Apple TV+ shares a new 'Foundation' first look ahead of its September 24 premiere
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared a new first look video for Foundation.
- The Isaac Asimov classic story will premiere on September 24.
Apple TV+ has shared a new first look video for the hugely exciting Foundation show ahead of its premiere on September 24 — the same day we will see the arrival of the best iPhone ever — iPhone 13.
Shared to YouTube, the video features scenes from the show while stars talk about what we can expect when it premieres next week.
Check out the video and prepare to be excited for Friday!
This is just the latest high-profile show to come to Apple TV+ and it arrives a week after the second season of The Morning Show also made its debut. It's a big few weeks for Apple with the arrival of iPhone 13 and other new hardware announcements, but it's a huge time for Apple TV+ content, too.
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