Greyhound to arrive on Apple TV+: When will it premiere?

Greyhound is going to be featured in the Apple streaming service, Apple TV+. It offers the Apple original TV shows and movies and includes Defending Jacob, The Morning Show, The Banker, and Mythic Quest, etc. Greyhound is inspired by the book named The Good Shephard and also by true events. It is a Word War II Navy action thriller on the sea. Tom Hanks is playing the role of the commander of the ship, George Krause. George has to navigate a fleet of merchant ships which are carrying supplies across the North Atlantic. While George escorts the convoy on his journey, they face a pack of German submarines that do every possible try to intercept the forces. The length of the movie is about 90 minutes.

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Cast of Greyhound

  • Tom Hanks will be playing Captain Krause
  • Stephan Graham will be playing Charlie Cole
  • Elisabeth Shue will be playing Evelyn
  • Michael Benz will be playing Carling
  • David Maldonado will be playing Dr. Temme
  • Manuel Garcia-Rulfo will be playing Lopez
  • Travis Przybylski will be playing Dawson

Greyhound has been made available to watch online on the Apple TV from 3 A.M. Eastern Time on July 10. It is an Apple TV exclusive, so it is made available to watch on the subscription service only. The Apple TV+ streaming video subscription will cost you $4.99 per month, and the plus point is, you can share the subscription with up to six members of your family through family sharing. The subscription of Apple TV+ comes free with the new Apple hardware (iPhone/iPad/Apple TV) provided that you redeem the free trial within 90 days after you activate your device.

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If in case you don’t have an Apple device, then you can also access the Apple TV+ thorough web. The website link to the Apple TV is given here, and you can navigate through the website. https://tv.apple.com/

 

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