Apple TV+ debuts the season finale for “The Morning Show” and “For All Mankind”

The season finale for two of Apple’s most popular originals — “The Morning Show” and “For All Mankind” — debuted earlier this morning on the Apple TV+ video-streaming service.

If you missed some episodes, you can now go back and binge-watch the entire season. In the season finale for “The Morning Show,” the team “faces a fateful day as a plan to shake up UBA is set in motion,” reads the episode preview.

The “For All Mankind” episode preview: “Ed handles a trespasser. Ellen and Deke chart a new course without Mission Control.” Apple already renewed both shows for another 10-episode season, as well as “Servant” and “See” (whose first season wrapped up a fortnight ago).

While these popular shows are finishing up for the year, the Cupertino tech giant also released new episodes of “Servant” and “Truth Be Told” to its streaming platform.

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The fifth episode of “Truth Be Told” — titled “Graveyard Love” — has Poppy continuing to “build her new case, while Warren faces repercussions for his actions. Meanwhile, the sixth episode of “Servant” — titled “Rain” — comes with the following show notes: “Leanne’s strange uncle arrives unexpectedly. Dorothy fights to keep her nanny.”

“The Morning Show” stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon

Contrary to Netflix, Apple employs a multi-faceted release strategy. Some shows are released episodically on a weekly basis while others, like “The Morning Show” and “For All Mankind,” arrived with the first three episodes available from day one, then new episodes hit every Friday.

I absolutely love “For All Mankind,” it’s my favorite Apple original so far.  “The Morning Show” is the first Apple TV+ show to gain prestigious Golden Globe award nominations.

More original shows are coming to the service in January, February and beyond.

Some of the upcoming projects include “Little America”, an immigration anthology scheduled to hit the service January 17, 2020. That show has also been renewed for a second season.

Apple TV+ costs $5 per month after a free 7-day trial.