to Apple TV+ when we find out when it is going to be released.

Are you excited for the release of Apple TV+? Let us know in the comments!

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