After Amazon Prime Video, HBO and YouTube, it is now the turn of Apple TV+ to make some of its popular content free to watch amidst the Coronavirus lockdown. Apple’s streaming platform has freed a good selection of its slate of original series and films for viewing without subscription, that will certainly go a long way in cheering up millions of people stuck at home in the Coronavirus lockdowns in their respective countries.
The free content can be accessed at apple.co/FreeForEveryone in the Apple TV app. The Apple TV app is available on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices.
All shows made free to watch do not require an Apple TV+ subscription to watch. Some popular shows that can be watched for free are M. Night Shyamalan’s psychological horror thriller, Servant and Kumail Nanjiani’s Little America, an anthology of eight stories featuring immigrants in America. Lee Eisenberg directs while Kumail Nanjiani stars in it, and also executive produces it along with Emily V. Gordon and Alan Yang.
Other free shows available on Apple TV+ are wildlife documentary, ‘The Elephant Queen’, sci-fi show, ‘For All Mankind’, comedy series, ‘Dickinson’, live-action pre-school series, ‘Helpsters’, and literature-centric show, ‘Ghostwriter’.
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