Watch Courtney Barnett perform the 'Harriet the Spy' theme song in this Apple TV+ video
What you need to know
- Harriet the Spy is now streaming on Apple TV+.
- Apple TV+ has shared a video of Courtney Barnett performing the show's theme song.
With Apple TV+ show Harriet the Spy now streaming fans can also take in a performance of Smile Real Nice, its; catchy theme song.
Apple TV+ has shared a video showing a full performance of the song by Courtney Barnett & Stella Mozgawa and it's well worth a watch — and listen! — by anyone who finds themselves enjoying the theme song as much as the show.
Check it out!
Harriet the Spy follows an 11-year-old as she sets about spying on everyone so she can learn everything and is, of course, based on the famous novel.
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