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Trailers for two new Apple TV+ thrillers "Truth be Told" and "Servant" were aired during last nights Emmy Awards, giving viewers a sneak peek at two new shows Apple has to offer.
The ads also have appeared on the Apple TV YouTube channel. Both "Servant" and "Truth Be Told" will debut on Apple TV+. Neither show will be available when the service launches on November 1, but are expected to show up shortly after.
"Truth Be Told" is a true-crime drama that stars Octavia Spencer ("The Help", "The Shape of Water") and Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad", "BoJack Horseman.) The premise of the show follows a famous true-crime podcaster as she is forced to take a second look at a crime she had helped solve when presented with new evidence that may change the original conviction.
Psychological thriller "Servant" is a 10-episode mini-series written by Tony Basgallop and produced by M. Night Shyamalan.
"Servant" tells the story of a Philadelphia couple in mourning after a tragedy causes a rift in their marriage and allowing a mysterious force to enter their home.
Apple has been steadily releasing information about the new Apple TV+ lineup that viewers can expect from the service. Apple TV+ will be available in 150 countries upon launch and costs $4.99 a month, though anyone who buys a new iPhone, Mac, or an Apple TV will receive a year of Apple TV+ for free.