Here’s what Apple says will be on its TV+ streaming service at launch — and soon after

Apple announced pricing and a launch date for Apple TV+ — but what will be available on the streaming service and how will series be released?

So far, here’s a list of the content that Apple says will be available at launch:

  • “The Morning Show,” a behind the scenes newsroom drama starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell.
  • A comedy about poet Emily Dickinson starring Hailee Steinfeld entitled “Dickinson.”
  • “See,” post-apocalyptic thriller with Jason Momoa. 
  • An Oprah Winfrey series
  • A Sesame Street spinoff “Helpsters”
  • “Ghostwriter” children’s series
  • Animated “Snoopy in Space”
  • A movie called “The Elephant Queen.”
  • “For All Mankind,” an alternative history of the space race

Apple also announced that “most” shows will drop three episodes to start with weekly installments after that, while others — which it did not specify — will be released all at once.

The streamer has also committed to adding additional content in the months after launch, such as:

  • A Jada Pinkett Smith produced movie entitled “Hala.”
  • “Truth Be Told,” a mystery starring Octavia Spencer.
  • An M. Night Shyamalan thriller called “Servant.”
  • “Little America” from HBO “Silicon Valley” star Kumail Nanjiani and his wife.
  • “The Banker” film