Home Before Dark is one of Apple TV+’s newest original series. It’s a mystery show produced by Paramount Television and Anonymous Content inspired by real events involving a 9-year old investigative journalist. The young journalist and her family move to a small lakeside town from New York City. When the girl discovers the community is concealing information about a cold case, she decides to investigate the matter, uncovering secrets that have long gone unsolved.
When did Home Before Dark premiere?
The first season of Home Before Dark premiered Friday, April 3rd — exclusively on Apple TV+. The first season of the series saw stars like Adrian Hough, Brooklynn Prince, Deric McCabe, Jibrail Nantambu, Jim Sturgess, and Joelle Carter. Every episode of the first season was directed by Jon M. Chu of Crazy Rich Asians, Now You See Me 2, and GI. Joe: Retaliation.
When will Home Before Dark Season 2 be released?
Apple TV+ ordered a second season for the series before its premiere, however, no official release date has been provided. This move by Apple places Home Before Dark beside other successful Apple TV+ series like Dickinson, For All Mankind, and The Morning Show. The first season was another fantastic Apple TV+ entry into the increasingly competitive world of original programming. Apple has recently invested billions of dollars into its original content to compete with services like Netflix and Disney+.
How to stream Home Before Dark online
From casting devices to smart TVs, there are more than a few ways to stream Home Before Dark. Since Home Before Dark is an Apple TV+ original series, you’ll need to subscribe and create an account to watch. A subscription to Apple TV+ costs $4.99/mo.
Apple TV + works with more than just Apple and iOS devices, so if you don’t have an Apple product, you’ll still be able to watch Home Before Dark. In fact, Apple TV+ is compatible with most connected devices, with the big exception of Android products. Here’s a list of some of the most popular devices you can use to view Apple TV+ content:
Amazon Fire TV devices, like Amazon Fire TV Stick, for instance, can stream Apple TV+ if you have an Apple subscription. Compatible devices include Amazon Fire TV Stick ($39.99) and Amazon Fire TV Cube ($119.99). Once you login to your Apple TV+ account, you’ll be able to stream content just like you would through any other app.
Apple TV and iOS devices are compatible with Apple TV+, including iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac. Just be sure to update your Apple devices to the latest version of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, or tvOS, respectively.
Roku is similar to third-party devices like Amazon Fire TV, where you can stream content after downloading the Apple TV+ app and signing into your account. The entry-level Roku Express costs $29.99 — and there are a variety of other devices that’ll work as well, including Roku Premiere ($39.99), Roku Streaming Stick+ ($39.99), and Roku Ultra ($99.99).
Smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, and VIZIO are also compatible with Apple TV+. Make sure your smart TV is updated with the latest firmware. From there, download the Apple TV+ app and enter your login information.
Web browsers also work with Apple TV+. All you need to do to get started is navigate to the Apple TV+ website and sign in with your Apple ID credentials. If you’re not a subscriber already, you’ll need to join to start watching. Apple TV+ also works with PCs and Windows OS. And you’ll also be able to use web browsers like Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox.
The final cut
Since Home Before Dark is an Apple TV+ original show, it is only available through the company’s streaming service — and you’ll need to subscribe to watch. With that said, there are a few ways that you can stream the show, even if you don’t own an Apple product. As long as you have a casting device from Amazon Fire TV, Roku, or any smart TV that streams Apple TV+, you’ll be able to watch episodes of Home Before Dark. And if you don’t already have a subscription to Apple TV+, the service offers a free seven-day trial.
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