This wild Apple TV Plus trailer proves it's the best deal in streaming

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WWDC 2024

WWDC 2024

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Apple TV Plus is on the cusp of celebrating its five-year anniversary and an ad in Apple's WWDC 2024 keynote shows it has truly cemented its place among the streaming giants in just a short amount of time.

The short trailer shows many of Apple's biggest hits on the platform, alongside what is expected next. Though it has not yet been uploaded as a separate video, go to 5:10 in the WWDC 2024 video below to watch it in all its glory. 

"The best in entertainment"

Coming out of the gates swinging, Tim Cook announced Apple TV Plus has placed at the very top of the list for highest-rated original programs in the last three years in a row. Cook then showed that Apple TV Plus knocks out Hulu, Disney Plus, Netflix, Prime Video, and more in original programming, celebrating the Emmy, Oscar, and BAFTA awards its shows and movies have received. 

This is followed up with nods to excellent originals like Killers of the Flower Moon, Masters of the Air, Shrinking, Severance, and so much more. This isn't just Apple patting itself on the back (though it is that too), it is also solidifying that a new season of Pachinko, Silo, Severance, and more is on the way, alongside movies like Fly Me to the Moon, which stars Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, and Woody Harrelson.

The best Apple TV Plus TV shows are enthralling and urge you to click "Next episode" at the end and the best Apple TV Plus movies are filled with award-winning actors and directors. Though its backlog isn't as large as other streaming services, Apple TV Plus' original movies and shows take a well-deserved spotlight in this trailer. If you haven't renewed that subscription, now might be the perfect time. 

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James Bentley

James is a staff writer and general Jack of all trades at iMore. With news, features, reviews, and guides under his belt, he has always liked Apple for its unique branding and distinctive style. Originally buying a Macbook for music and video production, he has since gone on to join the Apple ecosystem with as many devices as he can fit on his person. 

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  • Ledsteplin
    I'm still not impressed. Apple seems to avoid the kind of movies and shows I like. I've tried a lot of their content, and most falls under Boring.
  • Bla1ze
    Apple TV has a lot of great shows that I'm sure appeal to plenty of folks but there's literally nothing there has made me want to sign up for it again. The one show that did that is now gone - Ted Lasso.