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

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In the US, 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 promotion will last until January 3 and was first discovered by 9to5Mac.

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

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