Whatever could be the verdict down the line, Apple TV+ is off to a good start – due largely to the aggressive pricing and the seemingly game-changing one-year subscription. While the streaming service has only a handful of flicks and TV series right now, the collection does have both variety and quality to make a mark right out of the bat. So, whether you are willing to switch your loyalty or give the streaming service a shot, glancing through the complete list of Apple TV+ shows, series, and movies including the upcoming ones first up would be a novel idea.
List of All the Apple TV+ Shows, Series, and Movies
Directed by Francis Lawrence and written by Steven Knight, “See” is a post-apocalyptic drama. Starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard, it takes a peek into the world with no sight. Part of the opening lineup of Apple TV+ shows, it is worth giving a shot for those who love to explore futuristic storyline. Given the popularity, the show is all set to be renewed for the second season as well.
The Morning Show
Produced by Reese Witherspoon’s production company Hello Sunshine, “The Morning Show” is an intriguing drama that has received rave reviews. Starring Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and Steve Carrell, the drama follows a morning TV news show.
It takes a lot of inspiration from Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV by Brian Stelter and portraits power struggles between men and women. Due mainly to the fairly impressive success, Apple has renewed The Morning Show for a second season.
For All Mankind
Created and written by Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert, and Ben Nedivi, For All Mankind is a science fiction TV series. It’s a depiction of an alternate history about what would have happened if the global space race had never ended after the Soviet Union made history by putting the first man on the moon.
Packed with a solid star cast including Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Jodi Balfour, and Sarah Jones, the science fiction is a fascinating portrayal of the moon race of the ’60s. Not to mention, the TV series has got a thumbs up for a second season as well.
Primed for preschoolers, Helpsters is a joy to way. Produced by Children’s Television Workshop the educational entertainment TV series aims to teach toddlers the core concepts of coding to help people. Courtesy the fun-loving storyline, Helpsters has received high praise from both fans and critics alike.
Written by Alena Smith, Dickinson is a fun-loving comedy-drama. Hailee Steinfeld has starred the show as Emily Dickenson and Jane Krakowski and Toby Huss have donned the roles of her parents.
The period black comedy web television series is a coming-of-age story where a woman’s indefatigable fight to get her voice heard is on full display. Gripping story aside, Dickinson has got a go-ahead for the second season as well.
Oprah’s Book Club
Probably the most talked-about TV show that’s streaming on Apple TV+ is Oprah Winfrey’s exclusive series. Well-known for turning novels into bestsellers overnight, the Book Club is primed for not only Oprah’s fans but also bibliophiles. Winfrey’s interview with the authors of the book club selections at various locations is a treat to watch. As of now, only one episode is available.
Written by Tony Basgallop, Servant is a psychological horror show. The TV series is about parents Dorothy and Sean Turner who hire a nanny to take care of their child. With time, things change dramatically, unfolding a series of unexpected events. Toby Kebbel and Lauren Ambrose have played their parts gracefully as Sean Turner and Dorothy Turner respectively. Ahead of the premiere, Apple announced that it would renew the psychological horror show for a second season.
Snoopy in Space
As a Canadian animated web TV series, Snoopy in Space is fun-loving. Produced by DHX Media, the TV series takes inspiration from the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. The story is about Charlie Brown’s beagle Snoopy who makes his dream true by becoming a NASA astronaut. Snoopy in Space is a limited series of 10 animated shorts.
If you are on the lookout for a TV series with plenty of mystery and humor for kids, “Ghostwriter” would be worth taking note of.
The children’s mystery television series is a reboot of the ’90s Ghostwriter TV show. It stars well-known names like Isaac Arellanes, Hannah Levinson, and Jay Santiago.
The Elephant Queen
Directed by Victoria Stone along with Mark Deeble and produced by Lucinda Englehart under the banner of Deeble & Stone, The Elephant Queen is a documentary film. Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor as a narrator, the plot revolves around Athena, a mother elephant who safeguards her herd when forced to leave their waterhole.
Upcoming Apple TV+ Original Shows and Movies
Untitled Damien Chazelle Drama
In what could be great news for the folks who adore intriguing drama, La La Land writer/director Chazelle is reportedly directing an untitled series. As to who will feature in the show, not much has come out in the open.
Untitled Kristen Wiig Comedy
Starring Kristen Wiig, a comedy series is in the making. It’s inspired by an assortment of short stories titled “You Think It, I’ll Say It.” Helmed by Colleen McGuiness, the show will feature Reese Witherspoon not only in a major role but also as an executive producer. If reports are to be believed, it will be a-10 episode show.
Untitled M. Night Shyamalan Drama
Night Shyamalan is reportedly executive producing a thriller series. It stars some big names like Lauren Ambrose, Rupert Grint, and Nell Tiger M. The series revolves around parents who hire a young nanny to take care of their newborn. The show is likely to feature 10 episodes.
Untitled Simon Kinberg and David Weil Sci-Fi Series
Well-known writer and producer Simon Kinberg is making a sci-fi series. It’s a 10-episode sci-fi show. As per reports, David Weil is also playing a major role in the production. It’s slated to arrive in 2020.
Untitled Brie Larson Drama
Going by the rumor mills, a scintillating drama starring Brie Larson is in the making. It explores the life of a young woman in the ranks of the CIA. Though not much has been revealed about the drama, it is reported to be in full swing.
Featuring notable stars like Brooklynn Prince, Jim Sturgess, and Abby Miller, Magic Hour is inspired by the real-life story of Hilde Lysiak. The story revolves around the 11-year-old Lysiak who leaves Brooklyn to answer the questions created by her missing father.
Truth Be Told
Truth Be Told promises to be a great show based on a popular podcast “think: Serial” and adapted from the novel “Are You Sleeping” by Kathleen Barber. The story follows Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul. Truth Be Told is slated to launch on December 6.
Hala is about the life and struggle of a Pakistani-American teenager. It’s written and directed by Minhal Baig. Jada Pinkett Smith is the executive producer of the show. Hala is expected to launch on Apple TV+ in December.
Featuring Samuel L. Jackson and Anthony Mackie in the prominent roles, The Banker revolves around the real story of two 1950s African-American entrepreneurs, Bernard Garrett and Joe Morris. The series is likely to be released on January 31, 2020.
Home Before Dark
Inspired by the life of a journalist called Hilde Lysiak, a mystery drama is said to be in the making. The show revolves around a young girl who uncovers a cold case that the entire community has hidden. As per reports, Dana Fox and Dara Resnik are the executive producers of the show.
If several reports are to be believed, “Severance” is a workplace thriller. It is set at Lumen Industries, a famous company striving to improve the work-life balance. Directed and produced by Ben Stiller, Adam Scott is playing the lead role as Mark. Lastly, it’s a 10-episode series.
A Christmas Carol
Featuring prominent names like Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds, it’s a musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol. As for the release date, it might launch during Christmas 2019.
Produced by Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day, “Mythic Quest” is a fun-loving comedy series. Going by the wind, McElhenney will not only write but also star in the show. Set in a video game development studio, the show’s release date isn’t confirmed as yet.
False Flag is an adaptation of Keshet International’s Hebrew-language TV series. The story is about five civilians who have been implicated in the kidnapping of the Iranian Defense Minister. As for the release date, there is no clarity about it as yet.
Ted Lasso is a comedy series starring Jason Sudeikis. Sudeikis is portraying the role of an American football coach who is having a hard time managing an English soccer team. Since he departed Saturday Night Live in 2013, it’s set to be the actor’s first regular comeback to TV.
Based on the spy novel by Mick Herron, Slow Horses is a drama series. Starring the Oscar winner “Gary Oldman”, the show is about a team of British intelligence who work in a dumping ground department of MI5 “Slough House.”
El Gato Negro
Produced by Robert Rodriguez and Diego Boneta, El Gato Negro is based on Richard Dominguez’s comic book. The story follows an aging luchador who joins hands with his grandson to fight out crime in South Texas. The cast information along with the release date hasn’t yet been revealed.
Masters of the Air
Masters of the Air is about the bombers of World War II. It is said to be a follow-up of the popular HBO series Band of Brothers. Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Gary Goetzman will be the executive producers of the show.
The Sky is Everywhere
In the collaboration with the A24 film studio, Apple is making a film adaptation of “The Sky is Everywhere” – a young adult novel written by Jandy Nelson. While Josephine Decker is going to direct the show, the book author is writing the story.
The Mosquito Coast
The Mosquito Coast is the adaptation of Paul Theroux’s 1981 cult novel of the same name. Famous actor Justin Theroux is starring the show. It revolves around an idealist who uproots his entire family to Latin America. Cross and Tom Bissell are going to write the first episode of the series.
Going by several reports, a new natural history is from Jon Favreau and Mike Gunton is in full swing. The CGI-heavy series is said to be produced by BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit. It is about the last days of the dinosaurs.
Apple has joined hands with the BBC to make a comedy-drama series titled “Alabama.” The series features notable stars Imelda Staunton (well-known as Dolores Umbridge in the Harry Potter movies), Darren Boyd and Phil Davis. Though the show is in full swing, it is likely to hit Apple TV+ in 2020.
“Lisey’s Story” is a miniseries starring Julianne Moore (as Lisey Landon) in the titular role. Produced by J.J Abrams and directed by Josh Boone, the series is based on the 2006 novel of the same name. The cast also includes Clive Owen as Scott Landon Joan Allen as Amanda and Dane DeHaan as Jim Dooley.
Various reports have confirmed that Apple has ordered a drama series called “Mr. Corman.” Written and produced by Joseph Gordon-Levitt who also stars the show. It is about an elementary school teacher who is struggling tackle life as an adult in Los Angeles.
That’s pretty much it!
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