What you need to know
- Apple TV+ is already getting new "The Snoopy Show" episodes next year.
- Now it's also getting iconic "Peanuts" specials as well.
- New one-off episodes for holidays are also coming.
Apple TV+ is already set to get some new "Snoopy Show" episodes next year but now it's getting a lot more as well. Announced by WildBrain, classic "Peanuts" specials are also coming to the streaming service.
The new specials will include the show's characters celebrating everything from Earth Day to going back to school.
As spotted by MacRumors, the specials will be joined by some of the iconic shows you might already be familiar with.
Fans of Snoopy will need an Apple TV+ subscription to take a ton of this in, so make sure you're all signed up. Apple TV+ is available for $4.99 per month with the content library growing almost constantly.
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