Apple is launching several new series in April. One of them is Roar, starring and produced by Nicole Kidman, undoubtedly one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. She is accompanied by others like Cynthia Erivo, known for widowsAmong other movies.
Created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, Roar (not to be confused with the famous Katy Perry song) is an anthology series from the same creators of GLOW, the Netflix series. It is based on a collection of short stories by Cecelia Ahern.
That’s everything you need to know about the new Apple TV+ series so you don’t miss its upcoming premiere.
When will Roar air?
Series Roar will be published in full soon April 15. It will be a total of 8 episodes directed almost entirely by the duo Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch. Halley Feiffer, Janine Nabers and Vera Santamaria are other directors.
What will the Roar series be about?
According to Apple, Roar makes “an insightful and moving portrait with hints of humor on what it means to be a woman today”. There are a total of eight stories that “reflect ordinary women’s dilemmas with simplicity and originality.”
Each chapter will focus on one of these women, played by a renowned actress. To tell these stories, the creators use genres as disparate as magical realism or psychological horror.
Who will appear in the Roar series?
As we said, each episode will feature one actress: Issa Rae (episode 1), Nicole Kidman (episode 2), Betty Gilpin (episode 3), Alison brie (episode 4), Meera Syal (episode 5), Merritt Wever (episode 6), Cynthia Erivo (episode 7) and Fivel Stewart (episode 8).
Joining the cast are other household names such as Nick Kroll, Judy Davis, Jason Mantzoukas, Kara Hayward, Alfred Molina, Jake Johnson, Bernard White, Peter Facinelli, Chris Lowell, Hugh Dancy, Daniel Dae Kim, Griffin Matthews and Ego Nwodim .
How to Watch Roar on Apple TV+
Being an Apple original series, Roar It is visible exclusively on Apple TV+, which means that you have to subscribe to the platform to be able to enjoy its episodes. The good thing is that it is considerably cheaper than other services: $4.99 per month.
Even this price may seem too high if you are not yet sure if you want to commit to paying this monthly fee. In these cases, the 7-day free trial period is ideal, because on top of that you will be able to see the whole series for free on April 15th.
Another way to access the platform for free is to activate the three-month subscription that Apple includes when you buy a new Apple device (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or Apple TV).
In principle, you should have no problem accessing Apple TV+ from anywhere in the world, but if it’s not yet released in your country, you’ll need to use a NordVPN-like VPN connection to connect to a other country .
On the other hand, you can access Apple TV+ from any device, even from your TV as long as you have a compatible Apple TV or Smart TV. Otherwise, you’ll need to connect your Mac, iPad, or iPhone to the TV using an HDMI cable or dongle
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