What you need to know
- "Long Way Up" stars Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman.
- The pair are executive producers of the show as well.
- It follows the pair as they cover 13,000 miles on a pair of electric bikes.
The first official trailer for new Apple TV+ show "Long Way Up" is available to watch right now. Shared to the Apple TV YouTube Channel, the trailer runs for more than two minutes and gives us a great first look at what to expect from the show.
The show will debut on Apple TV+ on September 18, 2020 with new episodes arriving weekly.
This trailer comes after Apple TV+ shared more details about the show last month.
This kind of thing isn't my usual jam but who can say now to Ewan McGregor, right?
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