Teens and young adults in the US and Canada will be able to stream digital content and video from Apple’s Apple TV in 2018, Apple announced Tuesday.
The move comes as the company seeks to bolster its own content library by releasing original programming.
Apple has a new slate of original programming for the streaming service, including “Dance Moms” and “Moms & Pop.”
The Apple TV app, which allows users to watch and record videos from their computers or devices, can also stream and record content from a Mac or iOS device, according to the company.
Apple is also bringing its own streaming service to Apple TV this year, which will include a “TV Everywhere” feature that will let users watch live TV or on-demand video from any device.
Apple’s announcement came a day after the company announced it was expanding its original content library to include original programming, as well as “original series,” like “Nashville,” “Gotham” and more.
The company’s original content is available for streaming on the Apple TV, Apple’s Mac and iOS apps, and through Apple TV’s “DVR” feature, which is designed to make it easier for users to quickly watch and store video from a variety of sources.
Apple has a growing library of original shows and films, which it recently released for streaming.
It also has a variety on the App Store for the iPad and other devices.
Apple, which has a history of embracing original programming as it expands its library, also announced earlier this year that it is expanding the Apple Music subscription service to offer users access to its original music catalog.