Apple TV+ Guide: Here’s all the Apple TV shows and movies available now

Apple TV+ offers exclusive Apple original TV shows and movies in 4K HDR quality. You can watch across all of your screens and pick up where you left off on any device. Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month, and a single subscription can be shared with your entire family through Family Sharing at no additional cost. Buyers of a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV or iPod touch are eligible for a free year of Apple TV+.

When the year is up, the subscription renews at the standard $4.99 per month rate. But exactly what do you get for your money? Here’s every television show and movie available right now on Apple TV+, as well as a look at what’s coming soon …

Apple TV+ content is available exclusively through the Apple TV app. You can watch on your Apple TV set-top box, iPhone, or iPad as you might expect.

The TV app is also available on other platforms like Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and even the web at Read this post for more details on everywhere you can watch Apple TV.

Apple TV+ offers original comedies, dramas, thrillers, documentaries and kids shows. However, unlike most other streaming services, Apple TV+ does not include a back catalog of any kind.

For your $4.99/month subscription, you can watch all of Apple’s originals — as listed below. You can download to watch offline too. Right now, the library of Apple originals in terms of raw numbers is quite small. Expect to see the Apple TV+ library grow quickly, as Apple has committed to adding new originals every month.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 10 episodes • TV-MA

In a modern interpretation of Emily Dickinson’s life, Hailee Steinfeld stars as the misunderstood American poet in her coming-of-age story. Dickinson blends classical themes and carefully-crafted set pieces with anachronistic language and flair, personifications of Death, amongst other twists.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 10 episodes • TV-MA

For All Mankind explores what could have happened if the Russians got to the Moon first in 1969. This inspires the US government to continue the space race. The show forges an alternate timeline of NASA with the first season covering the 1969-1974 period.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 26 episodes • TV-G

A reboot of the classic children’s show of the same name, Ghostwriter follows the adventures of four kids in a haunted bookstore. The ghost brings classics of literature to life, and the kids must solve the mysteries that they entail.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 26 episodes • TV-Y

An educational children’s live-action puppet series starring Cody and the Helpsters, from the makers of Sesame Street. The show teaches the fundamentals of problem solving and coding through the lens of activities like party planning, climbing a mountain, and magic tricks.

Released November 1 • TV-PG

Renowned American talk show host Oprah Winfrey brings her Book Club to Apple TV. Every two months, Oprah records interviews with the author of her book picks at Apple Stores around the world.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 8 episodes • TV-MA

A post-apocalyptic adventure set 600 hundreds year in the future. The remaining population of Earth are all blind. A war breaks out as sighted twins are born into a tribe, and the queen of the lands fears the mythic twins will threaten her rule. Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard stars.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 26 episodes • TV-PG

Snoopy and Charlie Brown start a whole new adventure … in space. Follow Snoopy on his steps to becoming a NASA astronaut as the Peanuts gang explores the moon and beyond.

Released November 1 • 1 season • 10 episodes • TV-MA

A drama exploring the power dynamics in the world of morning news broadcasts. The story opens with anchor Mitch Kessler (Steve Carell) facing sexual misconduct allegations. Newcomer Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon) aspires to replace Kessler in the primetime slot, and clashes with longtime host Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston).

Released November 1 • TV-PG

A documentary spanning footage shot over four years of an elephant herd travelling across Africa. The film centers around the matriarch Athena but also pays attention to other animal species encountered along the way.

Coming Soon:

That’s a total of 12 shows and films on the schedule, but Apple TV+ has a lot more in development ready to roll out in the months and years to come. Apple has said that it will be adding new original TV shows and movies every single month, so there should always be something new to check out for subscribers. We’ll keep this post updated with the latest official announcements of new TV+ content.

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