‘The Elephant Queen’ Trailer Released Ahead of Apple TV+ Debut

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Apple has shared a trailer for ‘The Elephant Queen’, which should be available to view come November 1 on Apple TV+.

'The Elephant Queen' Trailer Released Ahead of Apple TV+ Debut

Acquired in 2018, the documentary focuses on elephant herd matriarch Athena as she leads them across the savanna to look for water. Based on the trailer’s text, the film is a love letter to elephants and is a family-friendly flick everyone should watch.

Chiwetel Ejiofor of Lion King and 12 Years a Slave fame stands as the film’s narrator. The Elephant Queen garnered the year’s Peace International Green Award.

Apple TV+ is a subscription-based streaming service that will have Apple original shows such as For All Mankind, See, Dickinson, The Morning Show and others. Users pay $4.99 per month for access, but if they recently bought a new Apple TV, iPad, iPhone or Mac, they get 12 months of free service. It will be launched in over 100 regions and countries.

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