Streaming services are having their best months of reception as millions of people worldwide are trapped indoors, practicing self-isolation with their available resources of entertainment. Apple TV+ has also stepped up a notch in extending its services, and made a handful of shows free for anyone to stream on their platform. These changes are live now in the US and available in any other country Apple TV+ is available in.
Apple is presumably trying to highlight some of its less popular TV shows by selecting a handful of titles for free streaming. Series that are temporarily available include:
- Little America (a series about immigrant life in the US)
- Servant (a thriller from M. Night Shyamalan)
- For All Mankind (a what-if-the-USSR-landed-on-the-moon-first drama)
- Dickinson (starring Hailee Steinfeld)
- Snoopy in Space (flash animated web television series)
- Helpsters (a live-action series for preschoolers)
- Ghostwriter (a reboot)
- The Elephant Queen (a wildlife documentary narrated by Chiwetel Ejiofor)
Apple is looking towards its biggest month in April since its launch. It is set to debut 5 new titles this month, including the highly anticipated Defending Jacob series starring Chris Evans. The streaming service is also following up on its romantic comedy “Trying“, launching on May 1st. A new animated comedy named Central Park is also set to debut on May 29th. Some more titles on the way include:
- Home: April 17
- Here We Are: Notes for Living On Planet Earth: April 17
- Beastie Boys Story: April 24
- Dear: June 5
To watch these titles for free, users will need to sign in to Apple TV+ app with an Apple ID on any compatible device. Having a subscription to Apple TV+ is not necessary. You can get a free 7-day trial of Apple TV+, with an upgrade upon the purchase of any new Apple device. Apple TV+ is also included for free with the $4.99/mo Apple Music Student subscription.