Jon Stewart is back with a new current series streaming on Apple TV +, called The Problem with Jon Stewart. The show will air every two weeks, and there is a companion podcast too. Here’s how to watch the new series …
Each episode of The Jon Stewart Problem is one hour long and focuses on a single issue, related to Stewart’s advocacy work and other issues with global consequences. Jon Stewart presents the conversation from a live studio audience.
Although Stewart built up a following during his award-winning tenure by presenting The Daily Show with plenty of satire and comedy, his new series has a more serious tone.
Stewart will still be his funny self, but he’s not meant to be a joke by the minute. For example, the first episode, ‘The Problem of War’, looks at the impacts of war on soldiers and support personnel, as well as the (lack of) aftercare for veterans.
How to watch The Problem with Jon Stewart
To watch The Problem with Jon Stewart, you will need a Subscription to Apple TV +. On its own, Apple TV + costs $ 4.99 a month or $ 49.99 a year. If you are registering for the first time, you can get a 7-day free trial. Apple TV + is also available through the Apple One package and comes free with some mobile carrier plans.
You can watch Apple TV + content on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and on the Apple tv box. You can also watch on non-Apple devices by downloading the Apple TV app, available on platforms that include Amazon Fire Stick, Year, Play station, Xbox, select smart TVs and more.
There is currently no TV app for Windows Android phones, tablets or PCs. However, you may be able to look online in a web browser by visiting tv.apple.com.
The TV app combines content from Apple TV +, the iTunes Store, and other streaming apps. To see what you can watch on Apple TV +, click the tv + ‘Originals’ tab in the main navigation. The Jon Stewart issue will be included in the non-fiction series section.
All content on Apple TV + is available at no additional charge. Check out our complete guide to what to watch from Apple’s catalog of original TV shows and moviesincluding Ted Lasso, For All Mankind, Foundation, CODA, and much more.