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The clip highlights some of Apple TV+'s most-watched Apple Originals, including popular productions like "Defending Jacob," "For All Mankind," and "Greyhound."
The video opens with the sound of someone typing and text that reads, "In 1969, America lands the first man on the moon."
A few seconds later, the text is changed to "In 1969, America watches as the USSR lands the first man on the moon," the plot of Apple Original "For All Mankind."
The clip continues similarly for Apple's critically acclaimed thriller, "Servant," Emmy-award winning newsroom drama "The Morning Show," sports comedy "Ted Lasso," heartwrenching family drama "Defending Jacob," and record-breaking World War II drama, "Greyhound."
Apple TV+ has just completed its first year and consists primarily of content exclusive to Apple TV. It has become home to a wide swath of programs, from children's programming like "The Helpsters" and "Ghostwriter" to compelling true crime stories like "Truth be Told."