Everything coming to Apple TV Plus in April 2020
Defending Jacob is one of the big releases on Apple TV Plus in April 2020. Here’s more about it and everything else arriving to the streaming service.
Apple TV Plus is a streaming service that is still growing. April 2020 sees some great new content heading to the streamer, and remember there are still some excellent shows like Servant and For All Mankind still to watch.
Throughout the month, the episodes are released on a weekly basis. This gives you the feeling of a streaming service (once a season has aired in full) but with the breakup of episodes. It can become less overwhelming trying to get through the content.
So, what’s coming to Apple TV Plus throughout April? While there are just a handful of shows, the streamer is still worth investing in.
The big addition is Defending Jacob, a limited series starring Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery. Based on the novel of the same name, the show tells the story of a young boy who is accused of murder. It’s up to his ADA father to do whatever it takes to protect his son. Will that mean hiding evidence?
Another great TV crime drama to look out for in April is Home Before Dark. The thrilling series is based on a true story of a young journalist who wants to uncover the truth about the disappearance of her father’s friend when they were kids.
If you’re a Beastie Boys fan, you’ll be excited to see The Beastie Boys Story. You’ll be taken through 40 years of friendship, including through the highs and lows of the band.
When you want something that feels short to watch, it’s all about Home. This reality show takes viewers into some of the most innovative home renovations. Maybe there are some ideas for while you’re stuck in quarantine.
Everything coming to Apple TV Plus in April 2020:
All episodes air weekly. The premiere dates are listed below.
- Home Before Dark
- Beastie Boys Story
- Defending Jacob
What are you watching on Apple TV Plus in April? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Get Apple TV Plus for $4.99 per month after a free trial. It’s available on Apple devices, Amazon Fire TV stick, Roku, and more.