Apple TV Plus is now firmly in the second half of its first year in the streaming service market, and it’s tough to figure out how it’s doing. Despite Apple’s investment in big, expensive programming with massive stars like The Morning Show, the platform doesn’t compare to the likes of Netflix and Hulu right now. Clearly, though, Apple is prepared for the long haul, with loads planned for 2020 and beyond, including its expensive-looking adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation. The busy flow of Apple TV Plus shows hasn’t ceased in 2020, either, with this year bringing the likes of Chris Evans drama Defending Jacob, and videogame-themed Mythic Quest from the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-creators. The future of movies on the platform is exciting, too: Apple is backing a $150 million+ movie from Martin Scorsese starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, according to reports. At WWDC 2020, Apple confirmed the Apple TV app was coming to Sony and Vizio TVs this summer, too, allowing more people to access its content. If you’ve picked up a new Apple device with a year’s Apple TV Plus membership, or you’re happy to sling another streamer a monthly fee to stay entertained in these days… Read full this story
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