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How to watch Blue Jays vs. Angels FREE on Apple TV+

Friday night’s game between the Blue Jays and Angels -- a matchup featuring Los Angeles' Shohei Ohtani and Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the top two finishers in 2021 AL MVP voting -- will air exclusively on Apple TV+. It will not be available on your local cable provider or MLB.TV.
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How to watch MLB Friday Night Baseball games on Apple TV+

The MLB announced in March that several games in the 2022 season would be broadcast on Apple TV+ on the streaming platform’s “Friday Night Baseball” show. Fans can watch the game via a subscription to Apple TV+. HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO APPLE TV+. The first half of...
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Microsoft working on affordable Xbox streaming device to compete with Apple TV

Microsoft’s Xbox is certainly one of the most popular gaming consoles in the world. With Xbox Series S, which was introduced in 2020, customers have an even more affordable option for playing console games. Now Microsoft wants to bring the Xbox experience to even more people as the company has been working on a new streaming device to compete with Apple TV.

Apple releases tvOS 15.5.1 with bug fixes for Apple TV and HomePod

One week after releasing tvOS 15.5 to the public, Apple has a new bug fix update available to Apple TV, HomePod, and HomePod mini users. The company is now rolling out tvOS 15.5.1, which is a small update and addresses some issues Apple TV and HomePod users have been experiencing since the release of tvOS 15.5.
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Another live-action Speed Racer is coming to Apple TV Plus with J.J. Abrams behind the wheel

Though it’s only been 14 years since the last live-action adaptation of Speed Racer from a Western production studio, Apple and J. J. Abrams are stepping up to the plate to make another. Variety reports that Apple and Warner Bros. Television Studios are teaming up to produce a new Speed Racer with J. J. Abrams executive producing and Ron Fitzgerald (Westworld) and Hiram Martinez (Snowfall) attached to co-showrun.

A live-action 'Speed Racer' series is headed to Apple TV+

Apple has given the green light to a live-action Speed Racer series for Apple TV+, both Variety and Deadline are reporting. J.J. Abrams is set to executive produce the show, and it'll be made under his Bad Robot production company, the outlets claim. While the show hasn't been officially announced yet, the dual scoops are a reliable indicator that something is definitely happening with the classic anime property. The new series will be co-written by Ron Fitzgerald (Westworld, Friday Night Lights) and Hiram Martinez (Snowpiercer, Get Shorty), who've both worked on genre shows before.

‘Speed Racer’ live-action series from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot coming to Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is working on a new live-action series based on the popular manga show, Speed Racer. J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions will produce this series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hiram Martinez of Snowpiercer and Get Shorty will co-write and serve as showrunner. Sources say his “exciting take” on the project’s material has impressed Apple, Bad Robot, and Warner Brothers. There’s been no formal announcement on who will take the second co-writing position on Speed Racer.