What’s on Apple TV+?

Apple TV+
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    Strong selection of original programming
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    Big name stars like Tom Hanks & Oprah Winfrey
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    Full length feature films & documentaries
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    Not much outside original content
Michael Archambault
Sr. Writer, TV & Streaming
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March 01, 2022
4 min read

Apple’s video-on-demand streaming service, Apple TV+, offers a large variety of content to binge on, from original programming to full-length films.

Featuring content produced by Steven Spielberg and A-list actors, including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Jason Momoa, Apple TV+ has a little something for everyone.

Headline shows from Apple TV+ include the alternate history show For All Mankind, sports comedy Ted Lasso, and music documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.

Let’s dive into the Apple TV+ lineup to see exactly what’s streaming on Apple’s video-on-demand service and what your $5 a month gets you.

Apple TV+ original programming

Apple TV+ For All Mankind

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If you’re looking to plop onto the couch and binge on a new show, Apple TV+ offers over three-dozen selections.

From dramas to comedies and animated series, here is every bit of original programming you can catch currently on Apple TV+.


You’ll find the most original programming available on Apple TV+ under the drama category, but don’t let that fool you into thinking the service is limited.
The drama genre includes alternate history, science fiction, psychological thriller, mysteries shows, and more. Here’s all you can dive into on Apple TV+.

  • For All Mankind (Alternate history)
  • The Morning Show (Drama)
  • See (Science fiction)
  • Servant (Psychological thriller)
  • Truth Be Told (Legal drama)
  • Amazing Stories (Science fiction anthology)
  • Home Before Dark (Mystery drama)
  • Defending Jacob (Legal drama)
  • Little Voice (Musical drama)
  • The Mosquito Coast (Action thriller)
  • Lisey’s Story (Romance horror)
  • Tehran (Spy thriller)
  • Losing Alice (Erotic thriller)
  • Calls (Mystery thriller)
  • Severance (Workplace thriller)
  • Suspicion (Political thriller)
  • Swagger (Sports drama)

Note that Tehran, Losing Alice, and Calls, were co-productions with partner networks and may also be available outside of Apple TV+ in some regions.


If drama isn’t your thing, or you’d just prefer a good laugh, Apple TV+ offers up quite a few comedies to brighten up your day. Here are the comedies currently streaming on Apple TV+ for your amusement.

  • Dickinson (Period comedy)
  • Ghostwriter (Family mystery)
  • Little America (Comedy-drama anthology)
  • Mythic Quest (Workplace comedy)
  • Trying (Comedy)
  • Ted Lasso (Sports comedy)
  • Physical (Black comedy)
  • Acapulco (Comedy)
  • The Afterparty (Mystery comedy)


Sometimes, you need to kick back with a good animated show. While Apple+ primarily features animated offerings for families and children, there is one great adult animation on the table too. Here are Apple TV+’s animated offerings.

  • Central Park (Adult musical sitcom)
  • Snoopy in Space (Adventure)
  • Stillwater (Comedy)
  • The Snoopy Show (Comedy)
  • El Deafo (Miniseries)

Docuseries and Variety

The remainder of Apple TV+’s original programming includes unscripted shows such as docuseries and variety offerings. If you love diving into documentaries and educational content, you’ll feel at home here with the options on Apple TV+.

  • Visible: Out on Television (Docuseries)
  • Home (Docuseries)
  • Dear… (Docuseries)
  • Greatness Code (Docuseries)
  • Long Way Up (Travel)
  • Tiny World (Nature docuseries)
  • Becoming You (Docuseries)
  • Earth At Night In Color (Nature docuseries)
  • 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything (Docuseries)
  • The Me You Can’t See (Docuseries)
  • Oprah’s Book Club (Bookclub)
  • Helpsters (Educational)
  • Oprah Talks COVID-19 (Interview)
  • Fraggle Rock: Rock On! (Puppet variety)
  • Helpsters Help You (Educational)
  • The Oprah Conversation (Talkshow)
  • Lincoln's Dilemma (Historical docuseries)
  • The Line (True crime docuseries)
  • Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock (Children's puppetry)

Apple TV+ original films

Apple TV+ Greyhound

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If you’re looking to curl up with a bucket of popcorn, Apple TV+ also offers a collection of original films, from coming-of-age dramas to animated fantasies and nature documentaries.

If you have some time to relax in front of your TV, here are all of Apple TV+’s original films.

Feature Films

Want to dive into an adventure? Apple TV+ feature films include the American drama, The Banker, war film, Greyhound, and crime data, Cherry. Featuring big-name actors such as Tom Holland, Tom Hanks, and Billy Murray, there’s a lot to enjoy in Apple’s feature films.

  • Hala (Coming-of-age drama)
  • The Banker (Drama)
  • Greyhound (War)
  • On the Rocks (Comedy-drama)
  • Wolfwalkers (Animated fantasy)
  • Palmer (Drama)
  • Cherry (Crime drama)
  • CODA (Comedy-drama)
  • Finch (Adventure drama)


Are documentaries more to your fancy? Apple TV+ features a substantial collection of documentaries from those exploring the magic of music production to the far reaches of the globe. If you’re interested in learning something new, here’s what Apple TV+ has to offer.

  • The Elephant Queen (Nature documentary)
  • Beastie Boys Story (Documentary)
  • Dads (Documentary)
  • Boys State (Documentary)
  • Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You (Documentary)
  • Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds (Documentary)
  • Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry (Documentary)
  • The Year Earth Changed (Nature documentary)
  • Fathom (Nature documentary)
  • Who Are You, Charlie Brown? (Documentary)
  • Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (Documentary)
  • Flee (Animated documentary)
  • Little Girl (Documentary)

Apple TV+ specials

Apple TV Mariah Carey Christmas

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Apple TV+ has even thrown out a couple of specials for us to enjoy. If it’s the holiday season and you want to spend time with Mariah Carey, or you just want something a bit different, here you go.

  • Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth (Animated short)
  • Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special (Holiday special)

What’s coming soon to Apple TV+?

Apple TV+ Foundation

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Apple has invested a lot into Apple TV+, and there is additional content on its way to the on-demand streaming service. Here are some of the original programming and feature films you can get excited about, coming soon to your living room via Apple TV+.

  • The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey—March 11, 2022 (Drama)
  • WeCrashed— March 18, 2022 (Biography drama)
  • Pachinko—March 25, 2022 (Drama)
  • Slow Horses—April 4, 2022 (Drama thriller)
  • Roar—April 15, 2022 (Dark comedy)
  • They Call Me Magic—April 22, 2022 (Documentary)
  • Shining Girls—April 29th, 2022 (Drama)
  • Now and Then—May 20th, 2022 (Thriller)

How do I watch Apple TV+?

Apple TV App

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Apple TV+ is available on macOS, Windows, Android, Chrome OS, iOS, Apple TV, PlayStation, Xbox, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast with Google TV, and select Smart TVs. Simply download the Apple TV+ app to get started.

If you need a bit of extra help getting started with Apple TV+ on your Roku device, we’ve got you covered with our AppleTV+ on Roku guide.

As Apple TV+ is a subscription video-on-demand streaming service, you will need to pay a monthly fee of $4.99 to gain access to its content.

Apple TV+ is also available as part of the Apple One bundle, which you can learn more about on Apple’s website.

If you don’t already have a device to which you can stream Apple TV+, or you want to enjoy all of Apple’s original programming and films on your big-screen TV, here are a few device options.

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Apple TV 4K


Roku Ultra


Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K


Chromecast with Google TV


Michael Archambault
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Michael Archambault
Michael was born a geek, always interested in technology and how it affects the world around us. He has spent the last eight years writing about consumer and business tech for some of the world’s top brands and publications, including Samsung, Skyword, Digital Trends, Lifewire, and DPReview. Michael graduated from the New York Institute of Technology, earning a BFA in Communications and Media Production. When he’s not writing on Reviews.org, you’ll find Michael spinning a vinyl record, reading a good mystery novel, or hanging out with one of his cats (which has yet to turn him completely into an eccentric cat-man).

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