Apple's new streaming service, Apple TV +, will arrive later this Autumn.
Netflix, as much as we love you, your days of world domination may be numbered. Everyone wants a piece of that revenue Netflix is raking in, and the new content coming out from competitors such as Apple's new streaming service, looks fascinating.
Apple, after a two hour presentation that didn't really reveal all that much, have given us a glimpse of their original content coming later this year. From the trailer you can see below, there are a number of rather notable TV shows coming our way that have piqued our interest.
First up, we get our first look at Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell in the new TV-studio drama series 'The Morning Show'. Following that, there's Jason Mamoa who plays a barbaric warrior in 'See'; Steven Spielberg's 'Amazing Stories'; and Aaron Paul and Octavia Spencer starring in true crime drama, 'Truth Be Told'.
Oprah Winfrey has also been wrangled into the mix, and is set to release two new documentaries on Apple's new streaming service. The presenter/influencer/all-round great person, who seems to be forgetting she has her own TV Network, is set to release a doc about workplace harassment, entitled 'Toxic Labor'; and a second that will focus on mental health. Oprah has said that Apple "allows me to do what I do in a new way."
Most excitingly for 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' fans however, is that Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney are teaming up for new TV show, 'Mythic Quest'. The comedy series will be set in a video game studio environment, and has already wrapped shooting the first series.
Here's the full teaser trailer for Apple TV +.
In terms of when exactly we'll see these shows is still unknown, as well as how much all of this content will end up costing. Apple users will be able to subscribe to the services that they choose, including HBO, Apple iTunes movies, and TV shows, to rent or buy within the new Apple TV app. The new app and Apple TV channels will be available from May, with Apple TV + expected to follow in the Autumn.