20 Best TV Shows to Stream on Apple TV+

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With hits like Teddy Lasso to The morning show, AppleTV+ has quickly become known as the destination for some of the most talked about TV streaming. But since its launch in November 2019, Apple TV+ has released a wealth of exciting, ambitious, and often hilarious content that you’ve probably been neglecting. Despite its status as one of the newer streamers, it’s clear that Apple is committed to creating quality content featuring some of the world’s biggest stars. Here are 20 of the best shows streaming on Apple TV+ that you need to watch.

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The morning show

You can currently stream two seasons of Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s twisted morning show drama on AppleTV+, and Season 3 is on the way. Aniston and Witherspoon play rival morning show hosts who have already explored the realities of the #MeToo movement and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the entertainment industry in this timely series. If you’re still devastated by Steve Carell’s departure, you can breathe a sigh of relief as Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm, joins the cast for season three. LOOK NOW


Teddy Lasso

Teddy Lasso instantly won the hearts of audiences everywhere, taking home awards left, right and center. Jason Sudeikis plays an American football coach who takes a job coaching a football team in England. Despite knowing next to nothing about the sport, Ted makes himself invaluable to the team, and heartwarming banter ensues. Season 3 is imminent. LOOK NOW



If you continued to sleep Physically, it’s time to slip on some spandex and get to class. Rose Byrne is fantastic as Shiela, a downtrodden housewife who finds herself on a journey of self-discovery thanks to some very Jane Fonda-esque ’80s aerobics sessions. The always dreamy Paul Sparks plays a local mall owner who crosses the married mother as she climbs upstairs. Season 3 is coming. LOOK NOW



prey is easily one of the most charming sitcoms to hit our screens in quite some time. Maya Rudolph stars as Molly, a recently divorced billionaire who doesn’t know what to do with her life. When she gets a call from the charitable foundation set up in her name, she realizes there’s more to life than mega yachts and private jets. This offbeat workplace comedy works because of its fantastic cast and hilarious one-liners that often catch you off guard. Not to be missed. LOOK NOW



Based on the 2017 novel of the same name by Min Jin Lee, pachinko examines Japan’s colonization of Korea in the early 1900s and the enduring impact on its inhabitants. Created by Soo Hugh, the TV series spans four generations of a family who ultimately face discrimination after migrating to Japan. Youn Yuh-jung’s performance as the protagonist Kim Sunja was deservedly acclaimed. LOOK NOW


We crashed

Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway play Adam and Rebekah Neumann in this limited series based on the true life story from WeWork. Leto plays the charismatic co-founder and former CEO of WeWork, once a shared office company valued at $47 billion. We crashed follows the ups and downs of one of the most surprising and disastrous startups in tech. LOOK NOW


bad sisters

One of the latest offerings from Apple TV+, bad sisters is a dark comedy directed by Sharon Horgan (catastrophe, divorce, Glowing Valley), based on Flemish series Clan. The series focuses on five sisters following the death of one of their husbands, but it’s unclear if any of the siblings could be responsible for his murder. Filmed in Ireland, this comic thriller features an amazing cast. LOOK NOW



AppleTV+ dickinson is a modern retelling of the coming-of-age story of one of America’s most beloved poets. Hailee Steinfeld plays Emily, who rebels against her parents’ plans for her. Life is made more difficult by the fact that the young poet is in love with her best friend, who happens to be engaged to Emily’s brother. Mix historically accurate costumes and sets with contemporary dialogue, dickinson wowed viewers for three seasons. LOOK NOW


Five Days Memorial

Five Days Memorial is a gritty medical drama set in a New Orleans hospital in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Based on the book by Sheri Fink, the series stars Vera Farmiga as a doctor who works during real-life tragedy and is forced to make terrible decisions with limited resources. LOOK NOW


The me you can’t see

Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey’s collaboration is an unerring look at the often-stigmatized conversation about mental health. Featuring contributions from Lady Gaga and Glenn Close, the documentary series encourages viewers to focus on their own well-being and to confront any trauma they may have experienced. LOOK NOW


severance pay

The first season of severance pay received 14 Emmy nominations. Part science fiction, part psychological thriller, SeverancAdam Scott stars as Mark, a Lumon Industries employee who agrees to participate in the company’s “severance program.” But after his non-work and professional memories are separated, he begins to uncover a twisted conspiracy. Starring Christopher Walken and Patricia Arquette. LOOK NOW


Little America

Apple TV+ anthology series Little America is based on the incredible true stories of immigrants in the United States as told in Epic Magazine. With the writing talent of The big sick‘s Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon and prey‘s Alan Yang, the series has already been renewed for a second season. LOOK NOW


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The morning show‘s Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars in this twisting psychological thriller. The series follows Sophie, a woman who suffers from an extreme form of memory loss following a traumatic head injury. While her injuries are initially believed to be the result of a suicide attempt, Sophie begins to question everything in her life, including those closest to her. LOOK NOW


The after party

The after party is a comedy crime series featuring a slew of comic talent including Tiffany Haddish, Dave Franco and Ilana Glazer. A high school reunion serves as the location for a crime thriller, with each episode telling the story through the eyes of a different character. The green light has already been given for a second season. LOOK NOW


Mythic Quest

it’s always sunny in Philadelphia The stalwart Rob McElhenney co-created and stars in this workplace sitcom set in a video game studio. McElhenney plays Ian (pronounced Iron) Grimm, a larger than life gaming brother who does a pretty poor job of motivating the rest of the Mythic Quest staff. The sitcom returns for seasons 3 and 4. WATCH NOW


The big con

This docuseries follows the rise and fall of attorney Eric C. Conn, who managed to swindle the government out of half a billion dollars. The scale of Conn’s Social Security fraud is nothing short of shocking, and the series examines the key players in his lucrative scheme. The big con nor does he shy away from showing the victims most devastated by his actions – the disabled applicants who were thrown into desperate poverty by the government when Conn’s deception was exposed. LOOK NOW



M. Night Shyamalan’s spooky TV series focuses on a young couple trying to recover from a devastating tragedy. They hire a young nanny to look after their son, but she comes to find an incredibly lifelike reborn doll instead. As the parents deal with the grief, it quickly becomes apparent that the nanny has brought dark secrets into their home. LOOK NOW

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