What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared the first trailer for They Call Me Magic.
- The new Magic Johnson documentary will arrive on April 22.
Apple TV+ has shared the first trailer for its upcoming basketball documentary They Call Me Magic. The new documentary tells the story of the life and career of Earvin "Magic" Johnson and will premiere on April 22.
The new trailer comes as the documentary makes its debut at the 2022 SXSW Film festival in Austin, Texas, with the movie giving us a "rare glimpse" behind the scenes of one of the most iconic basketball names around.
The new documentary will land next month which means you have plenty of time to sign up for Apple TV+. You'll need to be a subscriber to watch, of course, with Apple One also a good option for those who already pay for other Apple services like Apple Arcade and Apple Music.
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