Apple TV+ Shows will be Released on Blu-ray Later this Year


Some Apple Original shows have grown in popularity, and the first place you might think to look for them is on Apple TV+. On the other hand, those who do not subscribe to Apple’s streaming service will soon be able to watch SEE, For All Mankind, and other Apple shows on Blu-ray and DVD.

Apple TV+ shows are being Released on Blu-ray

For All Mankind’s Blu-ray release was already confirmed in August. However, as Sigmund Judge points out, there are a number of other Apple TV+ shows that will be available in stores on physical media in the near future. Other popular shows in this category include SEE, Truth Be Told, and The Morning Show.

It’s important to remember that, despite the Blu-Ray and DVD releases, Apple will not distribute these shows directly. Instead, they’ve been licensed to Dazzler Media, a movie and television show publisher.

The following is the complete release schedule for Apple Original shows on Blu-ray:

SEE (Season 1):  October 31, 2021 

SEE (Season 2):  November 14, 2021

For All Mankind (Season 1):  November 28, 2022 

Truth Be Told (Season 1):  The Morning Show(Season 1): December 5, 2022 

For All Mankind (Season 2):   December 26, 2022 

The Morning Show (Season 2):  January 23, 2023. 

Truth Be Told (Season 2):  February 6, 2023 

These aren’t the first Apple Originals shows to be released on physical media. Last year, Paramount began Blu-ray distribution of the Apple TV+ limited series Defending Jacob. Of course, purchasing all of these shows on Blu-ray will almost certainly cost more than the $4.99 monthly Apple TV+ subscription.

For Apple TV+ subscribers, the platform recently announced a slew of new content. This includes the Selena Gomez documentary My Mind & Me, the Jon Stewart news show The Problem, and a documentary about Sidney Poitier’s life and legacy.

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