Apple Makes Several Apple TV+ Shows Free to Watch

By Gabriela Vatu / April 10, 2020

With so many people stuck inside, which have way too much time on their hands, Apple has decided to open up a part of its Apple TV+ platform to everyone. So, it made some of its original series and movies free to view.

US customers can watch for free a bunch of shows and movies that were specifically made for Apple TV+ by visiting They'll be able to check the content on iPhones, iPads, Apple TV, iPod touch, Macs, as well as several Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku.

While you won't require an Apple TV+ subscription to watch the content, you will need to have an Apple ID. For now, the free-to-watch selection includes Dickinson, Ghostwriter, Helpsters, For All Mankind, Servant, Snoopy in Space, and The Elephant Queen.

Some of the more appreciated series were left out, it seems, such as The Morning Show. Perhaps Apple is hoping you'll love the free content enough to actually subscribe to their service. Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year, and it comes with a week-long free trial.

The Free for Everyone section will be available in multiple countries, but it's still rolling out, so you may have to wait a little bit before you see it.

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