The series Black Bird, a crime mystery based on actual events, premieres on Friday, July 8, on Apple TV+. The slick show follows the case of Jimmy Keene (Taron Egerton), a football hero and policeman’s son sentenced to 10 years in a minimum-security prison. Keene is given a choice to either serve his entire 10 years without parole or take on a risky opportunity to earn early freedom: enter a maximum-security prison for the criminally insane and befriend a suspected serial killer. There, he attempts to gain the trust of Larry Hall (Paul Walter Hauser) in order to elicit a confession and uncover the location of Hall’s victims.
However, things are more complicated than Keene anticipates, and Hall is more conniving. Can he get him to reveal the locations of the girls’ bodies before his appeal goes through? Or is the killer just spinning more lies? Can you trust a criminal to solve a mystery? The six-episode series co-stars Spider Moafi, Greg Kinnear, and Ray Liotta. Read on to learn more about how to watch.
How to Watch Black Bird
Black Bird is exclusive to the Apple TV+ streaming service. (Apple TV Plus shouldn’t be confused with the Apple TV streaming device.) The service costs $6.99 per month after a 7-day free trial. There is no long-term commitment, and you can cancel at any time. You may be worried if you don’t have an Apple device, but fear not. The Apple TV+ app is supported on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and iPod Touch, Samsung Smart TVs, LG Smart TVs, VIZIO Smart TVs, Sony Smart TVs, and more. For more information on this streaming service, check out our review of Apple TV+.
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