What you need to know
- Apple TV+ documentary "Dads" will air on Father's Day.
- A new trailer for the film has been shared to YouTube.
- The documentary includes stars like Will Smith, Jimmy Fallon, and more.
Apple TV+ has a new documentary film arriving on Father's Day, June 21. Simply titled "Dads," the film will take us through what it means to be a father and how people deal with it. Including some of the biggest stars around.
If there's one thing to come out of watching the trailer, it's relief that every father's terrified of the same thing – screwing up!
You'll also recognize the name of the person behind the film, not to mention those of her family.
If this trailer is any indication of what to expect from the documentary, I'm all in. I'll be ready, a box of tissues in hand.
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