Many of these shows weren't surprises as the company has been unable to keep rumours and snippets of information getting out about its plans here, so we already knew about quite a few of the shows the company is working on. We have a complete guide to the shows Apple is making, and what you can watch on Apple TV right now here.
below: Netflix has already confirmed that it won't be included - it's not clear if this means it will be leaving the TV app completely (it is currently possible to search for Netflix content via the app).
Which other services will be available from inside Apple's TV app?
However, it's unlikely Apple and Disney have come to such an agreement.
However, we could see some content arrive sooner than November if Apple offers a small collection of shows initially, perhaps as part of a free trial. The company says pricing will be announced in the autumn.
In its current iteration the TV app is only available in 10 counties, but the new service will be available in 100 countries, according to Apple.
You will be able to watch everything available in the TV app on i Phones, i Pads, Macs, Apple TV and also TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio, and on Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
Because you watch all the content in the app you’ll be able to get personalised recommendations from Apple’s own team of editors.
The app should show content that is more in line with what you like to watch, making it easier to find shows you like.BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield said he thought Apple will give the content away for free.It wouldn't be typical of Apple to give away the content for free though, so we think it's more likely there will be a subscription model.We have a complete guide to what you can watch Apple TV on here.You will also be able to download shows to watch offline, according to Apple.In the UK, as yet no services have signed up to be Apple TV Channels, so UK users can't partake of this feature, but the arrival of Channels means users can sign up to a Channel and view the content from within the Apple TV app.