What you need to know
- Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show will premiere on Apple TV+ on November 5.
- A new first look video has been shared on YouTube.
Apple TV+ has shared a new first look video for the upcoming Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show show ahead of its November 5 premiere.
The new show stars Jack McBrayer and is designed to teach kids that "a little act of kindness can change the world."
The show joins a growing collection of other shows, movies, and documentaries that combine to make Apple TV+ some of the best value around in terms of streaming video content. Priced at just $4.99 per month and also available as part of the Apple One bundle, Apple TV+ really is money well spent — and more content is being picked up constantly, too.
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Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show will be available to stream on iPhones, iPads, Macs, streaming sticks, smart TVs, and pretty much anything else with an internet connection when it premieres on November 5.
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