The list of premium channels and streaming platforms that open their products for free, albeit for a limited time, is growing to quell the anguish and mandatory quarantine a little in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. To HBO’s recent proposal, Apple TV Plus, the manzanite company’s on-demand system to offer many of its original series, documentaries and proposals for the kids without prior subscription, is now added.
“Little America,” from the best of the platform
What programs are you going to be able to enjoy? The award-winning documentary “The Elephant Queen”, narrated by Chiwetel Eljiofor; the anthological and wonderful “Little America”, dramedia produced by Lee Eisenberg, Kumail Nanjiiani, Emily Gordon and Alan Yang on the immigration experience in the United States; M. Night Shymalan’s thriller “Servant”, centered on a couple who must face tragedy and a few weird things; Ronald D. Moore’s sci-fi drama “For All Mankind”; “Dickinson” with Hailee Steinfeld about writer Emily Dickinson; and the children’s “Helpsters” (from the creators of “Sesame Square”), “Ghostwriter” and “Snoopy in Space”.
Hailee Steinfeld also says present
Residents of more than a hundred countries around the world (including Argentina) can enjoy these contents from last Friday through the Apple TV+ app, from one of the compatible devices, whether apple, LG, Roku, or from the platform’s website. You don’t need to have a subscription to the service, but you do need an AppleID to access all of these proposals that you still don’t know very well until they will be available for free. It’ll depend on the pandemic. In this note: