Apple TV+ will dive into Abraham Lincoln and slavery with new docuseries on February 18
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has announced a new docuseries about Abraham Lincoln and his journey to end slavery.
- The series will be narrated by Jeffrey Wright and feature the voices of Bill Camp as Abraham Lincoln and Leslie Odom Jr. as Frederick Douglass.
- The four-part series will premiere on February 18.
Streamer Apple TV+ has today announced a new four-part documentary series that will be "a fresh exploration of President Lincoln and the complex journey to end slavery." The new series will be called Lincoln's Dilemma.
The new series will be narrated by Jeffrey Wright and feature the voices of Bill Camp as Abraham Lincoln and Leslie Odom Jr. as Frederick Douglass.
The new documentary series will join a growing list of factual shows that are well complemented by big-budget movies and engrossing TV shows.
Apple TV+ also confirmed that the series will premiere on February 18 with all four episodes available to stream on day one. You will of course need an Apple TV+ subscription to take it all in unless you are an Apple One subscriber.
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