What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has given us another look behind the scenes of Stephen King's Lisey's Story.
- The thriller is available to watch on Apple TV+ now.
Apple TV+ hit Lisey's Story continues its promotion via YouTube with a new video that takes us on "a trip into Amanda's mind" based on episode three of the show. There's a teaser of episode four's content in there, too.
The show, based on Stephen King's book by the same name, features Julianne Moore and Clive Owen as it takes viewers on a rollercoaster the likes of which only King can construct.
Check out the promo video to get a taste of what's in store.
Lisey's Story is one of the standout Appel TV+ shows, but it's joined by many more that make the $4.99 per month asking price a bargain — especially if you use other Apple services and can take advantage of the Apple One subscription bundle.
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