Apple TV+: Original Shows and Movies, how to watch and what to watch

Apple TV+: Original Shows and Movies, how to watch and what to watch

Apple TV+ is an ad-free subscription streaming television service operated by Apple Inc. The service features a number of original television shows and movies, with new titles being added on a regular basis.

Content can be streamed either through the Apple TV+ app, which is available on most smart devices and platforms, or through the Apple TV set-top box. Regardless of how you watch, Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month and offers a wide variety of content for this low price.

This article will provide a list of all Apple TV+ shows and movies, as well as provide a guide on how to watch them and recommend shows worth watching.

All Apple Original Television Shows and Movies

TV Shows

  1. Franklin - A historical drama following Benjamin Franklin on his secret mission to France in 1776.
  2. Sugar - A neo-noir detective series following the mysterious disappearance of a Hollywood actress' daughter.
  3. Loot - A comedy following a woman who has to decide how to spend her $87 billion divorce settlement. A second and third season are coming soon.
  4. STEVE! - A documentary on Steve Martin's life, told in two feature-length parts.
  5. Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock - A full series reboot of the original Fraggle Rock franchise.
  6. Palm Royale - A drama following a woman's attempt to break into high society.
  7. Manhunt - A limited series following the 12-day search for John Wilkes Booth after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
  8. The Reluctant Traveler - A travel documentary series in which Eugene Levy faces personal challenges as he travels the world.
  9. The Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin - A comedy following the famous highwayman Dick Turpin and his band of outlaws.
  10. Earpods - A documentary following a group of friends as they navigate their way through earpods.
  11. EarthSounds - A nature documentary following a variety of animals and the sounds they make.
  12. Messi's World Cup: The Rise of a Legend - A documentary following Lionel Messi's performance in the World Cup.
  13. Constellation - A psychological drama following an astronaut who questions their own sanity.
  14. The Dynasty: New England Patriots - A documentary series about the New England Patriots.
  15. The New Look - A drama following Christian Dior and Coco Chanel during World War II.
  16. Sago Mini Friends - A preschool series based on the characters from the award-winning app.
  17. Masters of the Air - A World War II drama following the 100th Bomb Group.
  18. Criminal Record - A British crime drama following a detective and chief inspector as they confront each other over the investigation of an old murder case.
  19. John Lennon: Murder Without A Trial - A documentary following the life and death of John Lennon.
  20. Slow Horses - A drama following a group of MI5 rejects.

Movies

  1. The Banker - A crime drama following two bankers who manipulate the stock market.
  2. The Secret Garden - A fantasy following a young girl who stumbles into a magical garden.
  3. On the Basis of Sex - A biographical drama following a case fought in the Supreme Court.
  4. Finch - A post-apocalyptic drama following a man and his dog.

How to Watch Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is available through the Apple TV app on all iOS devices, Apple TV set-top boxes, and Apple's line of Smart TVs. It can also be accessed through the web at tv.apple.com using a Chrome browser. Although you can use the Apple TV app on Android devices and platforms like Roku, Sony PlayStation, and Xbox, you will not be able to access Apple TV+ content on these devices.

If you have an Apple One subscription, you will also have access to Apple TV+. If you do not have an Apple One subscription, you can purchase an Apple TV+ subscription for $4.99 per month.

What to Watch on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ features a wide variety of content. The service offers something for everyone, from dramatic films to nature documentaries. A few shows worth noting are Ted Lasso, For All Mankind, and *Sever