Credit: Apple TV Plus

Today on the Binge Kill Chill Podcast, host TC and SNIPdaily’s resident binge-monkey Swaggy-D pick out the best of Apple TV Plus.

That’s right, the guys give the platform they thought they’d loathe a six-month check-up and it’s surprisingly healthy. Especially considering it’s heavily infected with Hollywood’s political agenda.

What makes Apple TV Plus worth it’s $4.99 monthly fee is its fantastic audio-visual quality and variety. Don’t get us wrong, it’s only worth a sub every few months but the platform already has a few must-watch shows (and some dogs).

CHECK OUT: Our verdict on Ozark: Season 3. Available to stream on Netflix now.

The shows rated on the podcast include:

  • BINGE: Servant and See
  • CHILL: The Morning Show and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet
  • KILL: Truth Be Told, Amazing Stories, and Home Before Dark
  • HEADSHOT (KILL): For All Mankind

Listen to the podcast now to find out why we’ve given each of the above the rating we have.

WARNING: We’re two guys so expect politically incorrect mansplaining (whatever that is) and verdicts based on what blokes-like-us enjoy (The Sopranos, Bosch, Peaky Blinders, Goodfellas et al).

Subscribe: Apple / GoogleSpotify / Stitcher RSS  

During the show, Beckett points out that Apple TV Plus has more subscribers than Disney Plus. Surely that’s insanity? Maybe not… (Proof)

Also on the podcast, the guys look forwards to HBO Max which releases May 27th. TC voices his concerns about a rotating selection of movies on the platform, while Beckett wants to see a platform war with Disney Plus, specifically DC Comics Vs. Marvel.

Finally, the guys pick out what they’re streaming next, including:

For that and much more subscribe to Binge Kill Chill now.

CHECK OUT: Our verdict on Amazon Prime Video’s Tales From The Loop. Available to stream now.

Binge Kill Chill definitions

The Best And Worst Of Apple TV Plus: Six Months In 3

Subscribe to the podcast now for your bi-weekly hit on what’s coming out, verdicts on new shows, and previews on upcoming platforms like HBO Max.

CHECK OUT: The best HBO shows available now for free on platforms Go and Now.