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Entertainment Weekly


Here's your first look at The Morning Show, See, and other new Apple TV+ shows

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Apple offered the first glimpse — and by glimpse, we literally mean a glimpse — at its buzzy original shows that will be part of a new streaming service called Apple TV+.

The teaser, which can be seen above, is headlined by a brunette Reese Witherspoon alongside Jennifer Aniston’s anchor in the The Morning Show and Jason Momoa as a blind warrior in See.

Also spotted are Toby Kebbell in a glimpse of M. Night Shyamalan’s psychological thriller series Servant; Hailee Steinfeld in period costume in Dickinson; a bike-riding Brooklynn Prince is showcased in Hilde Lysiak’s Home Before Dark; Joel Kinnaman in Ron Moore’s 1960s space-race drama For All Mankind; Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul in Truth Be Told (formerly known as Are You Sleeping); a World War II pilot is seen in a fighter jet in an episode of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories; and Rob McElhenney in Mythic Quest, the series about the world of video game development that he co-created with his It’s Alway Sunny in Philadelphia cohort Charlie Day.

After two years of keeping its original content plans under lock, Apple finally revealed its slate of shows and movies for its Apple TV+ streaming service on Monday, with many of Hollywood’s biggest stars taking part.

To see a full list of all of Apple’s shows in development, see our gallery here.

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