Apple TV+ Docuseries 'Home' Launches Featuring 'the World's Most Imaginative Dwellings'
"Home," a TV show about people who live in creative houses, today launched on Apple TV+, marking the debut of the service's first docuseries.
"Home" is described as a look at the imaginative dwellings of visionaries who challenge the conventional concepts of "home" and rethink how we live.
There are nine episodes in the series featuring different dwellings around the world in places like Sweden, Bali, Chicago, Hong Kong, Maine, India, Malibu, Austin, and Mexico. Each episode is around 30 minutes long.
The first episode of the series, "Sweden," features the home of a man who constructed a greenhouse over a log cabin, while other episodes feature a home made entirely from bamboo, a science fiction-themed house, a home made from handcrafted materials, and more.
The show is available now in the Apple TV
app on iPhone
, Macs, Apple TV, and select smart TVs that include the Apple TV app. It is available to all Apple TV+ subscribers.
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Top Rated Comments
Offering it free to hardware buyers was a good decision to start building up a base of users. After year one, it’ll be worth paying for.
In the future, I’d like to see it expand into live content. Like Apple Music has Beats 1, AppleTV+ could have curated content from its library as well as exclusive content to the live channel like sports and news.
Besides, ATV+ strikes me as a bit of an antidote to Marvel movies. Not everyone's interested in Marvel stuff. Some of us are completely turned off by it, and by Game of Thrones and some of what Netflix is doing. Which is something Apple would know very well after selling movies and TV episodes direct to consumers for over a decade.
It's a shame Apple barely promoted this - so far their docu-series have been beautifully shot and very good (See also Visible).