'Little America' out now on Apple TV+
What you need to know
- Apple TV+'s brand new show Little America is out now.
- Episodes 1-8 of Season one are all available to stream.
- The half-hour episodes form an anthology series about immigrants in America.
Apple's latest original content offering, Little America is out now on Apple TV+!
All eight episodes of season one are available to stream. The half-hour episodes are an anthology series about the surprising stories of immigrants in America. The show's description says:
You can check out the trailer for the new show below!
The news should be welcomed by Apple TV+ users, who have endured something of a drought in original content in recent weeks. Just a couple of weeks ago, Apple uploaded only 74 minutes of new content to the platform. It started off with plenty of momentum, thanks to its flagship shows, For All Mankind, See, The Morning Show, and Dickinson. Now that all of those shows have run their course however, much of the initial buzz has died down. Little America comes just in time to hopefully spur some fresh interest amongst viewers.
Next up, Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet will premiere on Apple TV+ on February 8. The show is a comedy series about a group video game developers who run a popular video game.
Little America now available!
Little America is here, and Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet is on the way!
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