What you need to know
- The Problem With Jon Stewart returns to Apple TV+ next month.
- A new weekly format is also being announced today.
- New episodes will be available every Thursday from March 3.
Apple TV+ has today announced that The Problem With Jon Stewart is coming back to our screens with a new weekly format.
Apple TV+ also says that the weekly show will get a companion podcast that "expands the conversation from each series episode, featuring staff writers from across the show who have conversations with activists in the space, share facts on the issue, and of course, bring plenty of jokes."
You will of course need a $4.99 per month Apple TV+ subscription to watch the new episodes unless you already have it as part of the Apple One subscription bundle. Those already paying for Apple Arcade and Apple Music should definitely check that out, too.
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