'Defending Jacob' starring Chris Evans is now available on Apple TV+
What you need to know
- There's a new series on Apple TV+.
- Defending Jacob starring Chris Evans (Captain America) is now available!
- It charts the story of an attorney in a small town in Massachusetts.
Apple TV+'s latest show, Defending Jacob is now available on Apple TV+.
The first three episodes of the show were released on Apple TV+ today, April 24, and new episodes will premiere every Friday thereafter. Apple announced the show back in January stating:
Apple released a trailer for the new series four weeks ago, which you can check out below!
As noted, Defending Jacob is based on the 2012 New York Times best-selling novel of the same name written by William Landay.
'Defending Jacob' out now!
Three episodes of Defending Jacob are now available!
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Yet another Apple TV + show that redefines the meaning of meh. How much longer can the platform keep chugging along without a must-see show?
Not terrible so far. With that being said, definitely could be better and Apple TV+ really needs some more must see types shows to get people to stay after the 1 year free they gave out.