Several Apple TV+ Shows Are Going Free Right Now For A Limited Time

Despite there being a ton of streamers available to binge shows on during the quarantine period, stacking subscriptions on top of one another is a surefire way of ripping a new one in your wallet. Thankfully, Apple’s very own premium streaming service, Apple TV+, has made a handful of its original series (not just one free episode, but an ENTIRE season!) free to stream without having to invest in a subscription.

For All Mankind

Of course, this offer is only available for a limited time only, and while Apple hasn’t made clear when exactly this will end, now’s certainly the best time to take to your TV or laptop and start streaming away.

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To access the free shows, all you need to do is access the Apple TV+ app on any Apple device with your Apple ID (or any compatible device), and go under the “Free For Everyone” tab. Alternatively, you can scroll over to the Apple TV+ section and look under “Free Apple Originals”, and voila; free shows to binge for the next week or two.

While the list notably doesn’t include Apple’s standout Apple TV+ show, The Morning Show, there is still much to celebrate among these other shows. For one, Dickinson is quite an interesting take on one of America’s greatest poets of all time, Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld), as the characters speak and act as if they were in the 21st Century, while still being set in the 19th Century.


Servant is another notable series, this time directed by the Unbreakable trilogy director, M. Night Shyamalan. Yet another psychological horror piece in Shyamalan’s roster, this series follows the story of a family in Philadelphia, who hire a new nanny not long after the death of their baby boy.


Without further ado, here is the list of shows that will be made free on Apple TV+:

  • Dickinson
  • The Elephant Queen
  • For All Mankind
  • Ghostwriter
  • Helpsters
  • Little America
  • Servant
  • Snoopy in Space

Another piece of good news is that all the content above isn’t region locked, as Apple has made the shows available worldwide. As such, if you’ve a stickler for a VPN-less internet usage, then this will no doubt appeal to you.

Other big-name companies that have made their shows available include HBO, which has made exclusive shows in the US and Asia free to stream too.

Additionally, you can check out this massive list of shows available elsewhere on the Internet.

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