Apple announced a slate of new services – a news service, a gaming service, a credit card (in partnership with often-controversial Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs) and its video streaming service Apple TV+, at a star-studded event its California headquarters Monday.

Some are speculating that Steven Spielberg’s appearance at the event for his show Amazing Stories was also a dig at streaming rival Netflix – yet, many other celebrities also showed up. Oprah Winfrey was there to unveil her two new documentary shows with Apple: one called Toxic Labor which focuses on workplace harassment, and another longer series focusing on mental health which is – as of now – untitled.

Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell were there for their drama called The Morning Show. J.J. Abrams and Sara Bareilles were there for Little Voice. Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard spoke for their show See and Kumail Nanjiani spoke for his show Little America.

Some of these shows were part of the sizzle reel shown to the room with other shows being highlighted including Hailee Steinfeld in Dickinson, a new Sesame Street Apple show called Helpsters (which will reportedly teach youngsters coding basics), Are You Sleeping with Octavia Spencer, Lizzy Caplan and Aaron Paul, and Ronald Moore’s space series For All Mankind.

Titles covered in the sizzle reel here include The Morning Show, Dear…, Home Before Dark, Truth Be Told, Servant, Hala and Mythic Quest. Enjoy it and the videos below from the creatives behind the shows, including one that's just about Oprah's shows. The Apple TV+ launch date will be sometime this fall in 100 countries.