Nearly a week since the launch of Apple's new streaming service, Apple TV+ has announced that three of their exclusive series' will each be given a second season. These series include Dickinson, For All Mankind and See. The Morning Show, Apple's high profile drama starring Jennifer Anniston, was originally ordered for two seasons, and will return as well.
Fortunately, the wait for each series' respective sequel season may be shorter than expected. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Apple planned for each of their exclusive series to be given a second season a few months prior to today's announcement. Despite production having already begun for For All Mankind and Dickinson, an official release date for either show's second season has yet to be revealed.
In an effort to compete with popular streaming companies such as Netflix and Hulu, Apple announced earlier this year that it would be releasing its own streaming service called Apple TV+. The service made its public debut on November 1st, 2019, with a competitive price of $5/month. Also launching alongside the service were four exclusive series that featured some of Hollywood's most esteemed talent such as Jennifer Anniston, Steve Carell, Hailey Steinfeld, Joel Kinnaman, and Jason Momoa.
See is a post-apocalyptic drama starring Jason Momoa that takes place in a world where mankind has lost the ability to see. For All Mankind is a historical fiction series where the Soviet Union was the first nation to land a man on the moon. Finally, Dickinson is a black comedy starring Hailey Steinfeld as the eccentric writer Emily Dickinson.
The first seasons for The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind and See are each available now on Apple TV+.