Apple TV+ Brings Documentary Film ‘Dads’ to Celebrate Father’s Day

Apple TV+ debut new documentary Film “Dads” in commemoration of father’s day on June 21st, 2020

Apple TV will be honoring every father out there with this new documentary ‘Dads’. The documentary is told through 6 men from around the world, interviews, home-movie footage, viral videos, and testimonials from celebrities like Patton Oswalt, Judd Apatow, and Will Smith.

The documentary is directly Bryce Dallas Howard and it features interviews with her father, Ron Howard, her late grandfather, and brother. You can also find ‘Dads’ on Apple TV+ on any device that supports the Apple TV app.

That is not the only surprise Apple has for us, the tech giant is also streaming “The Banker” for free for everyone. So if you have not subscribed to the Apple TV+, but have access to the TV app, you will be able to watch “The Banker” till June 30th.

The movie premiered on Apple TV+ in March. The revolves around the story of businessmen Bernard Garret and Joe Morris who devise bold and risky plans to defeat the racist establishment of the 1960s by helping other African Americans pursue their American dreams.

Apple made “The Banker” free to commemorate the Juneteenth. One episode of the documentary series “Dear” and a few from films like “The Hate U Give” and “Selma” remains free to watch on Apple TV app or iTunes.

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