I was wondering whether it's possible to watch Apple TV+ shows on my LG TV?

I tried (or can try) the following:

  1. My TV has a Chromecast plugged in, but it doesn't appear to be an option.
  2. I searched the LG store for an Apple TV+ app, but one doesn't exist. Apple said in the press-release that one is coming but not yet.
  3. I have an XBOX, but didn't find a way to stream from iOS to it either.
  4. I also have an Raspberry Pi and I found code for an AirPlay mirroring server, which I would have to build. But the site recommends RPi 3 for smoothness - I only have RPi 2. So this could possibly be an option.

Anything else I can do (short of buying Apple TV device)?


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You can watch Apple TV+ on the web at tv.apple.com. From there, you can cast it to your Chromecast to watch on the LG tv.

LG has a few tv's that currently support Apple TV+ but there's only 4 of them right now and you need to use AirPlay 2 to send the content to the tv:

  • LG OLED (2019)
  • LG NanoCell SM8X series (2019)
  • LG NanoCell SM9X series (2019)
  • LG UHD UM7X series (2019)

As more manufacturers see if this is a success or not, you can expect to see changes in support.

I would recommend signing-up for the 7-day free trial and use a web browser to cast it to your tv. You can then decide if it's worth buying an inexpensive/used Apple TV 3rd gen to continue (or not if you don't mind using the Chromecast).

For more info on devices and shows you can visit Apple's overview page.


If you don't mind spending (slightly) on a new hardware, Roku Streaming Players or Amazon Fire TV Stick are both a fantastic option.

Both of them are economically priced, easy to setup, and support official Apple TV app.

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