What you need to know
- The Snoopy Show returns to Apple TV+ on March 11.
- All six episodes of the new season will air on the same day.
- More Peanuts content is coming to the streaming service.
Apple TV+ has confirmed that The Snoopy Show will return to our screens for a second season on March 11.
The kids' show will premiere its second season with all six new episodes on that March date — and there's a new trailer to get you in the mood, too. The date will see the return of a beloved Apple TV+ show.
You'll need an Apple TV+ subscription to enjoy all of this, of course. Priced at $4.99 per month that might be some of the best value around right now. It's also available as part of the Apple One subscription bundle, too.
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