Is anthology series Extrapolations streaming on Netflix?

Extrapolations streaming Friday, March 17, 2023 on Apple TV+.
Extrapolations streaming Friday, March 17, 2023 on Apple TV+. /
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Meryl Streep is a household name! And any project she’s attached to, you know it’s going to be good. The actress hasn’t done much television work over the years, as most of her projects are movie-focused. But one of those exceptions is the new series Extrapolations!

Joining the star onscreen are Yara Shahidi, Game of Thrones‘ Kit Harington, Hamilton’s Daveed Diggs, Matthew Rhys, Heather Graham, Sienna Miller, Tahar Rahim, David Schwimmer, Judd Hirsch, Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma Chan, and so many more.

So can you watch the actress’ new show on Netflix, or is it streaming on a different platform? We’ve got the answer for you below!

Is Extrapolations on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Extrapolations is not a part of Netflix’s catalog. The drama is an Apple Original, which means it streams exclusively on Apple TV+. The subscription costs $6.99/month following a seven-day free trial. However, that amount of time isn’t going to be enough to watch the entire season if you want to see the whole story play out.

The limited anthology series has a total of eight episodes, three of which premiered on March 17, 2023. Going forward, one new installment will be released weekly until the finale on Friday, April 21, 2023. So you’ll have to tune in weekly to see all of the “interconnected stories,” per Apple TV+.

The drama goes in-depth into the effects climate change has had on the environment, as well as people’s everyday lives in the future. Each episode takes place during a different year in the future, starting with 2037. Some of those daily aspects affected include love, work, faith, and family.

What do you think about the series? Will you be watching it? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Extrapolations is now streaming on Apple TV+, with new episodes released weekly.

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