Apple TV+ scores its most-watched weekend since the streaming service debuted

Apple TV+ has just scored its most-watched weekend since the 15-month-old service launched, reports Variety.

Quoting unnamed “company insiders,” the article says that, powered by the premiere of the Justin Timberlake-starting “Palmer,” Apple TV+ saw a 33% increase over average viewers. The sophomore seasons of M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” and “Dickinson.,” as well as big international numbers for “Losing Alice,” also helped.

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