Jumps on the free-content bandwagon, offering ‘Dickinson,’ ‘Servant’ and more

Jumps on the free-content bandwagon, offering ‘Dickinson,’ ‘Servant’ and more

TV Line is reporting that Apple TV+ is the latest streamer to offer some of its content for free during this time of social distancing and coronavirus-related uncertainty.

It's not everything that's available on Apple TV Plus, but it's a good chunk, and all that you need to start watching is an Apple ID.

Apple TV Plus typically costs $5 per month.

Here is a list of shows that will be available on the streaming service for free - Little America, Servant, For All Mankind, Dickinson, Snoopy in Space, Hipsters, Ghostwriter, and The Elephant.

"Dickinson", "Servant" and "For All Mankind" are just some of the series offered for by Apple, starting on April 9 in the United States and from April 10 in one hundred countries across the globe.

You can access all of them through your computer, from the official Apple TV + page, or using any device that allows you to run the service; such as Smart TVs with Android operating system, Amazon Fire TV, Roku or, of course, Apple TV's.

The programming can be accessed at apple.co/FreeForEveryone in the Apple TV app. If you haven't taken its £4.99-per-month subscription service for a spin just yet, now's your chance.

Dickinson (check out our review) - Dickinson, starring Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld and created by Alena Smith, audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender, and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson.

Helpers, a show from the creators of Sesame Street about problem-solving monsters. While not every Apple TV+ title is included (looking at you, The Morning Show), the special promo does feature shows and movies from a wide variety of genres, from adult-oriented thrillers to family-friendly cartoons.

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