What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared a documentary to commemorate the final season of Dickinson.
- The documentary goes behind the scenes of the popular show.
- The third and final season of Dickinson is on Apple TV+ now.
Streamer Apple TV+ has shared a new 23-minute documentary that takes viewers behind the scenes of hit show Dickinson. The documentary, which commemorates the final season of the show, can be watched on Apple TV+ and via YouTube. It's also embedded below.
The documentary, dubbed From Dickinson, With Love and spotted by Variety, sees star Hailee Steinfeld and series creator Alena Smith take us on a tour of the show with multiple cast members and crew also involved throughout.
Fans of Dickinson can watch the entire third and final season on Apple TV+ right now while those new to the show now have plenty to catch up on. It might be a good idea to watch the documentary later if you fall into that camp, however.
Dickinson is just one of the many standout shows on Apple TV+ right now, a service that costs $4.99 per month and is some of the best value in the business. It's also part of the Apple One subscription bundle, too.
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