The programmes can be accessed at apple.co/FreeForEveryone in the Apple TV app.
Apple is making some of its original TV programming free for a limited time via its Apple TV app as people are being forced to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Apple TV Plus typically costs $5 per month. But the company is making a selection of its content available for free and do not require a subscription.
Apple Originals Now Streaming for Free on Apple TV Plus include The Elephant Queen, Little America, Servant, For All Mankind, Dickinson, Helpsters, and Ghostwriter.
The Elephant Queen is a feature-length wildlife documentary that follows an elephant matriarch as she leads her herd across the African landscape.
Little America is an anthology series that tells the stories of immigrants living in America.
Servant is a horror-mystery series directed by M Night Shyamalan that follows the story of a couple who lose their baby, only for it to eerily come back to life.
For All Mankind follows a “what-if” take on history where the global space race never ends.
Dickinson is a modern coming-of-age story about poet Emily Dickinson.
Helpsters is a children’s show featuring a team of vibrant puppet monsters who solve a range of problems.
Ghostwriter shows what happens when a ghost starts releasing fictional characters from books into the real world.