Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) is rumored to be working on a series for Apple TV+ based on the upcoming novel, Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA by undercover operative Amaryllis Fox. No official title for the series has been announced. Larson will star and executive produce. The series is expected to launch sometime in 2020.
Apple TV+ is Apple's subscription streaming service availble on all Apple products and Smart TVs, including the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV 4K. Like Netflix, Apple TV+ offers a variety of original scripted series, movies and documentaries. Here is a brief look at the series and films coming to Apple TV+ as of 05/06/19.
Apple TV+ programing available after launch Fall 2019.
For All Mankind is just one of the original series coming to Apple's streaming service Apple TV+. The sci-fi series stars Nick Toren, Olivia Trujillo and Chris Agos. It explores what would happen if the global space race had never ended.
With WWDC19 kicking off tomorrow, Apple has left several clues that major changes are afoot. The iTunes brand in particular could be history, as the company moves to separate the iTunes app into several distinct parts. The iTunes Instagram page has been wiped out, with a link directing visitors to the Apple TV account instead.
Apple TV+ is a service within the Apple TV app. At this time there is no Apple TV app for any consoles including the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Apple did announce that Apple TV+ will be available on "other platforms" including Samsung smart TVs in the spring and Vizio, Sony, LG, and others “in the future.”
Apple would need to release an Apple TV app specifically for the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One for users to access Apple TV+. While this seems like a smart idea if Apple wants to compete with Netflix and Amazon, it seems unlikely.