These 3 New Shows Will Have You Throwing Money at the New Apple TV+ Streaming Service This Fall
Apple TV+ is ready to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. This fall, Apple will launch a streaming service complete with ad-free, exclusive, original programming. And, just like its competitors, the new Apple streaming platform is available for a monthly fee, rumored at around $10.
To ensure this jump into the big leagues is successful, the company has partnered with some of the biggest names in Hollywood with three epic trailers released so far. The Morning Show, For All Mankind, and Dickinson all-star big-name actors that you won’t want to miss.
Read on to find out who the stars are and why Apple TV+ is a must-have for streaming all three this fall.
‘The Morning Show’ stars Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Anniston, and Steve Carell
When the official trailer for The Morning Show dropped, fans of Witherspoon, Anniston, and Carell were literally going wild with excitement. And, yet, they were angered that they have to pay for yet another subscription service.
Apple TV writes that the series is a “high-stakes drama that pulls back the curtain on the morning news.” From the trailer alone, viewers are already wondering if the drama is written to mirror the Matt Lauer scandal of 2017. In the first scenes, we hear Anniston’s character announcing to the world that Carell’s character has been fired, alluding to similar allegations to that of Lauer.
There are also several references to The Office in the trailer that have Carell fans absolutely psyched for his return to television. The song playing throughout the sneak peek is the same one that Carell remade in The Office episode where Toby left. Many fans simply left comments like this one, “GOODBYE TOOOOOOOBBBBBYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.”
It is clear from the reactions to the trailer for The Morning Show that television fans will want to subscribe to Apple TV+, even if it is just for this one series. But, the company will have you sticking around anyway with the many other originals they plan to release.
‘For All Mankind’ stars Joel Kinnaman
From the creator of Battlestar Galactica and the producer of Star Trek, Ronald D. Moore, comes a new tv series, For All Mankind, featuring Joel Kinnaman as one of NASA’s top astronauts.
Moore will have you on the edge of your seat again in this alternate universe where the Soviet Union was the first to put a man on the moon, not the United States. This victory for the Russians spurs a battle throughout the rest of the world to be the first to conquer Mars, Saturn, and every other star in the galaxy.
The drama features newer versions of actual astronauts combined with fictional characters. The For All Mankind cast list includes well-known names such as Buzz Aldrin (Chris Agos), Neil Armstrong (Jeff Branson), and Deke Slayton (Chris Bauer) who was once chief of the Astronaut Office for NASA.
The series also focuses on a new fictional team of female astronauts that NASA recruits in response to Russia landing on the moon. The new team will include Karen Baldwin (Shantel VanSanten), Tracey Stevens (Sarah Jones), and Ellen Waverly (Jodi Balfour).
With a cast this irresistible and a plot that is sure to keep you coming back for more, you won’t have any trouble subscribing to Apple TV+ this fall.
‘Dickinson’ stars Hailee Steinfeld
The new series, Dickinson will be the first of its kind to depict Emily Dickinson’s early life and appeal directly to Millenials. Hailee Steinfeld plays the esteemed American writer and poet before she became famous.
The show centers around her difficulty growing up in a time that did not understand her imaginative point of view. In the trailer, we hear her mother (Jane Krakowski) say “She’ll be the ruin of this family. And she doesn’t know how to behave like a proper young lady.”
We look forward to watching the young writer’s early life as her wild youth clashes with her family’s conservative lifestyle.
Start budgeting now for that extra $10 monthly because Dickinson, along with For All Mankind and The Morning Show will debut this fall, exclusively on Apple TV+. We know you won’t want to miss the debut of these three new shows.