The first season of hit Apple TV+ shows, including Ted Lasso, The Morning Show, Bad Sisters and more, will be free to watch on the streaming service through January 3.


In the United States, users who do not subscribe to ‌Apple TV+ will be able to watch the first season of Ted Lasso, The Morning Show, Trying, Prehistoric Planet, and Bad Sisters for free in the ‌Apple TV+ app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. The show will run until January 3 and was first spotted 9to5Mac.

‌Apple TV+ costs $6.99 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial for new subscribers. Users can also subscribe to ‌Apple TV+ with an Apple One bundle or with the three-month free trial offered when you purchase a new Apple device.

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