Apple outs animated musical comedy 'Central Park' for Apple TV+
What you need to know
- "Central Park" will be an animated musical comedy.
- It'll arrive on Apple TV+ "soon."
- It features Kristen Bell and more.
Apple has announced a new animated musical comedy called "Central Park." The show will star Kriston Bell and Josh Gad, among others.
Apple says that the show will feature 13 half-hour episodes when it does arrive on Apple TV+, although it isn't saying exactly when that will be just yet. It does, however, say that it's written by Emmy Award-winner Loren Bouchard.
If the idea of an animated music comedy doesn't sound like it's up your street, you're not alone. But it's great to see more breadth to the Apple TV+ library and there's no denying that this sounds interesting at the very least.
When "Central Park" does make an appearance you'll need an Apple TV+ subscription to get in on the action. Subscribers can pay $4.99 per month to watch Apple TV+ on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. Some buyers of new Apple hardware can also get a free year of Apple TV+, too.
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