Tech giant Apple has introduced the world to its latest venture, today unveiling their new streaming service Apple TV+ at a star-studded launch.
The new service will offer up original programming, including TV series and documentaries, while also hosting third-party content that is currently available on regular Apple TV.
Among the titles unveiled today include the previously announced Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell series The Morning Show. The Apple TV+ original series is a new sitcom that looks at the lives of people working on a daily TV news program.
Also on the list is a new drama series starring Aquaman's Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard. Sci-Fi drama series See will explore a world in which all its inhabitants are blind, and will attempt to change the way you think about your senses.
Subscribers can also look forward to Amazing Stories (a reboot of the sci-fi anthology series from Steven Spielberg), Little Voice (a J.J.Abrams musical look at the life of a young artist, played by Sara Bareilles, trying to make it in New York City), and have we mentioned that OPRAH is involved?
Yes, Oprah Winfrey will be leading a series that celebrates diversity and promotes openness, beginning with the release of two new documentaries
In exciting news, Apple TV+ will also give subscribers access to content from channels including HBO, Starz and Showtime, and other streaming services including Hulu and PlayStation Vue.
Of course, HBO is home to blockbuster series such as Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies and Westworld, while Hulu has original series including The Handmaid's Tale and Castle Rock.
Stay tuned for more updates on Apple TV+