Apple TV Plus: Complete list of shows and movies

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Apple TV Plus, Apple's streaming platform, has a ton of high-quality original content with more being added frequently. Check out this list and find a new series or film to watch. 

While Apple TV Plus is relatively new on the scene, it already offers some incredible streaming content you can only find on the platform. With gems such as Severance, For All Mankind, and Outstanding Comedy Emmy winner Ted Lasso, Apple TV Plus content has garnered notice by critics and fans alike. 

You can watch Apple TV Plus on any device that has the Apple TV app. That includes the best Apple TV models as well as your iPhone, iPad, or Mac in addition to a whole host of smart TVs, games consoles, and third-party streaming devices. You can even stream Apple TV Plus content via the web. 

Andy Barber (Chris Evans) is a respected assistant district attorney in Newton, Massachusetts, but when evidence in a new murder implicates his son, Jacob Barber (Jaeden Martell), he has to prosecute the case. Andy, soon becomes tangled in a web of evidence that makes him question everything he knows about his son and his town.

For All Mankind

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In real-life, the Americans were the first to land on the moon. In this straight-to-series science fiction drama from Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica), it's the Soviet Union that got there first. The series, which is written by Moore, along with Fargo co-executive producers Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi, imagines a world where the global space race had never ended. And the space program remains the cultural centerpiece of America's hopes and dreams.

The second season of For All Mankind started airing in February 2021 and the show has already been renewed for a third season.


Based on the award-winning sci-fi epics from Isaac Asimov, Foundation chronicles the fate of an entire galaxy that rests on a band of exiles and the beliefs of Dr. Hari Seldon (Jared Harris). Asimov's books had a huge impact on the science-fiction genre with other titles like Dune and Star Wars clearly taking inspiration from Foundation.

The show's thousand-year saga will struggle to fit into one series, which is probably why it has already been renewed for a second with rumors that the story is planned for eight seasons in total.

Home Before Dark

When a young girl, Hilde Lisko (Brooklynn Prince), and her family move back to the town her father, Matthew Lisko (Jim Sturgess) left, she begins to uncover a mystery of a cold case that's long been dead in the water. Two seasons of the show are available to watch now.


In Invasion, civilization is on the verge of collapse as extraterrestrial beings make their way to Earth from across the universe. Set across multiple continents, the sweeping, character-driven series shows various perspectives on an alien invasion from across the world.

Season one is streaming now on Apple TV+ and a second season has been confirmed.

Lisey's Story

Based on the novel by Stephen King, and adapted for TV by the man himself, Lisey's Story is a terrifying thriller that follows widow Lisey Landon (Julianne Moore) as a series of unsettling events revive memories of her marriage to author Scott Landon (Clive Owen) that she has blocked out.

Little Voice

This coming-of-age drama series features original music from Sara Bareilles and follows Bess King (Brittany O'Grady), a talented performer trying to fulfill her dreams while dealing with all sorts of personal issues. Bess will have to find her voice and use it to make all her dreams come true.

Season one is available to watch now, though the musical drama is not being renewed for a second season.

Losing Alice

Losing Alice stars Ayelet Zurer as the titular Alice, a middle-aged film director who feels lost since raising her family until a chance meeting with femme-fatale screenwriter Sophie (Lihi Kornowski) who sets her off an obsessive journey. All eight episodes of this thriller are now available to watch on Apple TV+.


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Described by Apple as "epic in scope," Pachinko follows a generation of a family of Korean immigrants and journeys across Korea, Japan, and America telling a story of war, peace, love, and loss. Season one is streaming now.


The basic premise is quickly summed up with some text at the beginning of the first episode, which states that sometime in the 21st century, there was a deadly virus that wiped out most people on earth, leaving only a mere two million people left. Unfortunately, those who survived were blinded, and now centuries later, the sense of sight is considered a myth. It's heresy to even speak about sight, and if you are even thought of to have the gift of sight, you are supposed to burn.

The story follows a bunch of different people, but you start off by mostly following Baba Voss (Jason Momoa), the leader of the Alkenny tribe, and his pregnant wife, Maghra (Hera Hilmar). At the very beginning of the first episode, Paris (Alfre Woodward) is tending to Maghra as she's in labor, while Voss is defending their home from invading attackers. The story unfolds from here.

Seasons one and two of See are on Apple TV+ right now, and a third season has been confirmed.


The show starts you off right as Sean Turner (Toby Kebbell) and his wife Dorothy Turner (Lauren Ambrose) is waiting at their home in for their new live-in nanny to arrive. The nanny, Leanne Grayson (Nell Tiger Free), will be tasked to take care of baby Jericho, while Dorothy goes back to work. One problem, baby Jericho is a doll — a very realistic and creepy-looking one.

From there the series takes plenty of twists and turns through seasons one, two, and a currently-airing third season.


Severance is a workplace thriller from director and executive producer Ben Stiller, starring Adam Scott. In the show, Scott's character Mark Scout leads a team at Lumon Industries, whose employees have undergone a severance procedure, which surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives. Mark soon finds himself at the center of an unraveling mystery during the daring work-life balance experiment.

Slow Horses

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Gary Oldman stars in Slow Horses, a six-episode adaptation of Mick Herron's spy novels for Apple TV+. The show follows a team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 – Slough House.

Oldman stars as Jackson Lamb, the brilliant but irascible leader of the spies who end up in Slough House due to their career-ending mistakes. Joining Oldman is a decorated ensemble cast including Academy Award nominee Kristin Scott Thomas ("Darkest Hour"), Academy Award nominee Jonathan Pryce ("The Two Popes"), BAFTA Scotland Award winner Jack Lowden ("Dunkirk"), and Olivia Cooke ("Sound of Metal").


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Suspicion is an eight-part thriller series that sees Uma Thurman star as a prominent American businesswoman whose son is kidnapped from a New York hotel. Four seemingly ordinary British citizens who were all in the hotel at that time are identified as suspects and a trans-Atlantic cat and mouse race ensues as each tries to prove their innocence.


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This scripted drama series is inspired by the early life of Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets, exploring the world of competitive youth basketball.


Tehran is an Israeli espionage thriller from Fauda writer Moshe Zonder telling the story of a Mossad agent who goes deep undercover on a dangerous mission in Tehran, Iran, that places her and those around her in jeopardy.

Season one aired in 2020 and season two arrives in May 2022.

The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey

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The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey is a six-episode limited series starring and executive produced by Samuel L. Jackson. Walter Mosley, author of the acclaimed novel on which it is based, will write the screen adaptation and executive produce. Here's how Apple describes it:

"The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey" stars Samuel L. Jackson as Ptolemy Grey, an ailing man forgotten by his family, by his friends, and by even himself. Suddenly left without his trusted caretaker and on the brink of sinking even deeper into a lonely dementia, Ptolemy is assigned to the care of orphaned teenager Robyn, played by Dominique Fishback. When they learn about a treatment that can restore Ptolemy's dementia-addled memories, it begins a journey toward shocking truths about the past, present and future.

The Morning Show

Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) wakes up one morning to find that her co-anchor for the past 15 years, Mitch Kessler (Steve Carell), has been fired due to allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace. Alex, blindsided by the news, is now left with the difficult task of keeping The Morning Show alive against its competition, all while the network executives and she are in tense negotiations for a contract renewal.

Meanwhile, a fierce female reporter for a small local station, Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon), makes news by getting into a wild argument with a protester at a coal mine that goes viral on social media. This prompts The Morning Show to have her on as a guest when she catches the eye of network executive Cory Ellison (Billy Crudup), who wants her to join the show. The series also stars Mark Duplass, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nestor Carbonell, Bel Powley, Karen Pittman, Desean K. Terry, and Janina Gavankar.

There are two seasons of The Morning Show currently on the service.

The Mosquito Coast

Adapted from the best-selling novel of the same name, The Mosquito Coast is a drama series following inventor Allie Fox (Justin Theroux) and his family on a dangerous journey to Mexico when they suddenly find themselves on the run from the U.S. government.

The entire seven-episode first season is available to watch now with a second season having been commissioned.

Truth Be Told

New evidence compels podcaster Poppy Parnell (Octavia Spencer) to reopen a murder case that made her a national sensation. Warren Cave (Aaron Paul), the man her true-crime podcast helped to put behind bars, may not actually be guilty.

All episodes of seasons one and two are on Apple TV+ now.


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WeCrashed, based on the podcast of the same name, is an eight-part drama series starring Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway. It explores the story of WeWork, a shared-workspace company that went from a single coworking space into a $47 billion global brand in under a decade before its value plummeted as both the company and CEO became marred by scandal.

Apple TV+ Comedies


This Spanish-English comedy, set in 1984, sees twenty-something Máximo Gallardo (Enrique Arrizon) land his dream job as a cabana boy at the hottest resort in Acapulco, though he soon realizes the job is far more complicated than he'd imagined. Season one is available on Apple TV+ now with a second on the way.


This series offers a comedic take on the life of Emily Dickinson, written by Alena Smith and starring Hailee Steinfeld in the title role. Other actors in Dickinson include Jane Krakowski, Toby Huss, Adrian Blake Enscoe, Anna Baryshnikov, and Ella Hunt.

The third and final season is now available on Apple TV+.

Little America

Little America is an anthology series that follows the funny, inspiring, and heartfelt journeys of immigrants in America. Little America's showrunner Lee Eisenberg (The Office, Good Boys) and executive producer Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick) have created a beautiful series that is sure to entertain you and make you think. The show has reportedly been renewed for a second season.

Mr. Corman

Written, directed, produced by, and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mr. Corman follows the struggles of fifth-grade teacher Josh Corman whose lifelong dream of a career in music didn't pan out. The darkly funny and heartfelt comedy-drama touches on anxiety, loneliness, and self-doubt.

Mythic Quest

Mythic Quest is the biggest MMORPG ever to hit the gaming scene and, in season two, the development team is about to release an expansion titled Raven's Banquet. The creative director is Ian Grimm (Rob McElhenney) is at odds with the lead engineer, Poppy Li (Charlotte Nicdao), and head of monetization Brad Bakshi (Dany Pudi).

The first and second seasons are on Apple TV+ and the show has been renewed for a third and fourth season.


Set in 1980s San Diego, tormented housewife Sheila Rubin (Rose Byrne) battles extreme personal demons behind closed doors before discovering aerobics and going on a journey to powerful, confident economic force, and lifestyle guru. Season one of the dark comedy is available now and the show has been renewed for season two.


Parody musical series Schmigadoon! stars SNL favorites Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key as a backpacking couple looking to reinvigorate their struggling relationship. The pair instead stumble upon the magical town of Schmigadoon in which everyone is living in a studio musical from the 1940s.

Ted Lasso

This hit comedy series follows the titular Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis), an American Football coach that is hired to be the head coach of the AFC Richmond in the English Premier League. Despite having no experience with the game, Ted Lasso ships across the pond to start in his new role.

Seasons one and two are available to watch now with a third in the works.

The Afterparty

Comedy series The Afterparty stars Tiffany Haddish, Sam Richardson, Zoë Chao, and Ben Schwartz. Centering on a murder mystery at a high school reunion, the eight-episode series tells the story of the same night through different characters' perspectives, each with its own unique visual style and film genre to match the teller's personality.

The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next door is a miniseries adaptation of the Wondery podcast of the same name. It is based on the story of Isaac Herschkopf, a psychiatrist who abused his relationships with his patients in order to exploit them for personal gain. The dark comedy show stars Paul Rudd, Will Ferrell, and Kathryn Hahn.


The series follows Nikki (Esther Smith) and Jason (Rafe Spall), who want to try having children; however, they can't conceive naturally. They decide to adopt a child, but the adoption process is long, daunting, and will require the couple to push their relationship to its limits.

Seasons one and two are on Apple TV+ now with season three set to arrive in 2022.

Apple TV+ Adult Animation

Central Park

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Central Park is an animated musical comedy from Loren Bouchard (Bob's Burgers) that follows the exploits of a family living in New York's iconic park. The series voice cast includes Josh Gad, Leslie Odom, Jr., Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Tituss Burgess, Daveed Diggs, and Stanley Tucci.

Seasons one and two are available now.

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Animated short film Blush follows the journey of a horticulturist-astronaut who becomes stranded on a desolate dwarf planet. A chance encounter with an ethereal being leads to an astonishing adventure about life and love. Blush is the first joint production between Apple and Skydance Animation.

Doug Unplugs

Doug is a boy robot who is taking on the world one curious adventure at a time in this animated kid-friendly adventure made by DreamWorks animation. Two seasons are available on Apple TV+.

El Deafo

Based on the No. 1 New York Times best-seller and Newbery Honor-winning graphic memoir, animated kids series El Deafo follows Cece as she loses her hearing and finds her inner superhero with a little help from her superhero alter ego El Deafo.

Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock

Apple TV+ is rebooting the classic Fraggle Rock franchise in 2022 with Back to the Rock. The show reunites Gobo, Red, Boober, Mokey, Wembley, and Uncle Travelling Matt for brand new songs and adventures.

Jim Henson's fun-loving, musical Fraggles are back! Join Gobo, Red, Wembley, Mokey, Boober, and new Fraggle friends on hilarious, epic adventures about the magic that happens when we celebrate and care for our interconnected world.

Fraggle Rock: Rock On!

Fan favorites from the '80s series, including Gobo, Red, Boober, Mokey, Wembley, and Uncle Traveling Matt, return for new stories and classic Fraggle songs. Interestingly, Rock On! was all shot on iPhone 11 phones from the homes of the production team and artists.

Get Rolling with Otis

Otis is a small tractor with a big heart who rolls into action on Long Hill Dairy Farm whenever his friends need him.


This children's mystery television series is a reboot of a 1990s series by the same name. The series follows four young detectives who solve neighborhood crimes and mysteries. For assistance, they receive clues from an invisible being aptly named Ghostwriter and a fictional character it releases into the world.

Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show

Jack shows kids that it's cool to be kind by being one of Clover Grove's most thoughtful and caring residents, greeting everyone with kindness and humor.



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Helpsters stars Cody and his team of vibrant monsters who love to solve problems. Whether it's planning a party, climbing a mountain, or mastering a magic trick, the Helpsters can figure anything out—because everything starts with a plan. Helpsters is the first series between Apple and Sesame Workshop.

Helpsters Help You

Helpsters Help You is a miniseries of shorts produced in partnership with the Sesame Workshop aimed at providing support for kids and parents living in the time of COVID-19.

Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth

In celebration of Earth Day 2020, Apple released Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth which is a short film adapted from the best-selling children's book by Oliver Jeffers. Narrated by Meryl Streep, Here We Are follows a precocious 7-year-old who learns about the wonders of the planet from his parents and a mysterious exhibit at the aptly titled Museum of Everything.

Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special

After a tough 2020, there's only one person who can save Christmas: Mariah Carey. In this star-studded spectacular, the Queen of Christmas takes us on a magical journey to raise Christmas spirits with pals Tiffany Haddish, Billy Eichner, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, Snoop Dogg, Jermaine Dupri, Misty Copeland, and Mykal-Michelle Harris.

Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues

Mariah Carey's 2021 holiday special includes the first and only performance of the Grammy Award-winning singer's new single, "Fall in Love at Christmas" as well as an exclusive interview with Zane Lowe.

Harriet the Spy

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Apple TV+'s Harriet the Spy is the first animated adaptation of the iconic children's novel. Perpetually curious 11-year-old Harriet M. Welsch wants to be a writer, and in order to be a good writer, she'll need to know everything. The first five episodes of season one arrive in late 2021 with the second half of the season coming in spring 2022.

Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10

Apple actually released this short film before the launch of Apple TV+ to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of NASA's Apollo 10 mission. The "documentary" stars Jeff Goldblum as a self-published NASA historian and Ron Howard as himself and tries to solve the great mystery: Was Snoopy a top-secret astronaut?

Pretzel and the Puppies

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Pretzel and the Puppies is an animated series for preschoolers featuring the voice talents of Mark Duplass (The Morning Show) and Nasim Pedrad (Saturday Night Live). Based on the beloved canine from the classic book *Pretzel by award-winning authors Margret and H.A. Rey, creators of "Curious George," the original series is a new story about the modern dog family led by stay-at-home dad Pretzel, his five adorable Dachshund puppies, and mom Greta, the mayor of Muttgomery.

Puppy Place

Siblings Charles and Lizzie Peterson take on the tough but rewarding task of fostering puppies and finding their permanent homes with each pup providing adventure.

Snoopy in Space

Snoopy of Peanuts fame is starring in a new animated series on Apple TV+ where, you guessed it, the famous beagle attempts to go into space. He's becoming a NASA astronaut. Snoopy's joined by Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang in this new adventure.

A second season is currently in production, but you can see the entire first season now on Apple TV+.

Snoopy Presents: For Auld Lang Syne

After the Peanuts gang experience a disappointing Christmas because Grandma can't visit, Lucy resolves to throw herself the best New Year's Eve party ever, while Charlie Brown struggles to accomplish just one of his resolutions before the clock strikes twelve.


Siblings Karl, Addy, and Michael have an interesting next-door neighbor — a wise panda named Stillwater — and his stories give them new perspectives on the world and teach them about life. Seasons one and two are streaming now.

The Snoopy Show

Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gang are back with a new show that showcases Snoopy's latest adventures. Seasons one and two are available on Apple TV+.

Wolfboy and the Everything Factory

Wolfbody and the Everything Factory is described as a 10-episode animated epic that follows oddball dreamer Wolfboy (voiced by Kassian Akhtar) as he discovers a strange realm at the center of the Earth, where fantastical beings called Sprytes create things for the natural world above. Joseph Gordon-Levitt executive produces and voices Professor Luxcraft.

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As the sole hearing member of a deaf family – a CODA, child of deaf adults – 17-year-old Ruby's (Emilia Jones) life revolves around acting as an interpreter for her parents and working on the family's struggling fishing boat every day before school with her father and older brother. When Ruby discovers her gift for singing through her school choir, she finds herself torn between the obligations she feels to her family and the pursuit of her own dreams.

Come From Away

The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Come From Away tells the true story of 7,000 people stranded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland after all flights into the U.S. were grounded on September 11, 2001. This live performance of the hit musical was filmed at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre in New York City for an audience of 9/11 survivors and frontline workers.


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Inspired by the best-selling novel of the same name, gritty drama Cherry follows Tom Holland in the title role as he goes from college dropout to army medic in Iraq. The unhinged character is only anchored by his one true love, Emily (Ciara Bravo), but his undiagnosed PTSD from the war leads to a life of drug addiction and crime.


In Finch, Tom Hanks stars as the titular character, a robotics engineer and one of the few survivors of a catastrophic solar event that has left the world a wasteland. Living with his dog Goodyear in a bunker for a decade, Finch creates a robot to look after Goodyear once he no longer can. When the unlikely trio must voyage across the desolate American West, Finch strives to show his creation, who names himself Jeff, what it means to be alive.


Longtime Navy veteran and first-time captain Ernest Krause (Tom Hanks) leads an international convoy of 37 ships on a mission across treacherous Atlantic waters in order to deliver thousands of soldiers and much-needed supplies to Allied forces during World War II. Inspired by the Battle of the Atlantic, Greyhound was written by Hanks and directed by Aaron Schneider.


The balance between desire and familial, cultural, and religious obligations is explored in Hala with the titular Pakistani-American teenager growing up in two different worlds. Written and directed by Minhal Baig and executive produced by Jada Pinkett Smith, Hala was an official selection of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.

On the Rocks

When doubt about her marriage strikes, a young New York mother and writer (Rashida Jones) teams up wither her playboy father (Bill Murray) to keep tabs on her husband in a bittersweet comedy about love and relationships. On the Rocks is written and directed by Sofia Coppola.


After 12 years in prison, former high-school football star Eddie Palmer (Justin Timberlake) returns home and tries to put his life back together and rebuild a quiet life for himself. That becomes more difficult when tasked with caring for his neighbor's 7-year-old son Sam (Ryder Allen) who is displaced when his mother Shelly (Juno Temple) disappears on a prolonged drinking spree. Palmer forms an unlikely bond with Sam and his teacher Maggie (Alisha Wainwright), though Eddie's past threatens to ruin his new life and family.

Swan Song

Starring Mahershala Ali, Glenn Close, and Awkwafina, Swan Song follows the journey of a loving husband and father diagnosed with a terminal illness who is presented with an alternative solution by his doctor to shield his family from grief.

The Banker

Inspired by true events, The Banker follows two entrepreneurs, Bernard Garrett (Anthony Mackie) and Joe Morris (Samuel L. Jackson), who devise an ingenious business plan to take on the racist establishment of the 1960s and fight for equal rights to the housing market — and the American dream.

The Sky is Everywhere

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Based on the book by the same name, The Sky is Everywhere tells the story of a high school girl who suffers through the loss of her big sister and gets entangled in two romantic relationships. One of these is with the sister's former fiancé.

The Tragedy of Macbeth

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From Academy Award winner Joel Coen, The Tragedy of Macbeth stars Denzel Washington and Frances MacDormand. After hitting theaters on December 25, 2021, it is now available to stream on Apple TV+.


Nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 2021 Oscars, Wolfwalkers follows young hunter Robyn Goodfellowe as she journeys to Ireland with her father to help wipe out the last wolf pack. On her journey, Robyn befriends a member of a mysterious tribe rumored to have the ability to transform into wolves by night.

Apple TV+ Documentaries

1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything

1971 was a year of musical innovation as well as political and cultural upheaval. This eight-part docuseries chronicles the birth of the most original artists and songs from the era and features never-before-seen footage of The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, and more.

9/11: Inside the President's War Room

Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of 9/11, this new documentary explores the hours immediately after the attacks from the angle of President George W. Bush, and those around him. 9/11: Inside the President's War Room is a joint production between Apple and the BBC, so you won't see it on Apple TV+ in the UK and will need to watch it on BBC iPlayer instead.

Beastie Boys Story

Directed by Spike Jonze, Beastie Boys Story is a live documentary experience in which Bestie Boys members Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz tell you the story of their band and friendship.

Becoming You

Becoming You is a global series about child development that explores how the first 2,000 days of our lives shape the rest. Documenting 100 children across the world, the series offers a thought-provoking look at how children learn to think, speak and move, from birth to age five. Olivia Colman narrates.

Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry

Award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler documents the rise of singer-songwriter Billie Eilish as she navigates life on the road and at home while writing, recording, and releasing her hit debut album.

Boys State

Boys State is an immersion into a week-long annual program in which a thousand Texas high school seniors gather to build their own mock state government. In doing so, the doc explores contemporary American masculinity and political divison.

Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You

Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You feature-length documentary captures Bruce Springsteen recording his new album Letter To You live with the full E Street Band. A must-watch for any Boss fans with final take performances of 10 originals from the new record.


Featuring fathers from across the world, Dads is a heartfelt and humorous documentary that celebrates the challenges and joys of modern-day parenting.


Inspired by Apple's "Dear Apple" ad spots, Dear... features letters to some of the most iconic figures in today's society, including Oprah Winfrey, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stevie Wonder, and more, written by those whose lives have been changed through their work. Two seasons of Dear... are available to stream.

Earth At Night In Color

Filmed across six continents, this nature docuseries uses cutting-edge camera tech to capture animals' nocturnal lives in full color. Tom Hiddleston narrates.


Fathom follows Dr. Ellen Garland and Dr. Michelle Fournet, two scientists focused on the study of humpback whale songs as they seek to better understand whale culture and communication.

Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds

Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer's Fireball explores how meteorites have impacted our planet's landscapes and cultures.

Greatness Code

Unscripted series Greatness Code highlights untold stories from the greatest athletes in the world with each of the seven episodes examining pivotal moments that defined each athlete's career. Featured athletes in season one include LeBron James, Tom Brady, Alex Morgan, Usain Bolt, and more.


The first documentary series from Apple, Home consists of a 10-episode first season exploring extraordinary homes around the world and talking to the people who built them.

Lincoln's Dilemma

Lincoln's Dilemma is a four-part documentary series based on acclaimed historian David S. Reynolds' award-winning book, Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times, that offers a fresh exploration of President Lincoln and the complex journey to end slavery. The series is narrated by Jeffrey Wright and feature the voices of Bill Camp as Abraham Lincoln and Leslie Odom Jr. as Frederick Douglass.

Long Way Up

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Starring Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, Long Way Up reunites the best friends for another motorbike adventure. This time, they'll travel 13,000 miles over 100 days through 16 border crossings and 13 countries, starting from Ushuaia at the tip of South America and working their way up through glorious and underexposed landscapes of South and Central America.

The Elephant Queen

The Elephant Queen is a genre-crossing wildlife documentary, uniquely crafted as a character-driven narrative, narrated by Chiwetel Ejiofor. It takes audiences across the African savannah and into the heart of an elephant family.

The Line

The Line is a new four-part, limited documentary series that examines the unprecedented 2018 case in which a US Navy SEAL platoon accused its chief of war crimes. All four parts of The Line premiered globally in November 2021, with an accompanying 6-part podcast of the same name having premiered in April 2021.

The Me You Can't See

Co-created by Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry, The Me You Can't See is a six-part docuseries exploring mental health and emotional wellbeing. The series features both high-profile celebrities and a wide range of people from across the globe.

The Velvet Underground

Featuring in-depth interviews with key players combined with never-before-seen performances, The Velvet Underground music documentary explores how the group became one of rock 'n' roll's most revered bands.

The Year Earth Changed

With much of the globe's human population in lockdown due to COVID-19, this timely documentary, narrated by David Attenborough, looks at nature's response to reduced human activity.

Tiny World

Narrated by Paul Rudd (yes, he's Ant-Man), this nature documentary looks at the world's smallest creatures and the extraordinary lengths they have to go to in order to survive.

'Twas the Fight Before Christmas

'Twas the Fight Before Christmas follows the story of a North Idaho neighborhood turned upside down by one man's obsession with bringing Christmas cheer to all, through the biggest community Christmas event America has ever seen. Christmas-loving lawyer Jeremy Morris' plan hits a snag when the homeowners' association informs him that the event violates the rules of the neighborhood. A contentious fight over the festivities erupts and things snowball out of control.

Visible: Out on Television

Visible: Out on Television looks at the importance of TV as a medium that shapes American conscience and how the LGBTQ movement has shaped television. The series explores themes such as invisibility, homophobia, the evolution of the LGBTQ character, and coming out in the television industry.

Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson

Award-winning producer and artist Mark Ronson explores the intersection of technology and musical innovation with his heroes and fellow hitmakers. Guests include Paul McCartney, DJ Premier, Charli XCX, Dave Grohl, and Questlove.

Who Are You, Charlie Brown?

Lupita Nyong'o narrates a documentary about Peanuts and its creator, Charles M. Schulz. Famous fans—including Kevin Smith, Al Roker, and Billie Jean King—share its influence on them, and a new animated story finds Charlie Brown on a personal quest.

Apple TV+ Talk shows

Oprah's Book Club

Television icon Oprah Winfrey has taken an active role on Apple TV+ by introducing launching projects on the streaming service. The one that debuted first should sound familiar. Oprah's Book Club first ran on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 1996 and continued for 15 years until the talk show ended. It then found a home on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and O, The Oprah Magazine as Oprah's Book Club 2.0. On Apple TV+, each episode features a book handpicked by Oprah, along with an interview about the issues that it brings to light.

The Oprah Conversation

The Oprah Conversation is a long-form interview-style show where Oprah sits down and talks politics, race relations, and more with a wide variety of guests. Former President Barack Obama is one such guest with other celebrities like Dolly Parton, Stevie Wonder, and Elliot Page also featuring.

The Problem with Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart returns to TV in a new current affairs series which takes a deep dive into some of the biggest issues of our time. A companion podcast extends the conversation from each show, too.

Apple TV+ Podcasts

For All Mankind: The Official Podcast

To coincide with season two of For All Mankind, Apple released its first Apple TV+ companion podcast with For All Mankind: The Official Podcast. Hosted by Krys Marshall, who plays Danielle Poole on the show, it features behind-the-scenes looks and interviews with scientists, former astronauts, and the cast and crew of For All Mankind.

Foundation: The Official Podcast

Foundation: The Official Podcast is an official companion podcast for Apple TV+ sci-fi drama series Foundation. Host Jason Concepcion and Foundation's showrunner and executive producer David S. Goyer discuss adapting Isaac Asimov's iconic novels for the screen while writers from the show chat with Jason and David to unpack each episode of the Apple Original series, giving viewers a deeper dive into the story.


Hooked Apple Original Podcast

Hooked Apple Original Podcast (Image credit: Apple)

Unlike many other Apple Original Podcasts, Hooked does not tie into an accompanying Apple TV+ show. The nine-part podcast series explores the true story of Tony Hathaway, whose addiction to legally prescribed opioids led him to spiral from a top engineer to becoming one of the most prolific bank robbers in American history. Available in Apple Podcasts or via RSS for free, you do not need an Apple TV+ subscription to listen to Hooked.

The Line

The Line is Apple's first hybrid podcast-TV offering presented as two non-fiction series. The series examine the moral ambiguities of war as embodied by the 2018 case in which a US Navy SEAL platoon accused its chief, Eddie Gallagher, of war crimes.

The six-part audio series hosted and executive produced by Dan Taberski is available now on Apple Podcasts with the four-part docuseries available on Apple TV+.

The Problem with Jon Stewart

The Problem with Jon Stewart is a companion podcast series to the TV+ series of the same name. The idea of the weekly show is to extend the conversation of each TV episode. Jon is joined by the staff and expert guests for nuanced discussions, updates on action items, and "airing of grievances from writers over jokes that didn't make the show."

Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy

Wild Things Podcast Artwork

Wild Things Podcast Artwork (Image credit: Apple TV+)

Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy, an eight-part podcast series, shares the behind-the-scenes story of the world's most famous magical duo.

Over the course of nearly half a century, Siegfried & Roy performed 30,000 shows for millions of people. Although the German-born illusionists and pop culture icons were mega-famous, much about their private lives, eccentric public personae and tragic final show remained shrouded in mystery … until now. Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and investigative journalist Steven Leckart goes behind the velvet curtain to reveal shocking moments, surprising details and hidden truths about two men who were lionized by millions of fans, lampooned by the media, criticized by animal welfare advocates, and endlessly scrutinized by the public.

Apple continues to grow its number of TV+-adjacent podcast offerings, though Wild Things does not offer a TV counterpart as is the case for The Line and The Problem With Jon Stewart, nor is it a companion podcast like those that launched with its Foundation and For All Mankind TV+ series.

Apple TV+ Coming soon

Apple shows no sign of slowing down when it comes to Apple TV+, and here are just some of the shows we know are in the works over at Apple.


This eight-part comedy series is set to star Imelda Staunton who previously featured in Trying for Apple TV+ as well as the Harry Potter movies. Alabama is a co-production with the BBC and was set to air in 2020 according to Chortle's original 2019 reporting, though it's possible the timeline was pushed back due to the pandemic:

Production on the comedy drama is underway and the 'major eight-part series' will air worldwide next year on the tech giant's new digital platform.

The show has been directed by Catastrophe's Jim O'Hanlon and produced by Chris Sussman, head of comedy for BBC Studios.

  • Release date: Unknown

Amber Brown

Apple has ordered a series aimed at kids and families based on the best-selling books by Paula Danziger:

"Amber Brown" is an unfiltered look at a girl finding her own voice through art and music in the wake of her parents' divorce. The series will star Carsyn Rose ("The Rookie," "Cousins for Life") as Amber Brown, an everykid who is going through what many children experience, and making sense of her new family dynamic through her sketches and video diary.

  • Release date: Unknown

Andy Samberg sci-fi comedy-drama

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Apple TV+ has landed a new project from Andy Samberg and Ben Stiller. Samberg has teamed up once again with Andy Siara, the writer of Palm Springs, for an untitled sci-fi comedy-drama.

While details of the project itself are unknown, it has been revealed that it is an original idea from Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the mind behind Bojack Horseman.


Apple has reportedly spent $200 million to acquire the rights to spy thriller Argylle, according to Deadline.

Argylle has a killer cast including lead Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O'Hara, John Cena and Samuel L. Jackson. Making her screen-starring debut will be Grammy winner Dua Lipa, who will also provide music for the title track and score.

The film, based on the soon-to-be-launched spy novel of the same name from author Ellie Conway, follows the world's greatest spy as he is caught up in a globe-trotting adventure. Conway's debut thriller is scheduled to be published in a major launch in 2022 by Transworld Publishers Ltd, a division of Penguin Random House.

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Audrey Hepburn biopic

Apple TV+ has reportedly signed a new movie based on the life of legendary actress Audrey Hepburn. 2-time Oscar nominee Rooney Mara is set to play the Breakfast at Tiffany's star, according to Deadline. Variety confirmed the news and added that the plot details are being kept secret for now:

Though plot details are being kept under wraps, Hepburn is an acting legend celebrated for her performances in classics like "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "My Fair Lady," "Wait Until Dark," "Charade" and "Sabrina." During her four-decade career, Hepburn achieved EGOT status, winning Emmy, Oscar, Tony and Grammy awards, the last of which she received posthumously. She was also a dedicated humanitarian, working with UNICEF to help children in Africa, South America and Asia and receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1992.

  • Release date: Unknown

Bad Blood

Apple confirmed its Apple Original Films studio is backing and will distribute Bad Blood, a new movie focusing on the shocking rise and fall of Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes, per Deadline. Jennifer Lawrence will star as Holmes with Adam McKay writing and directing.

Holmes' Silicon Valley blood testing startup catapulted the Stanford dropout to short-lived status as the youngest and richest self-made billionaire as shares of Theranos became the darling of the venture capital set. It all came tumbling down after an expose by former WSJ investigative reporter John Carreyrou. The film is based on his book, Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Start Up.

  • Release date: Unknown

Bad Monkey

A new 10-episode drama from Emmy Award-nominated writer and executive producer Bill Lawrence (Ted Lasso) is coming soon to Apple TV+. Vince Vaughn is set to star and executive produce.

"Bad Monkey" tells the story of Andrew Yancy (played by Vaughn), a one-time detective demoted to restaurant inspector in Southern Florida. A severed arm found by a tourist out fishing pulls Yancy into the world of greed and corruption that decimates the land and environment in both Florida and the Bahamas. And yes, there's a monkey.

  • Release date: Unknown

Bad Sisters

Apple has reportedly ordered a 10-episode dark comedy series set to star Sharon Horgan. According to Variety, Horgan will also co-write and executive produce.

The untitled comedy follows the lives of the Garvey sisters, who are bound together by the premature death of their parents and a promise to always protect one another.

Variety later reported that the show will be titled Bad Sisters and the cast will feature Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene, and Eve Hewson as the Garvey sisters. Claes Bang, Brian Gleeson, Daryl McCormack, Assaad Bouab, and Saise Quinn also star.

  • Release date: Unknown

Being Heumann

Apple Original Films has landed rights to a package based on Judy Heumann's bestselling memoir Being Heumann, according to Deadline. Sian Heder (CODA) is set to direct with Ali Stroker starring. Heumann and her co-author Kristen Joiner will executive produce.

  • Release date: Unknown

Benjamin Franklin drama series

Apple has confirmed an upcoming drama which will see Michael Douglass star as Benjamin Franklin. The limited series is from Kirk Ellis, the writer of the acclaimed series John Adams, and will be based on the book A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America from Stacy Schiff. The series will be directed by Tim Van Patten.

The drama will explore the thrilling story of one of the greatest gambles of Benjamin Franklin's career. At age 70, without any diplomatic training, Franklin convinced France – an absolute monarchy – to underwrite America's experiment in democracy. By virtue of his fame, charisma and ingenuity, Franklin outmaneuvered British spies, French informers and hostile colleagues, all while engineering the Franco-American alliance of 1778 and the final peace treaty with England of l783. The eight-year French mission stands as Franklin's most vital service to his country, without which America would not have won the Revolution.

  • Release date: Unknown

Black & Blues: The Colorful Ballad of Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong Apple Tv Plus

Louis Armstrong Apple Tv Plus (Image credit: Apple)

Apple has announced that it has greenlit a Louis Armstrong documentary feature entitled Black & Blues: The Colorful Ballad of Louis Armstrong directed by Sacha Jenkins.

The film offers a definitive look at the master musician's life and legacy as a founding father of jazz, the first pop star and a cultural ambassador of the United States. He was loved by millions worldwide but often mischaracterized for not doing enough to support the civil rights movement. In reality, his fight for social justice was fueled by his celebrity and his willingness to break his silence on issues of segregation and patriotism. With the full support of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, the filmmakers have access to a treasure trove of never-before-seen archival materials, including hundreds of hours of audio recordings, film footage, photographs, personal diaries and a life's worth of ephemera for exclusive use in the first significant documentary dedicated entirely to his life.

  • Release date: Unknown

Brad Pitt Formula One movie

Apple has reportedly beaten out competition from the likes of Netflix, Amazon, Sony, and more to pick up a new Brad Pitt movie all about Formula One racing. Set to involve Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski alongside Jerry Bruckheimer, Deadline reports that the movie will see Pitt star as a driver who takes a younger racer under his wing:

Apple is in exclusive negotiations and will close the first big film package of the new year. That's the highly competitive race to acquire an untitled pitch package that will have Brad Pitt playing a racer who comes out of retirement to mentor a younger driver and take his final stab at glory on the track as the younger driver's teammate.

  • Release date: Unknown

Brad Pitt/George Clooney thriller

Per Deadline, Apple is said to have inked a deal with for an as-yet untitled thriller starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney. The thriller follows two lone-wolf fixers assigned to the same job.

Apple Studios has landed yet another high-caliber movie package, making a deal for an untitled film that Spider-Man director Jon Watts will write and direct, with George Clooney and Brad Pitt starring. The film will get a robust theatrical release as part of this.

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Reported by Deadline, Scarlett Johansson is coming to Apple TV+ in a new film called Bride. The actor will reportedly both produce and star in the film, which is being made by Apple and A24. Sebastián Lelio, best known for films like A Fantastic Woman, Disobedience, and Gloria, has signed on to direct.

The plot follows a woman created to be an ideal wife — the singular obsession of a brilliant entrepreneur. When she rejects her creator, she's forced to flee her confined existence, confronting a world that sees her as a monster. It is on the run that she finds her true identity, her surprising power, and the strength to remake herself as her own creation.

  • Release date: Unknown

Brie Larson CIA biography series

Captain Marvel star and Academy Award winner Brie Larson will star in this straight-to-series drama that's based on Amaryllis Fox's memoir, Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA.

According to Deadline, "The drama is described as a provocative and contemporary look at a young woman's journey in the CIA, told through the prism of her closest relationships."

  • Release date: Unknown

Black Bird

Apple Tv Plus Black Bird

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Apple has provided a first look at its upcoming psychological thriller Black Bird. The six-episode series is adapted from the true-crime memoir In with the Devil: A Fallen Hero, a Serial Killer, and a Dangerous Bargain for Redemption and will star Taron Egerton and Paul Walter Hauser.

Inspired by actual events, when high school football hero, decorated policeman's son and convicted drug dealer Jimmy Keene (Taron Egerton) is sentenced to 10 years in a minimum security prison, he is given the choice of a lifetime — enter a maximum-security prison for the criminally insane and befriend suspected serial killer Larry Hall (Paul Walter Hauser), or stay where he is and serve his full sentence with no possibility of parole. Keene quickly realizes his only way out is to elicit a confession and find out where the bodies of several young girls are buried before Hall's appeal goes through. But is this suspected killer telling the truth? Or is it just another tale from a serial liar? This dramatic and captivating story subverts the crime genre by enlisting the help of the very people put behind bars to solve its mysteries.

  • Release date: July 8, 2022

Carlos Ghosn docuseries

Apple has greenlit a four-part documentary series about the rise and fall of former Nissan and Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn, according to Deadline.

Told through unprecedented access to the people who were there, alongside the reporting of Wall Street Journal reporters Nick Kostov and Sean McLain, the untitled docuseries will tell the full story of how one of the most admired businessmen on the planet became its most famous international fugitive.

  • Release date: Unknown

Carpool Karaoke: The Series

Carpool Karaoke John Legend Alicia Keys

Carpool Karaoke John Legend Alicia Keys (Image credit: Apple)

After debuting on Apple Music before relocating to the Apple TV app, Carpool Karaoke: The Series is set to make the move to Apple TV+ with season five, reports Deadline.

  • Release date: Unknown

Carrie & Me

According to Deadline, Apple is in final negotiations for Carrie & Me, a film adaptation of Carol Burnett's bestselling memoir about her daughter Carrie Hamilton.

In the memoir, described as "a touching tribute to her eldest daughter," Burnett tells the story of Hamilton, who won the hearts of everyone she met with her kindness, quirky humor and unconventional approach to life. After overcoming her painful and public teenage struggle with drug addiction in a time when personal troubles were kept private, Hamilton lived her adult life of sobriety to the fullest, achieving happiness and success as an actress, writer, musician and director before losing a hard-fought battle with cancer in 2002 at age 38.

  • Release date: Unknown

Cartoon Saloon series

In a 2021 interview with Deadline, Wolfwalkers directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart mentioned a new animated series in the works at Cartoon Saloon for Apple TV+. Moore said:

And we have a big series for Apple TV that's not really announced. But it's epic because it's feature-quality, hand-drawn animation across 12 half-hours, and then a big, hour-long special at the end, which is going to take a lot of work.

  • Release date: Unknown

Cha Cha Real Smooth

Cha Cha Real Smooth Screencap Copy

Cha Cha Real Smooth Screencap Copy (Image credit: Sundance Institute)

Apple TV+ has reportedly picked up Cooper Raiff's Cha Cha Real Smooth after winning a "competitive bidding situation" that involved some of Hollywood's biggest hitters. Variety reports that Apple TV+ beat out stiff competition from all the usual suspects including Netflix. The movie was plucked out of this year's virtual Sundance Film Festival.

"Cha Cha Real Smooth" stars Raiff as a recent graduate working as a bar mitzvah hype man. While on the job, he strikes up a unique friendship with a young mother (Dakota Johnson) and her teenage daughter (Vanessa Burghardt). Leslie Mann, Evan Assante, Raúl Castillo and Odeya Rush fill out the ensemble.

  • Release date: June 17

City on Fire

Drama series City on Fire has been confirmed by Apple, inspired by the acclaimed novel of the same name by Garth Risk Hallberg:

In "City on Fire," an NYU student is shot in Central Park on the Fourth of July, 2003. Samantha Cicciaro is alone; there are no witnesses and very little physical evidence. Her friends' band is playing her favorite downtown club but she leaves to meet someone, promising to return. She never does. As the crime against Samantha is investigated, she's revealed to be the crucial connection between a series of mysterious citywide fires, the downtown music scene, and a wealthy uptown real estate family fraying under the strain of the many secrets they keep.

  • Release date: Unknown

Colleen McGuinness comedy series

Apple reportedly landed 10-episode series from Colleen McGuinness (30 Rock), according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 10-episode, half-hour comedy is inspired by Curtis Sittenfeld's short story collection You Think It, I'll Say It.

Kristen Wiig was originally pegged to star, though she has since departed the show due to scheduling conflicts, as per a Deadline report. The show is currently on hold as Apple and the producers "evaluate their options, including proceeding with a different actress."

  • Release date: Unknown


Apple has reportedly ordered its first Russian-language original series, with Container set to star The Bourne Supremacy's Oksana Akinshina. According to a Variety report, the show already aired in its native Russia in September 2021, but it will be available to stream on Apple TV+ in spring 2022.

Described as "bold" and "unflinching," the series sees Akinshina play Sasha, a surrogate mother hiding a dangerous secret who reluctantly finds herself ensconced in the luxurious home of the rich family whose baby she is gestating. As Sasha navigates the privilege and politics of the super-rich, both her secrets and theirs threaten to collide.

  • Release date: Unknown

Damien Chazelle drama

Apple has given another straight-to-series order, this time for a drama from La La Land writer/director Damien Chazelle. Little is known about the plot of the series at this time.

From Variety:

Details of the series' plot are being kept under wraps, but Chazelle will write and direct every episode of the series, as well as serving as executive producer. In addition to Chazelle, the series will be executive produced by Jordan Horowitz via his Original Headquarters banner, and Fred Berger for Automatik Entertainment. Media Rights Capital is the studio.

  • Release date: Unknown

Dark Matter

Apple has announced a new sci-fi show entitled Dark Matter based on the Blake Crouch novel of the same name. The nine-episode series is set to star Joel Edgerton and will be produced for Apple TV+ by Sony Pictures Television.

Hailed as one of the best sci-fi novels of the decade, "Dark Matter" is a story about the road not taken. The series will follow Jason Dessen (played by Edgerton), a physicist, professor, and family man who — one night while walking home on the streets of Chicago — is abducted into an alternate version of his life. Wonder quickly turns to nightmare when he tries to return to his reality amid the multiverse of lives he could have lived. In this labyrinth of mind-bending realities, he embarks on a harrowing journey to get back to his true family and save them from the most terrifying, unbeatable foe imaginable: himself.

  • Release date: Unknown

Dear Edward

Apple has announced a series order for Dear Edward, a new 10-episode drama series based on the novel by Ann Napolitano. The show will be written, showrun and executive produced by Jason Katims and stars Connie Britton, Taylor Schilling, and Colin O'Brien. Palmer director Fisher Stevens will direct and executive produce the first episode.

"Dear Edward" tells the story of Edward Adler (played by O'Brien), a 12-year-old boy who survives a devastating commercial plane crash that kills every other passenger on the flight, including his family. As Edward and a diverse ensemble of others affected by the tragedy try to make sense of life after the crash, unexpected friendships, romances and communities are formed. The new series is a heartbreaking, life-affirming and uplifting story about survival, resilience, connection and the examination of what makes us human.

  • Release date: Unknown


Acclaimed director Alfonso Cuarón is adapting Renee Knight's novel Disclaimer as a series for Apple TV+ with Cate Blanchett and Kevin Kline set to star, according to Deadline:

"Blanchett plays Catherine Ravenscroft, a successful and respected television documentary journalist whose work has been built on revealing the concealed transgressions of long-respected institutions. When an intriguing novel written by a widower, played by Kline, appears on her bedside table, she is horrified to realize she is a key character in a story that she had hoped was long buried in the past. A story that reveals her darkest secret. A secret she thought was hers alone."

Disclaimer will mark the first time that Cuarón has written and directed all episodes of an original series.

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Apple has reportedly landed Dolly, a sci-fi courtroom drama focused around a robot that kills its owner. Florence Pugh, who was nominated for an Oscar for her supporting role in Little Women, is currently attached to star in the film, says Deadline.

The film is a sci-fi courtroom drama in which a robotic "companion doll" kills its owner and then shocks the world by claiming that she is not guilty and asking for a lawyer. The film, which is inspired by Elizabeth Bear's short story of the same name, has elements of both classic courtroom drama and sci-fi.

  • Release date: Unknown


Apple has picked up a new 12-part natural history series. Entitled Earthsound, the show will use audio technology as a means to tell stories about wildlife, as a Deadline report notes:

The half-hour series uses audio technology and cinematic 360 sound design to reveal the unexpected, unfamiliar, and untold natural stories on every continent of the planet.

  • Release date: Unknown

Echo 3

In July 2020, Apple confirmed it has given a straight-to-series order for Echo 3, a new action-thriller written by Academy Award-winning producer and writer Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker). The 10-part series is based on the award-winning Israeli drama When Heroes Fly.

In "Echo 3", Amber Chesborough, a brilliant young scientist, is the emotional center of a small American family. When she goes missing along the Colombia-Venezuela border, her brother and her husband – two men with deep military experience and complicated pasts – struggle to find her in a layered personal drama, set against the explosive backdrop of a secret war.

  • Release date: Unknown

El Gato Negro

Robert Rodriguez and Diego Boneta are teaming up for El Gato Negro, according to The Hollywood Reporter, an adaptation of a Mexican comic book being set up at Apple TV+ as a series.

The comic, created by Richard Dominguez, centers on the intergenerational exploits of two crime-fighting heroes in South Texas. The first is a young man who takes up the mantle of a fabled local hero to avenge the death of his best friend, while the other is his grandfather, a lucha (Mexican wrestler) who turned to crime-busting decades earlier.

  • Release date: Unknown


Apple has landed the rights to new movie Emancipation for Apple TV+, starring Will Smith, according to Deadline. The deal is reportedly worh in excess of $120 million.

Apple Studios has acquired world rights to Emancipation, the film package with Antoine Fuqua directing Will Smith in a Willam N. Collage-scripted action thriller about the harrowing escape of Peter, a runaway slave forced to outwit cold-blooded hunters and the unforgiving swamps of Louisiana on a tortuous journey North where he joined the Union Army.

  • Release date: Unknown


Apple has given a series order to Extrapolations, an anthology series about climate change from Scott Z. Burns, according to Variety. Here's how Burns describes it:

"Most of the storytelling around climate change has focused on the science and getting people to accept it," said Burns. "Our aim with 'Extrapolations' is to move beyond science and use drama, comedy, mystery and every other genre to allow us to consider how every aspect of our world is going to be changing in the years ahead. We know the climate is going to change – 'Extrapolations' asks, can we change, too?"

There are some big names attached to the project including Meryl Streep, Sienna Miller, Kit Harington, Daveed Diggs, Gemma Chan, David Schwimmer, Forest Whitaker, Tobey Maguire, Edward Norton, Indira Varma, and more.

  • Release date: Unknown

Five Days at Memorial

Apple has confirmed a new limited series based on the award-winning non-fiction book Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital.

"Based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink, "Five Days At Memorial" chronicles the first five days in a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina made landfall. When the floodwaters rose, the power failed and the heat climbed, exhausted caregivers were forced to make life-and-death decisions that haunted them for years to come."

  • Release date: Unknown

Friday Night Baseball

Announced in March 2022, Apple's first foray into live sports for Apple TV+ will be Friday Night Baseball. The weekly broadcast will be produced by MLB Network, featuring two games with pre-game and post-game analysis.

Friday Night Baseball will be available in the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the United Kingdom, with fans in the U.S. also being able to enjoy MLB Big Inning, a live highlights show airing every weeknight during the 2022 regular season.

  • Release date: April 8


Late last summer, Deadline reported that Apple had picked up Ghosted, a romantic action adventure movie that will be directed by Dexter Fletcher. Marvel stars Scarlett Johanssen and Chris Evans were set to reuinte on the move, though later reports suggest Johanssen has left the project and has been replaced by No Time To Die star Ana de Armas.

  • Release date: Unknown

Godzilla and Titans live-action series