Apple is looking at opportunities to expand the content available on Apple TV+. The company is now in talks with MGM and Pac-12 to bring movies, TV shows, and college sports to the streaming service, according to a report from Wall Street Journal.
These are only preliminary talks with no deals on the table just yet, but these talks could lead to major deals for Apple TV+. It would also open the door for more third party content to find a place on the streaming platform in the future. Currently, Apple TV+ is only airing its small collection of original series which includes The Morning Show, See, and For All Mankind.
Even at the low price point of $4.99/month, many subscribers aren’t planning to stick with Apple TV+ long term. Deals like those in the works with MGM and Pac-12 could change that.
This is breaking news. We’ll be back with updates when we learn more about these talks between Apple and MGM and Pac-12.
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