Get your iPhone ready! In the not so distant future Netflix won’t be the only option for quality children’s programming on a streaming service. Apple will stream two new Sesame Workshop shows, and that’s not all.

Apple will soon become home to two brand-new Sesame Workshop shows—a live-action show and one that is animated. But that’s not all. Reportedly, Apple is also in the process of developing a puppet-centered Sesame Workshop series.

Even though Apple doesn’t exactly have its own dedicated streaming service platform that’s publicly available yet, it looks like one will be necessary very soon. Currently, Apple’s Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke are available on Apple Music. Apple also offers subscription streaming services for other networks (such as HBO Go) via its TV app.

Along with the new Sesame Workshop shows, Apple has already has a pretty stellar group of would-be series in production or development. These include a series about Emily Dickinson, a reboot of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories, a crime drama starring Octavia Spencer and a Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston-led drama about a morning show.

When will Apple unveil their streaming service and the awesomeness that is their expected line-up? There’s no official word on release dates just yet. So that means we’ll all just have some patience and wait.

—Erica Loop

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