Apple TV+ debuts a new trailer for four sports docuseries
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared a new trailer highlighting new and existing sports docuseries.
- Apple TV+ has a number of upcoming series that will whet the appetite of sports fans.
- You'll need an Apple TV+ subscription to watch.
Apple TV+ has today shared a new trailer that gives us all a new look at four sports docuseries covering basketball, surfing, and more.
The new video, which runs for more than a minute, gives us a peek at what we can expect from four series including They Call Me Magic, The Long Game, Make or Break, and Greatness Code. An Apple TV+ subscription will be needed for to watch all four series unless you happen to have an Apple One subscription bundle.
Check out the new trailer to get a feel for what's on the horizon for Apple TV+ sports fans.
Official Preview — Featuring @MagicJohnson, @LindseyVonn, @MakurMaker, @Gabriel1Medina and many others, this exciting slate of sports titles shows what makes the greats great. https://t.co/WgYHloW6YH— pic.twitter.com/pryrt0OrzpOfficial Preview — Featuring @MagicJohnson, @LindseyVonn, @MakurMaker, @Gabriel1Medina and many others, this exciting slate of sports titles shows what makes the greats great. https://t.co/WgYHloW6YH— pic.twitter.com/pryrt0Orzp— Apple TV+ (@AppleTVPlus) April 7, 2022April 7, 2022
The Long Game
They Call Me Magic
Make or Break
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