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Strong weekend for Apple TV +
The video-on-demand service Apple TV + has been available to subscribers for 15 months – and last weekend it reached more viewers than ever before. As Deadline reported, the audience numbers rose by 33 percent. This is due to an expanded range of series that started with the second season of Dickinson and Servant can wait – the latter seems to attract more and more viewers. Also the newly started mystery series Losing Alice already has four episodes and, according to the deadline, arouses the interest of subscribers.

The driving force behind the excellent numbers is the new drama Palmer by director Fisher Stevens: It’s about a convicted fraudster (Justin Timberlake) who takes a job as a janitor after his release from prison – and befriends an unconventionally thinking child.