Your Guide to Apple TV+: Release Dates for 'The Morning Show' and Every Other Series and Movie

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Apple TV+ is here, which means the wait to see Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon face off on The Morning Show is over.

The drama -- the crown jewel of Apple TV+'s launch, debuted as the streaming service launched on Nov. 1 -- alongside a string of other new series starring the likes of Jason Momoa and Hailee Steinfeld. Apple TV+, available on the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and more platforms, is available for $4.99 a month, and through Family Sharing, up to six family members can share one Apple TV+ subscription.

With over a dozen new projects set to release, Apple TV+ has quite the slate to stream through. From The Morning Show to Momoa's See to the Steinfeld-starring Dickinson, here's everything you can watch on Apple TV+ and when:

The Morning Show:a cutthroat drama starring and executive produced by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, and starring Steve Carell, explores the world of morning news and the ego, ambition and the misguided search for power behind the people who help America wake up in the morning. It was Witherspoon who brought the show together, Aniston recently told ET's Brooke Anderson.

"You couldn't have dreamed something up better than this world --[producer] Michael Ellenberg, Reese, us working as partners and exploring a world that I've loved -- because I love a good morning talk show -- and then learning the goings on behind the scenes of it was just ripe and rich and exciting," the actress said.

The Morning Show doesn't hide from commentary on the inner workings of television -- or drama that happens off-screen.

"I can't even imagine what people had to endure and get through just to have their job... the silence that was expected, the behavior that was just tolerated," Witherspoon told ET. "It's fascinating to me this conversation and be creating characters that look at every side of the #MeToo experience and we're all trying to act and how to behave at work. How do we live in corporate structures that are more responsible? I think there is a perspective for everyone in this show."

Release date: Now streaming with new episodes every Friday.


See: an epic drama starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard set 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. While speaking with ET's Lauren Zima earlier this month, Woodard opened up about the challenges of playing a character who has lost their sight.

"Learning how to navigate the physical world without sight is the way we define it, but you can hear this echo location, you can tell when you've passed through space just by the air when people are close to you," she explained. "It was being led to an awareness of all the possibilities of how you can see without actual vision."

"It's just, like, striking, the senses that we've suppressed, so I do all of the training," Momoa added, explaining they had a "blind coach" on set. Momoa plays a father in the series, but didn't use his real-life kids to get into the right mindset. "It would be so horrible for me. It can’t be that close," he confessed to ET, but noted that he got close to the child actors on See. "You just put your mindset there and do your job."

Release date: Now streaming with new episodes every Friday.


For All Mankind: this new series from Battlestar Galactica and Outlander executive producer Ronald D. Moore imagines what would have happened if the global space race never ended and the space program remained the cultural centerpiece of America’s hopes and dreams.

Moore told ET's Leanne Aguilera that the series begins in 1969, with the moon landing. "Everyone is expecting that Apollo 11 is going to be the first to make it to the moon and then at the last minute, the Russians come in and snag the prize. It really shocks the country and it changes the priorities on a national level," he said of the premise. "The Nixon administration goes all in on the program and it just changes world history at that moment. The repercussions just keep dominoeing further and further into the series."

Release date: Now streaming with new episodes every Friday.


Dickinson: a darkly comedic coming-of-age story, explores the constraints of society, gender and family through the lens of rebellious young poet, Emily Dickinson. Star Hailee Steinfeld told ET's Rachel Smith that she related to Dickinson's rebellious nature.

"I think I was a wild child when I could be," she admitted. "I mean, I grew up working and grew up in very sort of adult situations that required me to be mature, so anytime I wasn't in those situations, I was definitely causing a little trouble."

Stepping into her role as executive producer was all new for the actress, who called it a "true learning curve." "When I read this project for the first time, it was so special for so many different reasons. I wanted to be a part and show up not only as an actor -- I wanted to be a part of it on a different level," she said. "Being an executive producer has been such an honor on this project specifically because I really do believe it's so special."

Release date: All 10 episodes of season one are now streaming.


Helpsters:a new children’s series from the makers of Sesame Street centered on Cody and a team of vibrant monsters who love to help solve problems. It all starts with a plan.

Release date: All six episodes of season one are now streaming.


Ghostwriter:a reinvention of the beloved '90s series which follows four kids who are brought together by a mysterious ghost in a neighborhood bookstore and must team up to release fictional characters from works of literature.

Release date: All seven episodes of season one are now streaming.


Oprah's Book Club:Oprah Winfreyjoins the world’s most compelling authors in conversation as she builds a vibrant, global book club community and other projects to connect with people around the world and share meaningful ways to create positive change. The first episode features Oprah in conversation with The Water Dancer author Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Release date: Now streaming.


The Elephant Queen:an acclaimed documentary film from directors Mark Deeble and Victoria Stoneand and a cinematic love letter to a species on the verge of extinction, follows a majestic matriarch elephant and her herd on an epic journey of life, loss and homecoming.

Release date: Now streaming.


Servant:a new psychological thriller from M. Night Shyamalan, follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home.

Star Rupert Grint told ET at New York Comic Con that he couldn't wait to work with Shyamalan, who almost directed one of the Harry Potter films. "I've always been a huge fan. I think he is just an absolutely master of this genre, and such a nice, sweet guy," he explained. "It was kind of one of the main attractions... that was kind of a big pull for me."

Release date: The half-hour psychological thriller premieres Thursday, Nov. 28.


Snoopy in Space: a new original from Peanuts Worldwide and DHX Media, takes viewers on a journey with Snoopy as he follows his dreams to become an astronaut. Together, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew take command of the International Space Station and explore the moon and beyond.

Release date: The half-hour series premieres Thursday, Nov. 28.


Truth Be Told: a gripping drama starring Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer and Emmy Award winner Aaron Paul, explores America’s obsession with true crime podcasts and navigates urgent concerns about privacy, media and race.

Release date: Truth Be Told premieres Friday, Dec. 6.


Hala: the film, which screened at both Sundance and the Toronto International Film Festival, follows a high school senior struggling to balance being a suburban teenager with her traditional Muslim upbringing.

Release date: Hala is streaming on Friday, Dec. 6.


The Banker:a feature film inspired by a true story, starring Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson as two African American entrepreneurs who try to circumvent the racial limitations of the 1950s and quietly provide housing loans to the African American community in Jim Crow Texas. Nia Long and Nicholas Hoult also star.

Release date: The Banker is in theaters Dec. 6 and streaming at a later date.

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