Apple makes some of its originals available for free

'Servant,' 'For All Mankind' and 'Dickinson' are just a few of them.

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In case you’ve already blown through some of the free content streaming from sources like HBO, Comcast and others, Apple is also cracking open its TV+ library. As long as you have a device with the Apple TV app, there are a few series and movies for you to check out at no cost by clicking right here.

Series: Little America, Servant, For All Mankind, Dickinson

Film: The Elephant Queen

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When you open the app they’ll be right in the Free for Everyone section, which includes content from HBO and Epix. It doesn’t include some highly-touted series like The Morning Show or Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, but at a price of $0 we can’t complain. Also, don’t forget that the Apple TV app is available on a lot more platforms now. While Windows and Android aren’t on the list, you can access it on non-Apple hardware like Samsung or LG TVs, Roku devices and Amazon Fire TV.

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Apple makes some of its originals available for free