Here are all the shows and films available on Apple TV+

When we mention to friends and extended family members that we have Apple TV+, if they don’t ask us “What’s that?,” they ask, “What shows are on Apple TV+?”

There’s more already on Apple TV+ than more people think, even though Apple’s highly-lauded service just launched this past November.

Apple TV+ shows.  Apple TV+ is home to the biggest directors and top stars
Apple TV+ is home to the biggest directors and top stars

Here are all of the current Apple TV+ shows and films:

• “Dickinson” (Season 1, 10 episodes)
• “The Elephant Queen Documentary” (feature-length film)
• “For All Mankind” (Season 1, 10 episodes)
• “Ghostwriter” (Season 1, 7 episodes)
• “Hala” (feature-length film)
• “Helpsters” (6 episodes)
“Little America” (Season 1, 8 episodes)
• “The Morning Show” (Season 1, 10 episodes)
• “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet” (Season 1, 9 episodes)
• “Oprah’s Book Club” (Episode 1)
• “See” (Season 1, 8 episodes)
• “Servant” (9 episodes)
• “Snoopy in Space” (12 episodes)
• “Truth be Told” (Season 1, 8 episodes)
• “Visible: Out on Television” (Five-part documentary series)

Here are all of the upcoming Apple TV+ shows and films:

March 6

• “Amazing Stories” – A reimagining of the original anthology series by Steven Spielberg, each episode of “Amazing Stories” will transport the audience to worlds of wonder through the lens of today’s most imaginative filmmakers, directors and writers.

March 26

“The Banker” – Inspired by true events, “The Banker” centers on revolutionary businessmen Bernard Garrett (Anthony Mackie) and Joe Morris (Samuel L. Jackson), who devise an audacious and risky plan to take on the racist establishment of the 1960s by helping other African Americans pursue the American dream. Along with Garrett’s wife Eunice (Nia Long), they train a working class white man, Matt Steiner (Nicholas Hoult), to pose as the rich and privileged face of their burgeoning real estate and banking empire – while Garrett and Morris pose as a janitor and a chauffeur. Their success ultimately draws the attention of the federal government, which threatens everything the four have built.

April 3

• “Home Before Dark” – The dramatic mystery series, inspired by the reporting of young investigative journalist Hilde Lysiak, follows a young girl who moves from Brooklyn to the small lakeside town her father left behind. While there, her dogged pursuit of the truth leads her to unearth a cold case that everyone in town, including her own father, tried hard to bury.

April 17

• “Home” – A new documentary series that offers viewers a never-before-seen look inside the world’s most innovative homes. Each episode in the nine-episode first season unveils the boundary-pushing imagination of the visionaries who dared to dream and build them.

April 24

• “Beastie Boys Story” – Beastie Boys Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz tell you an intimate, personal story of their band and 40 years of friendship in this live documentary experience directed by their longtime friend and collaborator, and their former grandfather, filmmaker Spike Jonze.

• “Defending Jacob” – A gripping, character-driven thriller based on the 2012 New York Times best-selling novel of the same name, and starring Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery, Jaeden Martell, Cherry Jones, Pablo Schreiber, Betty Gabriel and Sakina Jaffrey. The limited drama series unfolds around a shocking crime that rocks a small Massachusetts town and one family in particular, forcing an assistant district attorney to choose between his sworn duty to uphold justice and his unconditional love for his son.

May 1

• “Trying” – All Jason and Nikki want is a baby. But it’s the one thing they just can’t have. Starring Rafe Spall and Esther Smith, “Trying” is a new comedy series about growing up, settling down and finding someone to love.


• “Central Park” – An animated musical comedy about the Tillermans, a family that lives in Central Park. Owen, the park manager, and Paige, his journalist wife, raise their kids Molly and Cole in the world’s most famous park, while fending off hotel heiress Bitsy Brandenham and her long suffering assistant Helen, who would love nothing more than to turn the park into condos.

• “Little Voice” – A love letter to the diverse musicality of New York, “Little Voice” explores the universal journey of finding your authentic voice in your early 20s. Sara Bareilles (“Waitress”) will provide original music for this fresh, intensely romantic tale of the search to find your true voice … and then the courage to use it.

MacDailyNews Take: Apple TV+ subscribers, what are your favorite series and/or film(s) on the service?


  1. Yes, there are the shows that are Apple TV+ specific, made in association with Apple. Those are free with an Apple TV+ subscription.

    However, my experience so far with Apple TV+ is that while there is a plethora of other shows and movies, 99+% of them cost extra. My subscription gets me Apple co-developed stuff, but not much else. This seems to severely limit what my subscription provides to me without extra cost.

    This, in my opinion, makes it a weak competitor to other, competing services, which offer many shows and movies not explicitly made with or for them for free with their subscription.

    1. Hi Shadowself,

      You are describing your experience with the Apple TV app, not Apple TV+.

      Apple’s naming mess has made this confusing for most people. There’s the Apple TV device, the Apple TV app (which attempts to bring everything together into one app to make searching for content easier), and then Apple TV+ which is a service consisting of Apple Originals content for $4.99/month.

      That content that “costs extra” is not part of Apple TV+. It’s part of Apple’s Apple TV app.

      Confusing enough for you? You’d think one of the world’s largest companies would be able to name things properly so as to not confuse just about everybody, but you’d be wrong.

  2. Some great shows on Apple TV+. But the Apple TV app sucks (on Apple TV device and on iOS). It’s so hard to navigate to the wanted show on Apple TV+. There should be a separate app for that. I don’t care to see all the shows and movies that I don’t have access to. I want an Apple TV+ app that works like Netflix and that does remember correctly where to resume my show!

  3. Other than See, I didn’t find anything i would spend my time watching. And i’m not going to spend money every month to see those. Comparably, I can watch stuff on the CW for free. “The 100”, which is ending soon is just as good as See. And they did have a bunch of other decent shows. Point is, Apple has the weakest offerings of anyone, and they are charging a premium. No thanks.

    1. $5 per month is “charging a premium” for you? Wow. Not to mention Apple TV+ is free for a year with any Apple product purchase. We got it free for a year when we got a new Apple TV unit. Next year will be free also since we need a new iMac then. The next year after that will also be free as it will be time to upgrade one of our iPhones. Yeah, soooo premium 🙂

  4. I just clicked through all the links.

    It all looks wokish to all-out woke. Hard pass.

    Maybe I’ll consider Amazing Stories. If untainted.

    My free1 year expires in December and remains unused.

    1. Mythic Quest is anything but “woke” and it’s hilarious. Really great. I suspect you’re just another Apple troll and you have no interest in giving anything on Apple TV+ a try, whether you’d like it or not.

      1. I’ll login into the free AppleTV+ account that I got with my iPhone 11 Pro Max, for the very first time, to check out Mythic Quest, as per your suggestion.

        Troll? Don’t think so. Loyal Apple customer since 1987.

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