What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has announced "The Big Conn," a new documentary series.
- The series tells the story of the largest social security fraud ever committed against the U.S. government.
- "The Big Conn" will premiere on Apple TV+ on May 5.
Update, February 17 (6:45 pm ET): "The Big Conn" will reportedly premiere on May 6.
A new true-crime documentary is coming to Apple TV+.
Today, Apple announced "The Big Conn," a new four-part documentary series that tells the story of Eric C. Conn, an attorney who "defrauded the government over half a billion dollars in the largest Social Security fraud case in history." According to Apple, all four parts of the docuseries will premiere when it debuts on the streaming service on Thursday, May 5.
In addition to the series, Apple is also launching a companion podcast podcast " that will explore Conn's con and outrageous lifestyle further with additional interviews and behind-the-scenes details." The podcast will premiere alongside of the documentary series on May 5 as well.
"The Big Conn" will make its worldwide debut at SXSW in March before coming to Apple TV+ in May.
"The Big Conn" will premiere on Apple TV+ on May 5. The companion podcast will also debut on that date. If you want to watch the documentary in the best quality possible, the best device to do so is on the new Apple TV 4K.
Update, February 17 (6:45 pm ET) — "The Big Conn" will reportedly premiere on May 6.
iMore has been informed that "The Big Conn" will actually premiere on Friday, May 6th rather that Thursday, May 5th, the date that was included in Apple's press release.
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