See Which Shows Are Coming Back!

Joanna Estrada
November 8, 2019

The new streaming service, which has not yet disclosed details about subscribers or viewership activity, announced on Thursday (November 7) that four shows will be renewed with sophomore seasons.

Find out which Apple TV+ shows are getting a second season inside... Apple also has a batch of kid-focused series on the platform that had all episodes available at launch. All of these are Apple originals, as the streaming service has no library content.

Despite the Apple TV+ service only being a few days old, Apple has already renewed four of its original series for second seasons.

Anyways, this all bodes properly for Servant and Real truth Be Told, the two scripted sequence Apple Tv set+ will premiere later on this year.

All told, the platform has drawn "millions" of viewers to-date, the individual told us.

Per Apple's description, "See" takes place in the distant future, after a deadly virus decimated humankind. Those who survived emerged blind. It follows the story of fearless chief Baba Voss, the daddy of twins born centuries later with the mythic means to see-who should defend his tribe towards a robust but determined queen who believes it's witchcraft and desires them destroyed.

"Dickinson" is described by Apple as a half-hour comedy series that audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson (Steinfeld). Dickinson is Emily's coming-of-age story - one lady's battle to get her voice heard. At current, Apple TV consists of a most of eight unique collection and one of many documentary films and all are ad-free and unique to the service with Apple promising so as to add many extra films and reveals additional time on Apple Television.

Though we've been listening to about Apple TV and its lineup of unique programming for a lot of occasions, and a lot of the finer particulars are exclusively popping out now.

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