On November 1, a set of familiar faces will be occupying the morning news desk on a new series. The platform you’ll watch it on? A little less familiar. The Morning Show, starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell, will be one of the debut shows viewers can watch on AppleTV+. It’s one of the first in a string of planned streaming services to enter the landscape in the near future.
Starting today, audiences can watch the first three episodes of The Morning Show, which follows morning newscaster Alex Levy (Aniston) as she loses her longtime co-anchor Mitch Kessler (Carrell) after #MeToo allegations against him. Enter Bradley Jackson, an ambitious reporter played by Reese Witherspoon. After the initial three episodes, new installments will be released every Friday.
The Morning Show is one of the most high-profile projects to air on AppleTV+, but in order to watch, you’ll have to know how to access it. Below, a list of options to get started.
You’ll be able to watch The Morning Show via the Apple TV app for $4.99 per month. But before you invest in a full month of the service, you can watch with a free seven-day trial. The app is available on several platforms, including:
- Apple TV
- iPod touch
- Select Samsung smart TVs
- Select Roku devices
- Online at tv.apple.com
Additionally, if you’re in the market for a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch or Mac, you’ll get one year of Apple TV+ for free with purchase. Up to six family members can share one AppleTV+ subscription, so begin strategizing now.
Other shows available at AppleTV+’s launch include Dickinson, a reimagining of Emily Dickinson’s life starring Hailee Steinfeld, and See, a futuristic drama headlined by Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard. Additionally, the first episode of Oprah’s Book Club (a discussion with Ta-Nehisi Coates about The Water Dancer), documentary The Elephant Queen, and three children’s shows launched today. And you can safely get invested in The Morning Show, as it’s already confirmed for two 10-episode seasons.