Image from the series Servant of Shyamalan – APPLE TV – FILE
MADRID, 14 Apr. (CulturaOcio) –
Apple TV+ is a platform which offers content free of charge during the period of confinement, caused by the coronavirus. For a limited time, customers from more than 100 countries will be able to see part of its catalog of tv shows and movies. In this way, it joins the other services in the streaming and Rakuten TV or Movistar+ Lite.
Faced with an exceptional situation, movements such as the AppleTV+ allow liven to the public that remains in their homes during the period of detention. To access this free content, go to Apple.co/FreeForEveryone. The app of Apple TV is available on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod Touch, Mac, a selection of televisions, Samsung and LG devices and the Amazon Fire TV and Roku.
Among the free content which you can access is the documentary ‘Queen of elephants’, directed by Mark Deeble and Victoria Stone, a co-production between the United Kingdom and Kenya which shows the leadership of Athena, an elephant female, who must seek food for their young.
SERIES TO ENJOY AT HOME
Among the series that will be seen free of charge stand out ‘Little America’, created by Lee Eisenberg and that tells eight different stories about the reality of immigrants in the united States; ‘Servant’, psychological thriller in which takes part, M. Night Shyamalan as an executive producer.
‘For all humanity’, science fiction that raises the question about what would have happened if the Soviet Union had reached the Moon before the united States, or ‘Dickinson’, comedy in which Hailee Steinfeld plays the renowned american poet Emily Dickinson during their years of youth.
In addition, Apple TV+ also has prepared material to enjoy with the family as a series of preschool ‘Helpsters’, the fiction, factual and literary, ‘The ghost writer’ and ‘Snoopy in space’, with which the public of all ages will be reunited with the beloved Charlie Brown.