The Ultimate Guide to the Best Series to Watch on Apple TV

Are you ready to embark on a binge-watching adventure like no other? Look no further as we present to you the ultimate list of the best series to watch on Apple TV. Get ready to be captivated by mind-bending plots, heartwarming stories, and thrilling adventures that will have you glued to your screen. From the intriguing mysteries of "The Tragedy of Macbeth" to the whimsical landscapes of "Wolfwalkers," this lineup will transport you to extraordinary worlds filled with unforgettable characters. So grab your popcorn and prepare to be utterly enthralled.


For fans of: Hilariously unpredictable friendshipsNumber of seasons: 1

Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, Platonic

See Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne in Platonic

Apple TV Contrary to the belief perpetuated by When Harry Met Sally, Platonic shows us that straight men and women can indeed be just friends. This endearing and comedic series, created by Nicholas Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, reunites Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen as two old friends who reconnect after years apart. Their reunion leads to chaotic situations and prompts them to re-evaluate their lives. With its blend of humor and exploration of midlife crises, Platonic is a delightful treat. As Keith Phipps highlights in his review, beneath the jokes lies a poignant exploration of growing older and the importance of true friendship in navigating life's changes. -Kelly Connolly [Trailer]

Monster Factory

Amelia Herr (aka Notorious Mimi) in Monster Factory, carrying one of her fellow trainees

(Image credit: Apple)Apple TV Plus and the world of professional wrestling collide in an unexpected way in Monster Factory. This six-part docuseries follows the students training at Danny Cage's wrestling school, aptly named "The Factory." The school has churned out numerous wrestling stars, but these aspiring wrestlers from New Jersey are struggling to secure a try-out with established organizations like WWE.

What sets Monster Factory apart is the relentless drive of their coach, Danny Cage. He pushes his students to the limit, understanding that their dreams of making it big demand impeccable skills and presentation. As a result, the series becomes not just a story about aspiring wrestlers, but also a character study of Cage and his training philosophy. As Henry T. Casey explains, the demanding coach becomes the show's greatest asset. You'll find yourself rooting for these wanna-be stars, all the while appreciating Cage's relentless pursuit of perfection. - Henry T. Casey

Seasons: 1 (6 episodes)Cast: Danny Cage, Hurley A. Jones Jr. (aka Bobby Buffet), David Goldschmidt (aka Goldy), Gabriella Belpre (aka Gabby Ortiz)

Year: 2023Genre: Docuseries

Rotten Tomatoes score: n/a

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

For fans of: Michael J. Fox!

Michael J. Fox, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

Featuring Michael J. Fox, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

Apple TV Directed by Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth), Still is a remarkable documentary that follows the life of 1980s Hollywood icon Michael J. Fox. Despite facing a Parkinson's diagnosis that brought his career to a halt, Fox's indomitable spirit shines through in this film. It beautifully captures the optimism and resilience of Fox, depicting his journey as a tale of perseverance rather than a tragic story of missed opportunities. Guggenheim skillfully weaves together classic clips of Fox to advance the narrative, serving as a powerful reminder of his greatness then and now. -Tim Surette [Trailer]      

The Essex Serpent (2022)

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Written by: Anna Symon (based on The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry)

Cast: Claire Danes, Tom Hiddleston, Frank Dillane, Hayley Squires, Clémence Poésy, Jamael Westman

In the realm of streaming television, Apple TV has emerged as a formidable platform with captivating content. One of its newest titles, The Essex Serpent, is a testament to its quality. This moody Gothic drama stars Claire Danes as Cora, a newly-widowed woman who seeks solace in the tranquil Essex countryside. Rumors of a mythical serpent lurking in the area add an air of mystery to her journey. Along the way, she crosses paths with the local vicar, played by Tom Hiddleston. Despite their opposing beliefs about the serpent's existence, they form a unique bond. The Essex Serpent is a visually stunning series, capturing the haunting beauty of the marshlands and showcasing the evolution of Cora's character through intricate costumes. Prepare to be captivated by this atmospheric and thought-provoking series. - Carly Lane

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Trying (2020-present)

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Cast: Esther Smith, Rafe Spall

Trying is a genuinely hilarious and heartfelt British comedy that revolves around Nikki (Esther Smith) and Jason (Rafe Spall), a couple desperately yearning to have a child. When their attempts to conceive naturally prove challenging, they decide to pursue adoption. The series delves into the emotional rollercoaster of the adoption process with brutal honesty, showcasing the ups, downs, and unforeseen obstacles. What sets Trying apart is its remarkable ability to balance heartwarming moments with laugh-out-loud comedy. Smith and Spall's chemistry is effortless, making their characters' journey incredibly captivating. If you enjoyed Netflix's Private Life, Trying is a must-watch. – Taylor Gates

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Shining Girls (2022-present)

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Created by: Silka Luisa (based on The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes)

Cast: Elisabeth Moss, Wagner Moura, Jamie Bell, Phillipa Soo, Amy Brenneman, Chris Chalk

Shining Girls presents a tantalizing premise: a serial killer with the ability to travel through time, targeting women to kill. The Apple TV series, based on Lauren Beukes' novel, introduces us to Kirby Mazrachi (played by Elisabeth Moss), a survivor of a near-fatal attack. As she copes with the aftermath, she begins experiencing strange side effects that may be connected to something beyond her trauma. The show expertly builds up the mystery and tension, gradually revealing the supernatural elements woven into the crime narrative. Shining Girls is a mesmerizing and genre-bending series that will keep you on the edge of your seat. As Therese Lacson highlights in her review, it's an exciting entry for Apple TV that defies categorization. - Carly Lane

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Physical (2021-present)

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Created by: Annie Weisman

Cast: Rose Byrne, Rory Scovel, Diedre Friel, Paul Sparks, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci, Geoffrey Arend

Set in the vibrant 1980s, Physical follows Sheila Rubin (Rose Byrne), a dutiful but unfulfilled housewife who discovers passion and power through the world of aerobics. As Sheila finds empowerment in her newfound pursuit, her husband faces unemployment but finds purpose in running for political office. Despite its 80s setting, Physical strikes a chord with women today, exploring themes of identity, self-image, and the pressures women face. The series delves into Sheila's innermost thoughts, revealing her self-critical nature and disordered eating habits. Through the lens of aerobics, Sheila finds an outlet to release her frustrations and silence her inner critic. Physical deftly combines commentary on women's empowerment, the moral contradictions of 80s politics, and the rise of aerobics as a form of self-expression. It's a compelling and thought-provoking series that deserves your attention. - Brynna Arens

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Loot (2022)

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Created by: Alan Yang & Matt Hubbard

Cast: Maya Rudolph, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Joel Kim Booster

Comedy powerhouse Maya Rudolph takes center stage in Loot, a hilarious workplace comedy that showcases her talents. Rudolph plays Molly, a woman married to tech billionaire John (played by Adam Scott). When Molly discovers John's infidelity, she demands a divorce and half his fortune, amounting to a staggering billion. To combat boredom, she unexpectedly joins a charity organization, much to the chagrin of the charity's head, Sofia (Michaela Jaé Rodriguez). Loot serves up laugh after laugh, fully capitalizing on Rudolph's comedic genius. From its uproarious Hot Ones interview to its delightful ensemble cast, the show is an absolute joy to watch. – Taylor Gates

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Bad Sisters (2022)

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Created by: Sharon Horgan, Dave Finkel, Brett Baer

Cast: Sharon Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene, Eve Hewson

If you're in the mood for a dark comedy akin to Dead to Me, Bad Sisters will satisfy your cravings. This series centers around Grace, played by Anne-Marie Duff, whose husband, John Paul, has recently passed away. The show kicks off on the day of John Paul's funeral, highlighting the vastly different reactions of Grace and her sisters. As Grace grapples with disbelief, her sister Eva seeks solace in wine and plant watering. Bibi lounges in the tub, Ursula hides from her family, and Becka is perpetually running late. When a significant life insurance claim related to John Paul emerges, Thomas embarks on an investigation, suspecting the Garvey sisters' involvement due to their complicated history with John Paul. Bad Sisters is a mystery-laden comedy, highlighting Sharon Horgan's talent for crafting sharp, engaging narratives. – Taylor Gates

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Five Days at Memorial (2022)

Creators: Carlton Cuse, John Ridley

Cast: Vera Farmiga, Cherry Jones, Cornelius Smith Jr.

Five Days at Memorial takes us back to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and delves into the harrowing realities faced by medical professionals working in a hospital without power. This gripping mini-series from Carlton Cuse (known for Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan) and John Ridley (known for American Crime) offers a harrowing depiction of the five days in which doctors, nurses, and other medical staff struggle to treat patients in extreme conditions. Five Days at Memorial sheds light on a disturbing truth, providing exceptional actors like Vera Farmiga, Cherry Jones, and Cornelius Smith Jr. the opportunity to showcase their talent while exploring the moral dilemmas faced by medical professionals during crises. – Yael Tygiel

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For fans of: Star-studded musical extravaganzas, delightful and cheesy goodness


Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell star in Spirited

APPLE TV Apple TV's first foray into the Christmas movie genre promises to be memorable. Spirited brings together the powerhouse duo of Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds in a musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Get ready for big song-and-dance numbers, surprise cameos, and adult-oriented humor. If you're looking for an alternative to traditional holiday classics, Spirited is the perfect choice. Just don't expect it to become a December staple in your household. -Tim Surette [Trailer]     

Surface (2022)


Created by: Veronica West

Cast: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ari Graynor, François Arnaud

Prepare to be enthralled by the gripping psychological thriller, Surface. Starring the exceptional Gugu Mbatha-Raw, this series follows the journey of Sophie after surviving a suicide attempt. The catch: she has no memory of why she jumped in the first place. Determined to uncover the truth, Sophie embarks on an investigation that unravels her relationship with her husband, James, played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen. Along the way, she encounters a mysterious man named Thomas Baden, who claims to know her. Surface keeps you on the edge of your seat with its intriguing storyline and thrilling twists. Executive produced by Reese Witherspoon, known for her involvement in acclaimed series like Big Little Lies and Little Fires Everywhere, Surface is a mysterious and captivating addition to the Apple TV lineup. - Taylor Gates

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Slow Horses (2022-present)

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Based on the book by: Mick Herron

Cast: Gary Oldman, Jack Lowden, Kristin Scott Thomas

Slow Horses (2022-present) is an innovative intersection of witty dialogue and suspenseful action. It is a clever dark comedy series that follows British intelligence agents who have made career-ending mistakes, resulting in relegation to a forgotten department of MI5. Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight Rises) stars as the bitter head of the department, leading a team of banished agents hoping to claw their way back to active status within the agency. Slow Horses expertly utilizes its talented cast, including Oldman, Jack Lowden, and Kristin Scott Thomas, to tell a deeply fascinating story of these agents with once-promising careers. – Yael Tygiel

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Echo 3 (2022-present)

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Cast: Michiel Huisman, Luke Evans, Jessica Ann Collins, James Udom

Echo 3 (2022-present) is an action-packed military thriller created by two-time Academy Award winner Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker). It stars Michiel Huisman (The Flight Attendant) and Luke Evans (Beauty and the Beast). Based on Omri Givon’s book series When Heroes Fly, Echo 3 follows a black-ops team who set out to rescue a loved one (Jessica Ann Collins) after she’s kidnapped in Colombia. This exciting series is shot almost entirely on location and focuses on the humanity of these delta force operators, as well as the suspenseful drama of the mystery they must unravel. – Yael Tygiel

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For fans of: Hard work, sunny vibes, telenovelas

Number of seasons: 2 (Renewed for Season 3)

Enrique Arrizon, Acapulco

Enrique Arrizon stars in Acapulco. If you need to wash the day away, you can't do much better than checking into the Las Colinas resort in Acapulco, the setting for this comedy about a young man who gets a dream job working at a high-end resort in Mexico. The 1980s-set bilingual comedy is like Jane the Virgin meets The White Lotus meets How I Met Your Mother, as Maximo (Enrique Arrizon) works his way up from pool boy in 1984 to wealthy hotelier in the present-day timeline. It's charming, it's sunny, and it's got a pair of lounge singers who belt out '80s classics in Spanish. -Tim Surette

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Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me

For fans of: Selena Gomez, getting to know a down-to-earth megastar

Selena Gomez, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me

Selena Gomez stars in Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me. You can watch Selena Gomez in streaming originals on Netflix (The Fundamentals of Caring), Hulu (Only Murders in the Building), or HBO Max (Selena Chef), but now you can really see who Selena Gomez is on Apple TV. This documentary follows Selena as she struggles with stardom, accepts her diagnoses of lupus, bipolar disorder, and depression, and turns her focus on helping herself and others. It's a must-see for Selena fans and an ought-to-see for everyone else looking for a cathartic film about one's truth. -Tim Surette

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The Tragedy of Macbeth

For fans of: Willy Shakespeare, a Coen brother, Denzel Washington

Denzel Washington, The Tragedy of Macbeth

Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand star in The Tragedy of Macbeth, an adaptation of Shakespeare's Scottish play. It's the first solo film from a Coen brother — Joel directs, adapts, and produces along with McDormand. If you love art movies, there's not much else that needs to be said to get you to watch this. I mean, it's Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand as Lord and Lady Macbeth. It's kind of historic, in all its black-and-white, Expressionist glory. It was nominated for three Oscars and didn't win any, which only bolsters its artistic credibility. -Liam Mathews

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Visible: Out on Television

For fans of: The LGBTQ community, the progressive movement, television history

Asia Kate Dillon, Visible: Out on Television

Asia Kate Dillon stars in Visible: Out on Television. Apple TV's expansive and carefully paced history of LGBTQ people on TV deserves kudos for its thoughtful, authoritative, and exhaustive summation. Even if it weren't packed with the most well-known queer people on TV, Visible: Out on Television does an excellent job of tracking how gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and non-binary people have been depicted on television from its earliest days — including the frantic, hyper-paranoid news reports of the 1950s declaring queer people a menacing threat. It's practically a college course, methodically chronicling representation throughout the decades through archival footage, news reports, and the like. Its abundant first-person testimonials from practically every living LGBTQ TV star you can think of (plus allies like Oprah, Billy Crystal, and more) make Visible: Out on Television an invaluable educational tool for everyone who watches. -Malcolm Venable

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Tiny World

For fans of: Planet Earth, adorable wittle cuddle creatures

Number of seasons: 2

Tiny World

Tiny World explores the smaller creatures in the world, exposing a world and struggle for survival not often seen in other nature shows. Paul Rudd, Ant-Man himself, appropriately narrates this technological marvel featuring minuscule frogs, beetles, birds, and more. Apple TV is also home to the wonderful nature documentary film The Elephant Queen, which follows a herd of elephants and other animals in Africa. -Tim Surette

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Boys State

For fans of: Politics, Lord of the Flies, the future of America, chaos

René Ortero, Boy's State

Boys State is a remarkable documentary that follows the annual Boys State summer camp, where more than 1,000 high school boys come together to form their own two-party government. It provides a remarkable look at the pitfalls of our current political system, hyper-masculinity among teen boys, and the future of America. Beyond the fascinating subject matter, the filmmaking is superb and gorgeous, feeling more like a scripted movie than a guerilla-shot documentary. If you like Lord of the Flies or Kid Nation, you're going to love this. -Tim Surette

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For fans of: Heartwarming movies, Deaf culture

Emilia Jones, Coda

CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) is a heartwarming coming-of-age story about a 17-year-old girl who is the only hearing member of her Deaf family. She must choose between pursuing her own dreams of becoming a singer or helping her mother and father with the family business. It's a crowd-pleasing tearjerker with a wonderful performance from Emilia Jones. CODA made history as the first movie released by a streaming service to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. -Tim Surette

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The Velvet Underground

For fans of: Art films, innovation, rock band turbulence

The Velvet Underground

The Velvet Underground is a documentary directed by Todd Haynes about one of America's most groundbreaking rock bands. It offers a unique approach, with an arthouse style that captures the essence of the band. It provides insight into the tumultuous relationship between Lou Reed and his bandmates and is packed with VU tunes. Put simply, this is one of the best music documentaries ever made. -Tim Surette

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For fans of: Science fiction, the afterlife, surreal dreamlike sequences

Number of seasons: 1 (Renewed for Season 2)

Lee Sun-kyun, Dr. Brain

Brain is a science-fiction series about brains. It follows a renowned brain scientist (Lee Sun-kyun) who discovers a method of moving memories from one brain to another, even if the source brain is from a corpse. This comes in handy when he's trying to figure out what happened when tragedy strikes his wife and child. These memory transfers play out as dream sequences, leading to some of the most visually astounding TV sequences of the year. -Tim Surette

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For fans of: 24 but in the sky and only for 7 hours

Number of seasons: 1

Idris Elba, Hijack

Hijack is a perfectly fine seven-episode thriller that stars Idris Elba as a man on board a flight that gets hijacked by terrorists. The good thing about Elba's character? He's a fantastic business negotiator, which makes him the perfect hero to negotiate with the terrorists. Each episode represents an hour of the ordeal, so there is a good sense of a ticking clock going on. -Tim Surette

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For fans of: Wild comedy, stories about women being weird, excellent casts

Number of seasons: 1

Alison Brie, Roar

Roar is a surreal anthology series from the creators of GLOW. It features eccentric comedy told from female POVs and stars the likes of Merritt Wever, Cynthia Erivo, and GLOW alumni Betty Gilpin and Alison Brie. The episodes explore stories about ghosts, a wife returning her husband at the husband store, and a woman who has a relationship with a duck. -Kelly Connolly

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The Big Conn

For fans of: Scams and the colorful characters who commit themNumber of seasons: 1

The Big Conn

Apple TV continues its lineup of scam TV shows with The Big Conn, a docuseries that delves into the infamous Social Security fraud case orchestrated by Eric C. Conn. Known for his flamboyant personality and cunning tactics, Eric Conn managed to embezzle over half a billion dollars from the American government. The four-part series offers an in-depth look at Conn's lavish lifestyle and the people he harmed. It's almost poetic that his last name is Conn, perfectly fitting for a con artist of his magnitude. Prepare to be captivated by this unbelievable true story. -Kelly Connolly [Trailer]


For fans of: Homeland, thrillers, stress, espionageNumber of seasons: 2

Glenn Close and Niv Sultan, Tehran

Glenn Close and Niv Sultan deliver gripping performances in Tehran, an Israeli spy thriller that offers a refreshing take on international espionage. The series follows Tamar Rabinyan, a Mossad agent faced with the complexities of working undercover in Iran. With high-stakes missions and the constant threat of betrayal, Tehran keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. Season 1 delves into Tamar's efforts to thwart Iran's nuclear plans, while Season 2 introduces Glenn Close as a British agent who joins the dangerous world of espionage. Prepare for intense suspense and unforgettable twists. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

Prehistoric Planet

For fans of: Thunder lizards, better than average CGI, David AttenboroughNumber of seasons: 1

Prehistoric Planet

Prepare to be amazed by the stunning visuals and scientific accuracy of Prehistoric Planet. This groundbreaking nature show takes viewers on a journey into the world of dinosaurs like never before. With state-of-the-art CGI, the dinosaurs come to life in breathtaking detail. Narrated by the legendary David Attenborough, each episode explores a different biome and the creatures that inhabited it millions of years ago. Whether you're a fan of thunder lizards or simply fascinated by Earth's prehistoric past, Prehistoric Planet is a must-watch. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

Cha Cha Real Smooth

For fans of: Dancing at bat and bar mitzvahs, crowd-pleasing tearjerkers

Cooper Raiff, Cha Cha Real Smooth

Cooper Raiff shines in Cha Cha Real Smooth, a heartwarming film that captured the hearts of audiences at Sundance. Raiff, who wrote, directed, and stars in the movie, plays Andrew, a charismatic young man who becomes a party starter at bat and bar mitzvahs. However, his life takes an unexpected turn when he falls for a woman engaged to the parent of one of the children he entertains. Cha Cha Real Smooth explores the challenges of post-college life and the search for one's purpose. With its relatable themes, touching moments, and moments of laughter, it's a must-see coming-of-age story. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

Shrinking (2023-present)

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Creators: Brett Goldstein, Bill Lawrence, Jason Segel

Cast: Harrison Ford, Jason Segel, Jessica Williams, Lukita Maxwell, Luke Tennie

Shrinking stars Jason Segel, known for his role in How I Met Your Mother, as a therapist who takes a unique approach to therapy. Abandoning traditional expectations, he tells his patients exactly what he thinks, causing mixed results. This delightful comedy series boasts an all-star cast, including Harrison Ford, Jessica Williams, and newcomers Lukita Maxwell and Luke Tennie. Balancing clever humor with genuine conversations about loss and personal growth, Shrinking offers a beautiful exploration of universal human experiences. -Yael Tygiel

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Hello Tomorrow (2023-present)

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Creators: Amit Bhalla, Lucas Jansen

Cast: Billy Crudup, Haneefah Wood, Alison Pill, Nicholas Podany, Dewshane Williams

Set in a retro-futuristic city, Hello Tomorrow is a uniquely styled dramedy that follows the life of a charismatic salesman, played by Billy Crudup. Alongside his team, they peddle timeshares on the moon, leading to a series of unexpected events. With a visually appealing aesthetic and a talented cast including Haneefah Wood, Alison Pill, and Nicholas Podany, Hello Tomorrow is a delightful watch. Step into a world where the line between reality and fantasy is blurred, and enjoy the thrilling ride. -Yael Tygiel

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Mythic Quest

Ian Grimm (Rob McElhenney) with a shovel over his shoulders in Mythic Quest

In the realm of unexpected gems, Mythic Quest stands out. This live-action series explores the lives of video game developers, revealing the complexities and dynamics that accompany their work. Led by the egotistical Ian Grimm, played by Rob McElhenney, and featuring a talented ensemble cast, including Ashly Burch and F. Murray Abraham, the dysfunctional team behind Mythic Quest takes viewers on a hilarious and heartfelt journey. With the same banter that made It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia a success, Mythic Quest provides a fresh and entertaining take on the gaming industry. -Henry T. Casey

Seasons: 3 2 special event episodes

Cast: Rob McElhenney, Ashly Burch, Jessie Ennis, Imani Hakim, David Hornsby, Charlotte Nicdao, Danny Pudi, F. Murray Abraham

Year: 2020-2022 (ongoing)

Genre: Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes score: 97%

The Big Door Prize

Chris O'Dowd as Dusty in The Big Door Prize, bathed in blue light

In a delightful blend of warmth, sentimentality, and magical realism, The Big Door Prize tells the story of Dusty Hubbard, a contented teacher who turns 40. However, his life takes an unexpected turn when a mysterious machine appears, threatening to disrupt his peaceful existence. As Dusty grapples with the machine's enigmatic cards, which reveal the full potential of people's lives, he questions the value of being told what he is capable of. Chris O'Dowd delivers a captivating performance in this remarkable series that combines humor and introspection. Prepare to be charmed by The Big Door Prize. -HTC

Seasons: 1 (a second season has been announced)

Cast: Chris O’Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis, Ally Maki, Josh Segarra

Year: 2023 (ongoing)

Genre: Comedy/Drama

Rotten Tomatoes score: 91%


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Hugh Howey's acclaimed Silo trilogy comes to life in this gripping Apple TV series. Set in a self-contained world comprised of a 144-story silo surrounded by a desolate earth, Silo follows an IT worker and her sheriff husband as they uncover the secrets of their seemingly anachronistic existence. As the story unfolds, an engineer finds herself at the center of power struggles within the silo. Dense with mystery and shifting alliances, Silo captures the imagination and keeps viewers hooked with its compelling narrative and talented cast, including Rashida Jones, David Oyelowo, Common, Tim Robbins, and Geraldine James. Don't miss this thrilling and thought-provoking series. -Josh Jackson

Losing Alice

For fans of: Psychological and erotic thrillers, getting mindf---ed, delicious subtextNumber of seasons: 1

Lihi Kornowski, Losing Alice

Prepare to be enthralled by Losing Alice, an Israeli psychological drama that blends mystery and sensuality. Drawing inspiration from filmmaking legends Alfred Hitchcock and David Lynch, writer-director Sigal Avin crafts a captivating story of an aging female director, played by Ayelet Zurer, who becomes obsessed with a young and seductive screenwriter, portrayed by Lihi Kornowski. As their lives intertwine, and as the director's marriage is at stake, the tension and intrigue grow. With its stunning cinematography and beautiful cast, Losing Alice is a visual and psychological feast. Prepare to be mindf---ed. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

The Last Thing He Told Me (2023)

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Creators: Laura Dave, Josh Singer

Cast: Jennifer Garner, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Angourie Rice, Aisha Tyler

Based on the bestselling novel by Laura Dave, The Last Thing He Told Me is a gripping limited series. Drawing viewers into a web of secrets, the story follows Hannah, portrayed by Jennifer Garner, whose husband mysteriously disappears. As Hannah embarks on a journey to protect her stepdaughter, Bailey, played by Angourie Rice, the series weaves a tale filled with intrigue and mystery. With stellar performances and unexpected twists, The Last Thing He Told Me will keep you captivated until the very end. -Yael Tygiel

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Cast: Meryl Streep, Sienna Miller, Kit Harington, Edward Norton, Diane Lane

Introducing Extrapolations, a gripping anthology drama that pushes the boundaries of storytelling. With an ensemble cast featuring Meryl Streep, Sienna Miller, Kit Harington, Edward Norton, and Diane Lane, the series explores the far-reaching effects of climate change on our planet. Each episode presents a different potential future, showcasing the impact of global warming through the lives of interconnected characters. Balancing thought-provoking narratives with stunning visuals, Extrapolations is a must-watch for fans of intelligent and enjoyable sci-fi shows. -Yael Tygiel

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For fans of: Hard science-fiction, great special effectsNumber of seasons: 2

Lee Pace and Terrence Mann, Foundation

Prepare to be immersed in the epic world of Foundation, a big-budget science-fiction series based on Isaac Asimov's beloved books. Led by a stellar cast, including Lee Pace as the villainous Brother Day and Jared Harris as the brilliant Hari Seldon, the series delves into the aftermath of the collapse of a ruling empire and the efforts of exiles to rebuild society. With its ambitious premise and awe-inspiring visuals, Foundation is a must-watch for fans of hard sci-fi. Step into a future where colossal ideas come to life. -Tim Surette [Trailer]


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What if the eerie and lifelike dolls found in the Uncanny Valley had a purpose beyond unnerveing us? What if the unsettling appearances of characters like Renesmee from Twilight and the plastic baby from American Sniper were deliberate choices meant to evoke anxiety? Servant, an absorbing series on Apple TV created by Tony Basgallop and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, delves into the horror of welcoming a new presence into your home, whether it's the anxiety-inducing Cronenberg baby or the age-old fear of an outsider.

When Philadelphia parents Sean (Toby Kebbell) and Dorothy Turner (Lauren Ambrose) hire a peculiar nanny named Leanne (Nell Tiger Free), things take a disturbing turn. Normalcy becomes a distant memory as a ghostly presence takes hold of their home. The reason for this supernatural activity? Leanne has been employed to care for a reborn doll. These hyper-realistic dolls, meticulously designed to resemble real babies, serve various purposes. For the Turners, it's a way to cope with the loss of their child, Jericho, who passed away at thirteen weeks. Reality is simulated for therapeutic reasons. But when a real baby suddenly appears, everything changes.

Servant isn't traditionally scary, but its mysteries create a captivating nightmare. It's like a dream that reflects the opening credits, where you slowly walk down a hallway, reach a closed door that opens slightly, offering a glimpse of what could be a baby, and then abruptly wake up. That last glimpse lingers with you, leaving an eerie feeling throughout the day. Servant captures that essence. Its horror elements revolve around children, relationships, and the supernatural. However, it's not confined to the unsettling baby theme. As Sean is a chef, the series also incorporates tantalizing food imagery, showcasing haute cuisine and the juxtaposition of elegant and savage scenes that elicit a sense of horror. Imagine Hannibal's blood-soaked elegance fused with the raw, visceral nature of food.

As the story delves deeper into Leanne's peculiar behavior, Sean begins to experience increasingly severe physical ailments, while the relationship between him and Dorothy, strangely enough, starts to soften. Whatever is happening, it's unhealthy and confronting it only makes matters worse. Over eight half-hour episodes, Servant explores various metaphors, some more impactful than others, while consistently emphasizing the consequences of avoiding grief, guilt, trauma, and death through the easy way out. The series acquires a murky, fairytale-like quality that manages to be unnerving yet engaging, thanks to its well-developed characters and captivating charm. Servant may not be perfectly focused, but it offers a creepy good time with a hazy nightmare that refuses to let you fall asleep. [Full Review] —Jacob Oller

The Morning Show

Apple's Star-Studded The Morning Show Isn’t Worth Paying For

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In a world where sexual harassment and abuses of power are all too common in the entertainment industry, The Morning Show started as a bold statement inspired by the MeToo movement. It served as a fictional take on the real-life scandal that surrounded the Today Show and its host Matt Lauer. However, as the series progresses deep into its third season, one can't help but wonder, "How did we get here?" The show could have easily concluded as a miniseries after its star-studded and grounded first season. Nevertheless, by continuing, The Morning Show has transformed into an irresistibly dramatic and soapy saga.

Starring Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon, who also serve as executive producers, The Morning Show takes center stage as it follows Alex (Anniston) navigating the fallout of her co-host Mitch's (Steve Carell) exposure for workplace abuse and sexual misconduct. What unfolds is a tumultuous journey within the newsroom of the titular morning show network, with the addition of Bradley (Witherspoon), a hot-headed reporter from a small town. As subsequent seasons explore topics like the COVID pandemic and big tech, the series embraces its dramatic flair and self-awareness, pushing the boundaries of its prestigious intentions and diving further into its captivating storyline. While The Morning Show may not be Apple TV's pinnacle offering, it undoubtedly stands as the platform's most popular drama series, and it has hooked audiences just as much as any other. —Anna Govert

Defending Jacob

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Defending Jacob unfolds as an eight-episode series based on William Landay's 2012 novel of the same name. The story revolves around Assistant District Attorney Andy Barber (Chris Evans) and his wife Laurie (Michelle Dockery), living a comfortable, upper-middle-class life in Newton, Massachusetts, a wealthy suburb. However, their tranquil existence is shattered when a classmate of their son is found murdered in a nearby park, and shockingly, their 14-year-old son Jacob (Jaeden Martell) becomes the prime suspect.

The series deftly weaves between the events leading up to and following the murder, with Barber finding himself on the stand 10 months later, facing questions from his former colleague and rival Neal Logiudice (Pablo Schreiber). "I was protecting him from his own stupidity. I was being a father," Barber bellows, struggling to justify his actions.

Clues are scattered throughout. In one confrontation, Jacob's classmate Derek warns Andy, "I know you think you know Jacob, but you don't." Various red herring suspects emerge over the course of the episodes, but none can fully capture our curiosity. It's a missed opportunity because the performances of Evans and Dockery are outstanding. Dockery, in particular, shines as a mother torn between wanting to believe her son is innocent and starting to question every parenting decision she's made. Meanwhile, Evans, without putting on a thick Massachusetts accent, skillfully portrays a father determined to solve the problem through unwavering determination and righteousness.

While the series falls short of capturing the gripping page-turner quality of the original novel, it still manages to captivate. Despite the slightly drawn-out pacing and moments of sluggishness, thanks to director Morten Tyldum's striking aerial shots and the show's visually stunning aesthetics, Defending Jacob offers a murder mystery that's worth exploring. [Full Review] —Amy Amatangelo

Home Before Dark


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Given how often female journalists are misrepresented or poorly portrayed on television and in film, Home Before Dark delivers a refreshing perspective through its determined lead character, Hilde Lisko, portrayed by the resolute Brooklynn Prince. Inspired by the real-life crime reporter Hilde Lysiak, Hilde possesses an extraordinary memory for detail, builds rapport with local law enforcement, discerns whom to trust, and fearlessly confronts community leaders who might be hiding the truth.

At the age of nine, Hilde finds herself in a damp and enigmatic small-town logging community that mirrors the atmosphere of Special Agent Dale Cooper's encounters in Twin Peaks. The series follows the Lisko family as they relocate from Brooklyn to Hilde's father Matt's (Jim Sturgess) childhood home after he loses his job in the newspaper industry. This move sets off a chain of events that lead Hilde to investigate a potential large-scale cover-up involving a child abduction from the 1980s. The conspiracy ensnares everyone, from the sheriff and mayor to Hilde's grandfather, father, and school principal.

It's refreshing that Home Before Dark, along with Prince's compelling portrayal, goes beyond the surface of a cute or precocious child character. Hilde displays fiery determination when initially dismissed by police officers, highlighting her depth and tenacity. Having an intrepid young female reporter at the center of the story is a triumph, not only for viewers but also for young audiences who need more empowering role models on screen. However, it's worth noting that certain aspects of the job and the surrounding context could have been handled more responsibly, given the era of fake news and the potential viewership among children. [Full Review] —Whitney Friedlander

Black Bird

For fans of: Mindhunter, prison stories Number of Seasons: 1

Paul Walter Hauser and Taron Egerton, Black Bird

Paul Walter Hauser and Taron Egerton, Black Bird

Apple TV's Black Bird stands out as a rare and fresh crime adaptation that will leave you horrified. Developed by novelist Dennis Lehane and based on James Keene's autobiographical novel In With the Devil, this gripping series stars Taron Egerton as Keene, a man facing a 10-year prison sentence. However, an unexpected offer presents itself: his freedom in exchange for befriending and coaxing a confession out of a suspected serial killer played by Paul Walter Hauser. Ray Liotta, in one of his final roles, portrays Jimmy's father, an ex-cop grappling with his own struggles. Black Bird is a thrilling and chilling journey that will leave you on the edge of your seat. -Kelly Connolly [Trailer] 

City on Fire (2023-present)

Wyatt Oleff as Charlie and Chase Sui Wonders as Samantha in City on Fire.Image via Apple TV

Creator: Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage

Cast: Jemima Kirke, Wyatt Oleff, Chase Sui Wonders

City on Fire is a crime drama based on Garth Risk Hallberg's novel of the same name. The series centers around the murder of a young girl named Samantha Yeung (Chase Sui Wonders) in Central Park. This mysterious crime reveals connections to various groups with their own motives for seeking the truth about her death. Set in the early 2000s, the show exudes a nostalgic atmosphere accompanied by a captivating soundtrack that enhances the viewing experience and invites viewers to examine every frame for clues to the overarching mystery. With its aesthetics, diverse cast, and twisty whodunit, City on Fire is a must-watch. - Tauri Miller

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Little America

For fans of: The immigrant experience, anthologies, heartrending storiesNumber of seasons: 2

Hanad Abdi, Little America

Hanad Abdi, Little America

If you're yearning for a heartwarming and emotional escape from the harsh realities of the world, Little America is the perfect anthology series for you. Produced by Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon, and Alan Yang, each episode tells a true story about immigrants in America, showcasing their triumphs and experiences in a humorous and heartwarming manner. One episode explores the journey of an Indian spelling bee prodigy who takes over his parents' hotel after they are deported, even petitioning Laura Bush to help reunite his family. Little America stands out by focusing on the systemic challenges immigrants face rather than solely on instances of racism or hate from individuals. With a diverse range of stories, the series never feels repetitive and consistently sparks both laughter and tears. -Tim Surette [Trailer]


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Despite the enigma surrounding her secluded and poetic life, it's safe to say that Emily Dickinson, known for her unconventional syntax that defied the norms of her time, would appreciate the whimsical and offbeat portrayal of her young adulthood in Dickinson. Created by Alena Smith and led by the talented Hailee Steinfeld, this lovingly bizarre take on the poet's life brings together fun, strange, and intricately crafted moments of character development, enveloped in a wonderfully unique atmosphere. It's a series you can immerse yourself in, much like getting lost in the mystical world of Emily's poetic walls. With its stunning cinematography, evocative costuming, and self-assured vision from both Smith and Steinfeld, Dickinson shines brightly among Apple TV's offerings. Prepare to be captivated by its spell for as long as Emily allows you to stay. [Full Review] —Alexis Gunderson

For All Mankind

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(Image credit: Apple TV Plus)The fascinating "what if" premise is just the beginning of the incredible and thrilling journey that is For All Mankind. The series immediately grabs your attention when it imagines a world where the Soviets beat America to the Moon. From that point on, the space race continues, creating an alternate history that is both captivating and thought-provoking. If America couldn't be the first to reach the Moon, it sets its sights on other achievements like building a permanent lunar base, establishing a rotation of residents, and eventually stepping foot on Mars.

For All Mankind has solidified itself as the best offering from Apple TV Plus with its strong and enduring presence across three seasons. From its impressive yet slow-starting first season to its thrilling season 2 finale, and now an equally compelling third season, the show has proven itself on par with other top-tier series like Severance and Better Call Saul. Excitingly, For All Mankind has been renewed for a fourth season, leaving audiences eagerly anticipating what comes next. The series maintains a consistent level of quality and stands as a must-watch for any fan of drama. —Kelly Woo

Seasons: 3Cast: Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Wrenn Schmidt, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten

Year: 2019-2023 (Ongoing)Genre: Drama

Rotten Tomatoes score: 91%


Recommended for: Lovers of musical comedies and corn pudding.Number of seasons: 2


Apple TV Although musical comedy series haven't always found great success (like the beloved Galavant), Schmigadoon! on Apple TV is breaking that trend in a delightful way. Starring Keegan-Michael Key and Cecily Strong, the show follows a couple who stumble upon a magical town where people are trapped in a 1940s musical. They find themselves unable to leave, trapped in a scenario reminiscent of a Twilight Zone episode or a horror movie where everyone sings about the joys of corn pudding. Not to mention, Martin Short plays a mischievous leprechaun. While the show may seem lighthearted on the surface, it carries a hidden twist. In the fantastic second season, the series shifts to "Schmicago" to lovingly parody musicals from the '60s and '70s. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

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The Afterparty

Recommended for: Fans of murder mysteries, favorite comedians, and genre-switching.Number of seasons: 2

Tiffany Haddish, The Afterparty

Tiffany Haddish, The Afterparty

Apple TV This comedic murder mystery anthology series combines the intricate plot of Knives Out with the humor of an Upright Citizens Brigade sketch. The first season, with a star-studded cast including Ben Schwartz, Sam Richardson, Ilana Glazer, John Early, Tiffany Haddish, Ike Barinholtz, and Jamie Demetriou, revolves around the murder of a pop star during his high school reunion's afterparty. The second season, retaining Haddish, Richardson, and Zoë Chao, introduces new characters played by John Cho, Jack Whitehall, and Poppy Liu, and dives into a whole new case involving a wedding disrupted by a murder. It's a genre-hopping, entertaining experience. -Liam Mathews [Trailer]


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Apple TV has been on a winning streak, and they hit the jackpot with their new trilingual epic, Pachinko. This series takes place across three distinct periods in Korean history, as seen through the eyes of Sonja. Sonja's journey spans her childhood (Jeon Yu-na), adolescence (Kim Min-ha), and senior years (Academy Award winner Youn Yuh-Jung), shedding light on the struggles faced by Koreans under Japanese rule. But Pachinko is not just a historical drama; it also delves into an intriguing romance with a man linked to Japanese gangsters (Lee Min-ho) and explores the challenges of immigration, complete with heartbreak and yearning. While the show focuses on a specific time in the life of a Korean family, its themes resonate universally with anyone belonging to a diaspora or who has faced injustice. By the end of the first season, Pachinko sets the stage for even more captivating stories from Sonja and her extended family. -Max Covill [Full Review]


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In Severance, a group of employees at Lumon Industries, an evil corporation, choose to undergo a procedure called "severance" to mentally separate their work identity from their true selves. This involves a brain-piercing needle and results in turning the workers into drones with minimal consciousness while they're on the job. As soon as they step out of the elevator to go home, they return to the real world, completely forgetting everything that happened in the past nine hours.

At first glance, this may seem like an appealing idea if you only consider it for two minutes. You, as your true self outside of work, get to skip the terrible workday, along with the stress and disappointments that come with it. Your life becomes solely the enjoyable parts. However, when you think about it for that third minute, the full horror sets in: You also create a secondary version of yourself trapped in a soul-sucking work environment, never sleeping or going outside, living a monotonous existence of riding elevators and sitting at a desk until you retire, at which point you're essentially dead.

We follow the main character, Mark (Adam Scott), as he navigates through blindingly white corridors, joined in his office by Irving (John Turturro) and Dylan (Zach Cherry). However, the true force driving the story is Helly (Brit Lower), a new employee with a mysterious background, and Petey (Yul Vazquez), Mark's former co-worker who aims to bridge the gap between the "innies" and "outies" and uncover Lumon Industries' true intentions. For now, Severance keeps the other side shrouded in mystery. [Full Review] —Shane Ryan

Central Park

The Tillerman–Hunter family in the living room in Central Park

(Image credit: Apple TV) Tailor-made for fans of musicals and the animated series Bob's Burgers, Central Park imagines that families actually reside in the iconic Central Park of New York City. The Tillerman–Hunter family is at the heart of the story, led by park manager Owen Tillerman (voiced by Leslie Odom Jr.). Similar to Bob Belcher, Owen constantly deals with a lack of respect from those around him, despite his best efforts to maintain the park's pristine condition. Packed with fantastic songs, a stellar cast, and plenty of laughs, Central Park is undoubtedly one of the finest shows on Apple TV Plus that deserves more attention. -Henry T. Casey

Seasons: 2

Voice cast: Kristen Bell, Tituss Burgess, Daveed Diggs, Josh Gad, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Stanley Tucci, Emmy Raver-Lampman

Year: 2020-2021Genre: Animated sitcom

Rotten Tomatoes score: 97%

Ted Lasso

Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso in Ted Lasso season 3 episode 10 "International Break"

(Image credit: Apple) Ted Lasso needs no introduction; it's undoubtedly one of the most beloved series on Apple TV. The show follows the journey of Ted Lasso, an American college football coach who finds himself coaching English football (or soccer, if you prefer) in the United Kingdom, despite being out of his depth. Ted Lasso quickly gained a dedicated fan base for a good reason. It arrived during the gloomy days of the Covid-19 pandemic, offering a dose of wholesomeness that proved to be a winning formula. As the coach of a struggling team, Lasso's positivity shattered the toxic masculinity threatening to tear AFC Richmond apart. The show's upbeat energy set it apart from the sea of somber, critically acclaimed TV series (which are still great in their own right). While season 3 had its ups and downs and left some unresolved plot points, it concluded on a strong note and doesn't necessarily need a spinoff. However, fans can't help but wonder if Ted Lasso season 4 is a possibility. -Henry T. Casey

Seasons: 3Cast: Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brett Goldstein

Year: 2020-2023 (possibly ongoing)Genre: Comedy/Drama

Rotten Tomatoes scores: 92% (season 1), 97% (season 2), 79% (season 3)


Recommended for: Fans of the enchanting films by Cartoon Saloon, wolves, Irish mythology (and accents)


Apple TV Wolfwalkers, a visually stunning animated film, was released in theaters in 2020, but it may have flown under your radar due to obvious reasons. It is the third installment in a series of films based on Irish folklore from the esteemed studio Cartoon Saloon, following the critically acclaimed The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea (both highly recommended). Wolfwalkers tells the tale of a young girl who embarks on a journey from England to Ireland with her father to eliminate the last pack of wolves. However, she ends up befriending a young girl who belongs to a tribe of humans that transform into wolves at night. This film leans more towards the style of Hayao Miyazaki rather than Disney or Pixar, and it earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Feature. Gather the family, make some popcorn, and enjoy a captivating movie night. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

From heartwarming comedies to gripping dramas and everything in between, Apple TV has certainly delivered an impressive lineup of series that are sure to captivate viewers. Whether you're in the mood for a thrilling mystery like "The Shining Girls" or a thought-provoking documentary like "Visible: Out on Television," there's something for everyone. So grab your popcorn, settle into your favorite spot on the couch, and get ready for hours of incredible storytelling. Apple TV has truly raised the bar when it comes to top-notch television, and these series are proof that they are at the forefront of the streaming game.

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