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Watch the trailer for Apple's first TV+ documentary 'The Elephant Queen'

It centers on a family undertaking a search for a new home.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
October 7, 2019
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Apple has more than TV shows up its sleeve for the debut of TV+ next month. Among the day-one titles for the service is The Elephant Queen. A trailer for the feature-length documentary, which actor Chiwetel Ejiofor narrates, centers on a family of these astonishing creatures. The Elephant Queen follows the herd's search for a new home, led by matriarch Athena.

It'll join a lineup of shows Apple is planning for the first wave of titles on TV+, including the star-studded The Morning Show, a comedy based on the life of Emily Dickinson and alternate-history space race saga For All Mankind. Also on deck are kids shows Ghostwriter and Helpsters, sci-fi series See and M. Night Shyamalan's Servant.

Like many of those shows, The Elephant Queen hits Apple TV+ on the service's November 1st launch day. You may have a chance to catch it before then, though, as it'll arrive in theaters October 18th.

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