Streaming services are everywhere in the world of TV (and don't get us started on games), as Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, and more are demanding your money - with Disney+ and HBO soon to be asking the same - but Apple is also coming with their TV+ program as well, if that wasn't enough.
This is set to arrive on November 1 over more than 100 countries, and Apple has revealed the prices we can expect from the service, which will set us back £4.99 a month ($4.99 USD, €4.99). This happens to be exactly the same price as the Apple Arcade subscription too.
What's more is that Apple has also shown off some of the content we can expect from the service, including epic drama See, starring Jason Momoa. The Morning Show is another drama combining Steve Carell, produced by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, and Reginald D. Moore is providing a new series called For All Mankind.
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