As the finale of Masters of the Air airs, Apple TV+ reveals the true stories in the new documentary The Bloody Hundredth.

Today, Masters of the Air concludes with its ninth episode, the finale of the hit Apple TV+ limited series from the creators of Band of Brothers and The Pacific.

To celebrate the release, Apple also released a new one-hour documentary special called “The Bloody Hundred,” which tells more about the true stories of the 100th Bomb Group. . You can stream it now on Apple TV+.

The Bloody Hundred honors the real heroes of the 100th Bomb Group. The name comes from the nickname given to the 100th Bomb Group due to the number of casualties it suffered. More than three-quarters of the group's pilots were killed in action, mostly all within four months.

The documentary is narrated by Tom Hanks, who is also an executive producer of Masters of the Air. It features moving archival footage and interviews with some of the surviving members of the group; both pilots and navigators.

The special also deepens the stories of Gale Kleven and John Egan, the main characters of the drama “Benders of the Air.”

You can watch the entire season of “Benders of the Air.” and a new documentary streaming now on Apple TV+. Get a seven-day free trial for new accounts here. Watch Apple TV+ through the Apple TV app, available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV 4K, Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox and more. You can also watch in a web browser at

The Hunt, a new historical fiction drama about the hunt for Abraham Lincoln's assassin, is also streaming today on Apple TV+. The new comedy Palm Royale, starring Kristen Wiig, premieres next week, followed by a new documentary about Steve Martin, and dramas Sugar and Franklin arriving in April.

Find out everything that's coming to Apple's streaming service with our detailed guide.

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