This new 'Stillwater' trailer is heartwarming and wholesome and it's what we need
What you need to know
- There's a new Stillwater trailer out and it's going to make you feel warm inside.
Apple TV+ today shared a new trailer for Stillwater, an upcoming show featuring a family that has a special neighbor – a talking panda.
The uplifting series will debut on December 4 and features James Sie. Judah Mackey. Eva Binder, and Tucker Chandler. The latest trailer gives us a look at what to expect – and it's enough to give you that warm feeling inside. The one we're all in need of in 2020.
Stillwater will be available to all Apple TV+ subscribers as well as those who subscribe to Apple One. The show joins a growing roster of series, movies, and documentaries as the streaming service enters its second year.
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By Tammy Rogers