What you need to know
- Pretzel and the Puppies star Mark Duplass has been reading a book to a group of puppies.
- Pretzel is the book that the new Apple TV+ show is based on.
- Pretzel and the Puppies is now available to stream on Apple TV+.
You can now listen as Pretzel and the Puppies star Mark Duplass reads Pretzel, the story that the new Apple TV+ show is based on.
Available to watch on Apple TV+ from today, the new kids' show is based on the original book Pretzel by Margret Rey. In this new promotional video, Duplass reads the book to a group of adorable puppies.
Another Apple TV+ show aimed at kids and families, Pretzel and the Puppies is available as an eight-episode run on Apple TV+ right now and also stars Nasim Pedrad, Milo Stein, and Alex Jayne Go.
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