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A Look at All the Apple TV+ Originals

  • Apple TV+ offers exclusive Apple original TV shows and movies in 4K HDR quality
  • For $6.99/month, you can watch all of Apple’s originals
  • Find out the latest trailers and what to watch on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ offers exclusive Apple original TV shows and movies in 4K HDR quality. You can watch across all of your screens and pick up where you left off on any device. Apple TV+ costs $6.99 per month. The TV app is the exclusive destination for Apple TV+, but the TV app is a little confusing because it blends together purchasable TV shows and movies from the iTunes Store, which you can buy or rent, content from other apps like Amazon Prime and Disney+, and Apple TV Channels.

For your $6.99/month subscription, you can watch all of Apple’s originals. Apple aims for premium quality across its drama, comedy, and documentary TV shows and movies so everything should reach a reasonable level of quality and hopefully be worth your time. In terms of personal recommendations, I suggest starting with Ted Lasso, For All Mankind, Severance, Trying, and the movie Finch.

Animated graphic novel adaptation Strange Planet premieres August 9, Snoopy’s latest original special, *One-of-a-Kind Marcie*, streams August 18, and Carlos Ghosn documentary, Wanted premieres August 25. Idris Elba stars in this airplane hijack thriller, with the seven hour ordeal portrayed in real-time across seven episodes.

Apple TV+ also offers original comedies, dramas, thrillers, documentaries, and kids shows. These include Ted Lasso, For All Mankind, Severance, Trying, Strange Planet, Foundation, Duck & Goose, Cherries, Physical, The Afterparty, Snoopy in Space, Swagger, and Lovely Little Farm.

The easiest way to get started with Apple TV+ is to open the Apple TV app on your device, and tap on the Originals tab. You can watch on your Apple TV set-top box, iPhone, or iPad as you might expect. But you don’t need the latest Apple TV 4K to enjoy Apple TV+. The TV app is also available on other platforms like Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Sony PlayStation, Xbox, and even the web at tv.apple.com.
From the David Attenborough narrated docuseries Prehistoric Planet to the heartwarming comedy Ted Lasso, Apple TV+ has released a huge range of exciting new original series this year.

One of the most beloved series is Harriet the Spy, an animated series based on the classic children’s book. 11-year-old Harriet (voiced by Beanie Feldstein) is an aspiring writer and absorbs as much information about the world around her as possible.

For those looking for a more mature show, The Last Thing He Told Me is a dramatic adaptation of the New York Times bestseller. Jennifer Garner stars as Hannah, whose seemingly-perfect partner Owen unexpectedly vanishes. The story follows Hannah as she discovers she didn’t really know her husband at all.

For sports fans, My Kind of Country is a competition series hosted by Jimmie Allen, Mickey Guyton and Orville Peck, that highlights upcoming talent in country music.

Apple TV+ is the perfect place to find something to watch, whatever your age or interests. With a range of genres, there’s something for everyone.
From crime thrillers to stop-motion animation, this collection of series has something for everyone!

Vincent Cassel and Eva Green star in Apple’s first French language original series, Alison Rowdy, a crime thriller. Eugene Levy travels the world in The Reluctant Traveler, a docuseries of personal challenges. Pretzel is a world’s longest dachshund with a supportive family. Make or Break follows the best surfers of the World Surf League. Billy Crudup stars in Jack, a retro-future sci-fi series. Dear Edward is an emotional drama about grief. Circle, Triangle and Square is a stop-motion animation adaptation of Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen’s book series. Servant is a psychological thriller produced by M. Night Shyamalan. Truth Be Told is a true-crime docuseries. Little America is a half-hour anthology series about amazing tales of immigrants. Siblings Charles and Lizzie share their love for dogs in a live action TV show for kids. Gary Oldman leads the adaptation of the Mick Herron book series, Slow Horses. Circuit Breakers is an anthology series for kids and families to enjoy together. Finally, Slumberkins is a show about feelings, based on characters from the popular children’s book series.

These series are sure to entertain and educate. Check them out and find your next favorite show!
Have you been keeping up with the latest shows? From The Mosquito Coast to Amber Brown, there’s something for everyone!

The Mosquito Coast follows Allie Fox (Justin Theroux) and his family as they go on the run from the US government in a perilous journey to Mexico. Unfortunately, the show has been cancelled and will not return for a third season.

Acapulco is set at a popular hotel resort in Acapulco. It follows the present-day version of lead character Maximo Gallardo, who narrates the life experiences of his younger self, starting from when he joined the resort in 1984. A third season is in development.

Ghostwriter follows the adventures of four kids in a haunted bookstore. They must solve the mysteries that they entail.

Lin Ford stars in Shantaram, a show about a runaway criminal who tries to start a new life in Bombay, India. Unfortunately, the show has been cancelled and will not return for a second season.

Jon Stewart returns to television with a more serious tone in each hour-long episode of The Problem with Jon Stewart.

Jack McBrayer’s The Kindness Show reinforces the values of caring and connecting with others.

Otis the tractor is here to help others in the animated kids series that takes place on Long Hill Dairy Farm.

William Wolf lets his imagination run wild in his own show, and he might even have the power to change the world.

Sago Mini World is explored in Surfside Girls, where best friends Sam and Jade explore supernatural happenings in their seaside town.

Bad Sisters features Sharon Horgan as Eva, one of the five sisters in the family. A second season has been confirmed and is in development.

Central Park follows a family of caretakers trying to save the city’s green space from being converted into a shopping mall. It’s an animated musical comedy with 3-4 original songs per episode.

Ella faces her fears head-on in her teenage life in the show, Ella.

The Queen of the Lands fears the mythic twins in the post-apocalyptic adventure, See.

Amber Brown is a fun TV series for the whole family to enjoy, and Josh Dubin is the star of the show, Just Don’t Fall.

Finally, the show Surface follows Sophie as she pieces together the truth of what happened. A second season is in the works.

There’s something for everyone – so get watching!
Apple TV+ is bringing viewers a great selection of new series and documentaries. From comedy to crime to sports to reality, there is something for everyone.

Try ‘Trying’, a British comedy revolving around a couple unable to conceive, instead opting to go down the adoption path. Rafe Spall and Esther Smith play the characters negotiating the various hurdles of adoption. A fourth season is in development.

For a thriller, check out ‘Loot’, starring Maya Rudolph. Molly must figure out what to do with her $87 billion divorce settlement as she reckons with the comings and goings of her new life.

For a true story, watch ‘Jimmy Keene’. Inmate Jimmy Keene is given a chance for freedom, but must be transported to a maximum security prison and elicit a confession out of a suspected serial killer.

‘For All Mankind’ explores what could have happened if the Russians got to the Moon first in 1969. Season two picks up in 1983 as the USA and USSR face off in a space race cold war.

Carpool Karaoke: The Series expands on the original premise with different celebrities taking the wheel for various comedic skits and classic karaoke sing-alongs.

‘The Helpsters’ is an educational children’s live-action puppet series that teaches the fundamentals of problem solving and coding.

In ‘Shining Girls’, journalist Kirby (Elisabeth Moss) realizes that a modern day murder is somehow linked to her own personal childhood assault.

‘Makur Maker’ is a five-part docuseries covering the story of Makur Maker, the first top 100 NBA draft prospect to commit to a historically Black college.

‘They Call Me Magic’ follows Earvin Johnson, an NBA basketball legend, and his business and philanthropic impacts.

In ‘Roar’, Nicole Kidman, Alison Brie, Cynthia Erivo and Meera Syal star in this eight-part anthology series of genre-bending feminist fables.

‘Tehran’ follows a Mossad agent undercover in Tehran, Iran, in this espionage thriller.

The Big Conn explores one of the largest government frauds in US history, with a value in the billions of dollars, all centering on one man: Eric C. Conn.

Finally, ‘Pachinko’ is a sweeping epic told in three languages and spanning four generations of a Korean immigrant family.

Check out Apple TV+ for all these great shows and more!
From the story of President Abraham Lincoln’s journey to end slavery to a daring brain scientist uncovering the secrets of his family’s mysterious deaths, Apple TV+ has a wide range of captivating stories to explore.

In Severance, Mark Scout (Adam Scott) slowly confronts the secrets of the mysterious corporation he works for. Suspicion follows the FBI as they down track four suspects and hunt for clues in the abduction of an American businesswoman’s son.

In Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock, follow the Fraggles and Doozers as they embark on a new set of fun adventures. El Deafo is a three-part animated story about Cece learning to treat her hearing aids as a superpower.

The highly anticipated third season of Doug Unplugs is coming on September 13. The Morning Show unravels the ramifications of a sexual misconduct allegation and the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. Mr. Corman follows a teacher who thinks he is stuck in a rut.

From The Shrink Next Door to Dickinson, Apple TV+ is filled with captivating stories for viewers of all ages. With so many amazing shows to choose from, there’s something for everyone on Apple TV+.
Apple TV+ offers a variety of content from some of the most iconic individuals in the entertainment industry, from Paul Rudd to Tom Hiddleston, and even Oprah Winfrey! Whether you’re looking for a psychological thriller, a documentary, or a heartwarming comedy, there’s something for everyone.

Apple TV+ has original content ranging from the microscopic life forms of Tiny World, narrated by Paul Rudd, to the eerie phone calls in Calls, narrated by Tom Hiddleston. There are also fascinating documentaries, such as Becoming You, narrated by Olivia Colman, and Visible, which looks at the portrayal and development of LGBTQ characters.

For a dose of nostalgia, you can watch the Amazing Stories anthology series, produced by Steven Spielberg, or the remake of the late 90s Beanie Babies craze, Long Way Up, starring Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman. Finally, you can take a look at the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury in the drama Lynsey, starring Jennifer Lawrence.

Explore the amazing content available on Apple TV+ today!

Black & Blues is a feature-length documentary on Louis Armstrong, one of the most influential figures in jazz music. Half-brothers Raymond (Ewan McGregor) and Ray (Ethan Hawke) must come together to fulfill their estranged father’s final wish following his death in Cha Cha Real Smooth. Zac Efron stars as Chickie, who travels to the front lines of the Vietnam war, to give allied soldiers a little bit of hope in The Sky is Everywhere. Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand lead a bold black-and-white adaptation of the Shakespeare classic in The King. Tom Hanks stars as the eponymous inventor in Finch, and Mahershala Ali stars as Cameron in Swan Song. Todd Haynes brings a refined perspective on a genre-defining rock band in The Velvet Underground. The Come From Away musical tells the story of the small town of Gander in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. Ruby, played by actress Emilia Jones, discovers a passion and a talent for singing in CODA. This documentary explores the life of Charles Schulz and the Peanuts series in Fathom. The Year Earth Changed explores 2020 from the perspective of the natural world. Tom Holland stars as Cherry, in this hard-hitting drama feature directed by the Russo brothers in Cherry.

Explore a variety of stories with these upcoming films and documentaries! From Louis Armstrong in the feature-length documentary Black & Blues, to the post-apocalyptic Finch, to the real-world representation of the deaf community in CODA, there is something for everyone. Be sure to watch the trailers and read the related books for more insight into these stories.
Apple TV+ is streaming a variety of content to entertain audiences. From the heartwarming “For Auld Lang Syne” special featuring the beloved Peanuts characters to the thrilling documentary “9/11: The Final Minutes,” Apple TV+ has something for everyone.

For sports fans, MLB Friday Night Baseball is available in the US, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the UK. Plus, US and Canadian viewers get access to a 24/7 stream of MLB replays, classic games and more content.

Apple Music collaborations are also bringing music fans exclusive performances from some of the biggest artists in the world. Ed Sheeran was the first artist featured in the series, premiering tracks from his new album, Subtract.

Make sure to check out these amazing Apple TV+ releases and more. Check out the latest releases on Apple TV+! With 207 TV shows and films, you’ll never be bored! There’s something for everyone, from Mariah Carey’s holiday celebration spectacular to the classic Fraggle Rock puppet show. You can even join Snoopy on the Apollo 10 mission in the live-action mockumentary, ‘The Peanuts Classics’. Or, rediscover your favorite childhood cartoons with ‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’ and ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’. Subscribe now and enjoy all these titles and more!

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