The series and their synopses can be found below:
See: Starring Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Alfre Woodard (Luke Cage), See is set in an apocalyptic future where a virus has destroyed the human race and rendered the remaining population blind. The surviving humans must adapt to their new scenario and do what they can to survive.
The Morning Show: Starring Steve Carell (The Office), Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies) and Jennifer Aniston (Murder Mystery), this series explores the cutthroat world of a daytime talk show.
Dickinson: This dark, coming-of-age comedy stars Hailee Steinfeld (Pitch Perfect 3) as the poet Emily Dickinson as she questions societal, familial and gender norms.
For All Mankind: This series presents an alternate future where the space race never ended and space travel still plays a major role in world culture and politics.
Snoopy in Space: Follow along with Snoopy as he pursues his dreams to become an astronaut. With the help of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew, he takes control of the International Space station to explore the galaxy.
Helpsters: From the makers of Sesame Street, this new children’s series follows a team of vibrant monsters who love to help solve problems.
Ghostwriter: This reboot of the original series will follows four kids who are brought together by a mysterious ghost in a neighborhood bookstore, and team up to release fictional characters from works of literature.
Oprah Winfrey: Winfrey sits down with the world’s most compelling authors to build the biggest and most vibrant book club on the planet and bring about positive and meaningful change.
The Elephant Queen: This documentary follows a matriarch elephant and her herd as they struggle to survive on an epic journey of life, loss and homecoming.
Apple also has various other programs in development for the service following its initial launch, including Servant, M. Night Shyamalan's psychological thriller starring Rupert Grint (Harry Potter); Truth Be Told, Octavia Spencer (Hidden Figures) and Aaron Paul's (Breaking Bad) drama about America's growing obsession with true crime podcasts; Little America, which tells the stories of immigrants living in America based on the articles in Epic Magazine; Anthony Mackie (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) and Samuel L. Jackson's (Spider-Man: Far From Home) The Banker, a film about two entrepreneurs who try to provide housing loans to the African American community in Jim Crow Texas; and Hala, a movie about a high school senior struggling to balance her secular American lifestyle with her Islamic religious convictions.
Apple TV+ launches on Nov. 1, 2019. The service will cost $5/month, but those that buy a new Apple device will receive a one-year subscription for free.