What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has a documentary coming soon all about shooting stars.
- "Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds" lands on Apple TV+ November 13.
- The documentary just had its official trailer appear on YouTube.
Upcoming Apple TV+ shooting star documentary "Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds" has a new official trailer up on Apple TV+ and it looks stellar. Out of this world. It's Apple TV+'s shining star.
You get the idea.
The new film arrives on Apple TV+ on November 13 and viewers will need an Apple TV+ subscription to take it all in. That'll run you $4.99 per month and it's going to be the best money you spend on TV content thanks to huge shows like "For All Mankind," "The Morning Show," and more.
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With TV+, you can watch well-produced, big-budget TV shows from famed directors, and starring award-winning actors and actresses across all your Apple devices and with up to six members of your Family Sharing group.
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