Apple added a remarkable new curation area to the Apple TV app today. diversity reports that the American Film Institute’s AFI Movie Club selection can now be found directly on Apple’s TV app.
This means that in the ‘Browse by Collection’ section of the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and other platforms, you’ll see or watch a new movie selection, options to buy or rent on a daily basis Streaming service if possible.
The report explains:
With the Apple TV app, AFI’s films are listed in the ‘Browse for Collection’ menu and updated daily with the latest selection. Tuesday selection: ‘Spartacus’ from the 1960s with Kirk Douglas, available for $ 14.99 or rental for $ 3.99. If a title is available for a streaming service (such as HBO Now, Hulu, or Disney Plus), the Apple TV app also shows you this option.
The AFI Movie Club picks are used by guests like Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Brad Pitt, Emma Roberts, Natalie Portman and many more. The series is listed as ‘Movies to Watch Together While We’re Separated’.
To find the AFI Movie Club section of the Apple TV app, open the app on one of your devices and scroll down until the ‘Browse for Collection’ heading appears.