Top 20 Shows That Must Watch On Apple TV+


In the maximum-security prison thriller Black Bird, Taron Egerton plays a drug dealer who is offered the chance to be let free if he can get a confession from an alleged serial killer who is also imprisoned (Paul Walter Houser). Author of Shutter Island and the six-part miniseries, Dennis Lehane, based it on actual events. Paul Walter Houser also received a perfect score in whatever spooky voice class he took.

Slow Horses

In the show, Slow Horses, starring Gary Oldman, a group of MI5 operatives who weren’t successful in their missions are fired. They sort papers while now living in a type of limbo for rejects until the team comes across a deadly kidnapping.


Maya Rudolph is a divorced wife of a millionaire (Adam Scott) who discovers she will receive an $87 billion settlement when he cheats on her. She re-establishes contact with the nonprofit organization she had forgotten she even owned and went out to try to do some good while rediscovering herself in the process. Joel Kim Booster, Ron Funches, and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez (Pose) appear in Loot (Fire Island).

The Afterparty

Not the Netflix KYLE film, though. The murder mystery that takes place at a high school reunion is called The Afterparty by Apple. In addition to Tiffany Haddish, Sam Richardson, Zo Chao, Ben Schwartz, Ilana Glazer, and Dave Franco, the entertaining series also stars a large ensemble.


Sophie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), who takes various forms after (supposedly) attempting her own life, is skeptical that the story being told to her is false. It becomes apparent that things are not exactly as they seem as she tries to piece together her failed suicide attempt.

For All Mankind

What if Russia reached the moon before America in the space race? Ronald D. Moore, the creator of Battlestar Galactica, explores a future in which the race for space supremacy never ended by ramping up NASA in this alternate history story.


In this workplace comedy/drama starring Patricia Arquette and Adam Scott, workers have “severance” surgery to physically divide the areas of their brains that are focused on work and personal life. However, achieving a work-life balance is still tricky since staff members learn about sneaky behaviors that impact their personal lives.

The Essex Serpent

A widow from London (Claire Danes) relocates to Essex in pursuit of the fabled serpent rumored to live in the region’s waters. In this historical drama, she meets the town’s pastor, a well-known sceptic (Tom Hiddleston), and residents who think her inquiries were to blame for the recent disasters.

Shining Girls

Shining Girls ups the ante by introducing a supernatural element: the murderer can travel across time. Serial killer content may be all the rage right now. Elisabeth Moss plays Kirby Mizrachi, one of his freed captives, which sets out to find him.


More than 70 years after its publication, Isaac Asimov’s renowned science fiction series Foundation is finally adapted for television. The series, which updates the story’s world-building and certain old elements, follows a band of rebels who want to overthrow the corrupt Galactic Empire.


A Korean family struggles to survive under Japanese rule in the multigenerational saga Pachinko, which is based on the best-selling book of the same name. The main character of this heartbreaking story, a Korean woman named Sunja, endures heartbreak, prejudice, and perseverance.

They Call Me Magic

Magic Johnson, one of the greatest basketball players of all time and a five-time NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s, will have a unique four-part documentary series on Apple.


Glen Close joins Niv Sultan and Niv Sultan’s explosive Season Two drama Tehran, which follows an ex-Mossad agent on a mission to destroy an Iranian nuclear site.

Mythic Quest

The best (and only) television show about video game creators, Mythic Quest, explores the interpersonal dynamics and comedic antics that go along with creating the biggest multiplayer video game in the world. Rob McElhenney (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) is the series’ lead actor, and Jake Johnson, Anthony Hopkins, and Snoop Dogg also make guest appearances.

Prehistoric Planet

Prehistoric Planet, a wildlife documentary with David Attenborough as the narrator, explores the hypothetical lives of numerous extinct species that once roamed the planet. Prehistoric Planet is an enjoyable experience for dinosaur enthusiasts who wish to see these enormous animals in motion. It features stunning CGI dinosaur representation and dramatic storylines.

Dr Brain

In this Korean science fiction series about a murder that has gone unsolved (as of yet? ), Dr Brain uses a unique device he created to access another person’s memories.


In this documentary series, famous people read fan letters describing how their work has impacted and transformed their lives. Spike Lee, Stevie Wonder, Jane Fonda, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and numerous more noteworthy guests attended.

Ted Lasso

Ted Lasso, one of the most talked-about comedies right now, is a fantastical, uplifting series about an American football coach sent abroad to manage an English soccer team. Ted Lasso hopes to continue the momentum in Season Three later this year with his hilarious and uplifting show.

The Morning Show

Later this year, the critically acclaimed Apple TV+ series hosted by Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon enters its third season. A year and a half after the Covid-19 pandemic’s global spread, Season Two fearlessly tackled it after tackling the #MeToo movement and the 2017 Las Vegas shooting in the first season.

Snoopy In Space

Are you looking for a family-friendly activity? Children and fans of the Peanuts comic strip will enjoy Apple’s The Snoopy Show and its spinoff series, Snoopy in Space. The adorable dog Snoopy becomes a NASA astronaut and visits the moon with his bird companion Woodstock.

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