There's a new official trailer for Apple TV+'s 'Visible: Out on Television'
What you need to know
- The show is a five-part documentary series.
- It features big names from the world of showbiz.
- The show premieres exclusively on Apple TV+ on February 14.
Apple has shared an official trailer for "Visible: Out on Television" on YouTube. The show will arrive on Apple TV+ on February 14th and will comprise five episodes.
The new trailer shows glimpses of interviews with some huge names in the world of show business as they explain how they deal with an industry still coming to terms with its place in the LGBTQ+ community.
You'll need an Apple TV+ subscription if you want to watch "Visible: Out on Television" come February 14. That means handing over $4.99 per month. All the family gets access from a single subscription and new device buyers also get a free year, too. Eligible devices include iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, iPod touch, and Mac.
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