Watch all Apple’s all-new Apple TV+ show trailers
Apple is gearing up its Apple TV+ marketing as it moves toward the service going live in November – and has let slip it plans to give some of its movies a chance to strut their stuff on big cinema screens as it strives to win a few Oscars.
The trailers are coming
Apple recently published new trailers for See, Servant, Dickinson, and For All Mankind. It has now followed these up with new trailers for three of its kid’s shows.
The company has also unshackled Oprah Winfrey, who has let slip some of her plans for her forthcoming Apple TV+ show: Oprah’s Book Club.
The first book selection is The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates, who will be interviewed for the debut episode. Apple will also host Apple, TV+ segments across its retail stores.
Now watch the trailers
Apple TV+ is making its New York Comic Con debut in October with a first look at M. Night Shyamalan’s psychological thriller series, “Servant” on October 3, the company said.
For All Mankind
This is a longer glimpse at what’s to come inside Apple’s space-focused TV series when it runs.
An upcoming comedy created by Alena Smith featuring a strong willed Emily Dickinson on her quest to become a great poet.
The world is blind, but two children have been born that have sight. This is the battle to keep them alive.
Then there’s the kids shows:
Snoopy in Space
I guess we’ll all start watching Apple TV+ shows like some form of guilty pleasure at first, until they find that inevitable hit show and become cool.