Apple is ready to compete with Netflix, Hulu in the streaming service market. After announcing Apple Arcade at their annual September Keynote, Apple gives focus on their streaming platform Apple TV+.

First they highlight the shows that have already been announced including Dickinson starring Hailee Steinfield and the Morning Show with Steve Carrell and Jennifer Anniston. However, to bring more excitement to fans, they unveiled anew debut trailer for an upcoming sci-fi thriller See with Jason Momoa. The film takes place 600 years in the future after a virus has decimated humankind and rendered the remaining population blind. When all humanity has lost the sense of sight, humans must adapt and find new ways to survive.

Other notable shows include For All Mankind, Snoopy in Space, Helpsters, The Elephant Queen, Oprah Winfrey Show and more.

So when is Apple TV+ coming? Well, Apple finally shared the release date and price for the service. Starting on November 1, users will gain access to original content with more shows and movies "being added every month," says Tim Cook. The service will only be $4.99 a month for the whole family (take that Netflix), and comes with a free one year subscription to the with the purchase of any Apple device.

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