Isaac Asimov's 'Foundation' premieres on Apple TV+ on September 24
What you need to know
- Isaac Asimov's Foundation will premiere on Apple TV+ this September 24.
- The exciting show also has a new teaser that will do more than whet the appetite.
Isaac Asimov's Foundation, a hotly anticipated addition to Apple TV+, will join the streaming service's growing catalog of first-party content on September 24. There will be three episodes available initially with a new episode landing every Friday.
Apple TV+ made the announcement via a press release (opens in new tab) earlier and also gave us another teaser to enjoy. Anyone who wasn't already pumped to take in Foundation will be by the time they get to the end of this 2:20 video!
The show will star Emmy Award nominees Jared Harris and Lee Pace, alongside "rising stars Lou Llobell and Leah Harvey."
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