The Streaming Wars are about to get underway in the next year as four major studio & tech giants are poised to launch their own streaming services to add to an already crowded marketplace.
The first of these is Apple TV+ launching on November 1st as part of the already existing TV app available on all Apple products from iPhone and iPads to Apple TV set top boxes. The app itself already has the shows marked out and now the company has released several clips from their launch line-up.
These include the Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon-led “The Morning Show,” the Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard-led sci-fi blind civilisation drama “See,” and the Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul-led legal drama “Truth Be Told” based on Kathleen Barber’s novel about a podcaster reopening a case that made her famous but may have also convicted the wrong man.
There’s also the Hailee Steinfeld-led period half-hour comedy “Dickinson,” Ron Moore’s aspirational NASA drama “For All Mankind” starring Joel Kinnaman, the M. Night Shyamalan-produced “Servant” about a Philadelphia couple dealing with a tragedy and a supernatural force, and “Snoopy in Space” which sees the “Peanuts” character becoming an astronaut.
The Morning Show
Truth Be Told
For All Mankind
Snoopy in Space