What you need to know
- Apple has unveiled a new game show called Play, Pause, Delete on its YouTube channel.
- The show asks artists to "make the tough decisions about music, culture, and everything in between."
- The first episode of the show stars rapper Coi Leray.
Apple has a new game show and it is exclusively on the company's YouTube channel.
Earlier today, Apple announced its new Play, Pause, Delete game show on its official YouTube channel. The new series, which stars rapper Coi Leray in the first episode, asks artists to "make the tough decisions about music, culture, and everything in between."
You can check out the first episode of Play, Pause, Delete on the official Apple YouTube channel below:
It's currently unclear if Apple might bring the new show to some of its other services like Apple TV+ or Apple Music.
Just yesterday, it was revealed that Carpool Karaoke: The Series would be making a return to the small screen. While the first four seasons of the show are currently living on Apple Music, the upcoming fifth season will live on Apple TV+ instead. The report did say that the first four seasons will also be available on Apple's streaming service.
So, while it appears that Play, Pause, Delete is currently making YouTube its home, it is always possible the new game show will make its way to another location.
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