Select Apple TV+ originals are now available to Canal+ subscribers at no extra cost, and they’ll also start broadcasting on the Canal+ channel soon.
- Canal+ subscribers can watch some Apple TV+ originals at no extra charge
- Free content is only available to stream through the myCanal app
- Apple will also broadcast free shows on the Canal+ channel
Canal+ subscribers get free Apple TV+ shows and movies
Canal+ is France’s largest premium pay-TV provider, with more than nine million subscribers. And now, all Canal+ subscribers can watch some of the best Apple TV+ originals without paying extra or subscribing to Apple’s service.
This is a result of a multiyear agreement that Apple and Canal+ Group have signed. As part of that deal, all existing and new Canal+ subscribers have gained free access to select Apple TV+ programming on their current set-top box via the myCanal app, which is also available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV.
View the myCanal app on the French App Store
At launch, 50 titles were available to Canal+ subscribers, and Apple will make more originals accessible via the myCanal app in the coming weeks. This offer and free content are unavailable through Apple’s TV app.
Apple TV+ now broadcasting on the Canal+ channel
Select Apple TV+ originals will also be broadcast on the Canal+ channel, starting with “The Morning Show,” which is now airing on the channel.
Some of the Apple TV+ originals that have recently debuted or are premiering soon on the platform include the romantic action-adventure “Ghosted”; “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie”; “Killers of the Flower Moon,” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro; spy thriller “Argylle”; and historical action epic “Napoleon” directed by Ridley Scott and starring Joaquin Phoenix.
“Drops of God” is now streaming on Apple TV+
“Liason” is a thriller film that seemingly has it all—action, espionage, political intrigue and love. It explores “how the mistakes of our past have the potential to destroy our future.” The movie is now available to stream on Apple TV+.
“Drops of God” is an eight-episode series revolving around Tokyo’s world of gastronomy and fine wines. Based on the popular manga from Tadashi Agi and Shu Okimoto, the show stars Fleur Geffrier and Tomohisa Yamashita.