TV and movie streaming services are heavily populated right now, with Netflix completely running the game, but Apple are set to launch their own TV streaming service this spring, The Verge reports.

No official news has been put out by Apple, but the tech giant is said to be readying content for mid-April ahead of a launch.

Apple has already signed deals with Oprah Winfrey to develop a new show, ordered a Hunger Games-style show called See, a Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston-starring drama about a morning show, and a new space drama from Battlestar Galactica/Outlandercreator Ronald D. Moore, among others.

No launch date or price plan has been announced yet, but it'll be interesting to see what Apple can do to disrupt the market.

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