Apple TV+ shares another 'Central Park' lyric video, this time for 'The Name is Johnnie Lee'
What you need to know
- Fans of Apple TV+ show Central Park have another lyric video to sing along to.
- Central Park singlalong videos give us a chance to bop along to some of the catchiest tunes in the show.
- The first two seasons of Central Park are now available to stream on Apple TV+.
Apple TV+ has streamed the latest in a series of lyric videos designed to get us all singing along to some of the catchiest songs ever to grade Central Park.
The latest video to be shared by the Apple TV+ YouTube channel covers The Name is Johnie Lee and will have you tapping your foot and singing along in record time.
Central Park is a musical comedy for all the family with the first two episodes are now available to stream online. You can watch the Apple TV+ show on iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TV hardware as well as a number of streaming sticks and game consoles. Some smart televisions also have an Apple TV app available, too.
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