23 Shows You Should Be Watching on Apple TV+ (If You’re Not Already)

After earning quite a bit 52 Emmy nominations in 2022, Apple TV+ has proven its commitment to creating world-class entertainment starring some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. From Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s glossy collaboration, to modern comedy classics like Ted Lasso and Plunder, Apple TV+ makes its subscription service pretty irresistible. Here are 23 of them best TV shows on Apple TV+ to see in 2022.

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You’ve probably already seen Ted Lasso‘s first two seasons, but that just means you’re ready to watch again. Jason Sudeikis stars as a hapless American soccer coach who agrees to coach a failing British soccer team. The heartwarming sitcom received rave reviews, especially when it arrived during the pandemic and helped viewers believe in goodness again. Season 3 is reportedly ready in 2022.

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Apple TV+ Samples is another heartwarming British sitcom, this time about a couple’s challenging parenting journey. Rafe Spall and Esther Smith star as Jason and Nikki, a couple who are trying to conceive and decide to adopt to expand their family. The streamer has just debuted the show’s third season, and fans are eagerly awaiting news about season 4.

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Based on the incredible true stories in the Epic Magazine, Little America is an anthology series focusing on immigrants in the United States. Husband and wife team Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordonwho helped write The big sickjoin a long line of talented writers and directors on the project who have been renewed for second season. From harrowing stories of deportation to heartwarming stories of families building new lives, Little America is the series we need right now.

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Based on Bestselling book by Min Jin Lee, Pachinko follows several generations of one family, from their early days in Japanese-occupied Korea to Japan to New York. The series explores the real-life tensions that arise for Koreans living alongside Japanese emigrants, and the discrimination experienced by those who left Korea for a new life. Pachinko is an emotional drama about the meaning of legacy and the longevity of generational trauma.

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Adam Scott stars in this sci-fi-infused psychological thriller, directed by Ben Stiller and Aoife McArdle. Scott plays Mark, a Lumon Industries employee who agrees to participate in the company’s “severance” program. The procedure involves employees having their working memories separated from non-working memories. However, it quickly becomes clear that a widespread conspiracy is taking place.

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Hailee Steinfeld stars as the beloved poet Emily Dickinson in this modern take on what it means to be young, queer and in love in America. While developing her talent as a poet, Emily falls in love with her best friend, who happens to be her brother’s fiancee. While avoiding the path her parents have planned for her, Dickinson combines historically accurate costumes with contemporary dialogue to introduce the iconic author to a new audience.

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Maya Rudolph is simply amazing Plunder as Molly Novak, a recently divorced billionaire trying to find her place in the world after her husband leaves her. After immersing herself in the charitable foundation set up in her name, Molly begins to realize that there is more to life than being really, really, really, ridiculously good-looking and wealthy. An amusing ensemble cast does Plunder the perfect workplace sitcom.

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Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s glossy journalistic drama needs no introduction. The powerhouse couple helped turn one of Apple TV+’s first releases into a smash hit that has already spawned a slew of nominations and awards. After Steve Carell’s exit, Jon Hamm is in the show for its upcoming third season, prepare to swoon.

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Elisabeth Moss stars in this twisted time travel thriller, based on Lauren Beukes’ 2013 novel, The shining girls. After a brutal attack that left her for dead, Kirby tries to rebuild her life as an archivist at a newspaper. But after discovering details of a murder that match her own attack, Kirby begins to realize that she is part of a much bigger mystery. With the help of a reporter, her investigation spans decades and they soon track down a potential and unlikely serial killer.

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Rose Byrne is lovely in Physical like bored housewife Sheila who discovers aerobics and finds herself in the process. With a failed marriage and no career, Sheila fills the void in her life with spandex and ’80s music, and it’s not long before she’s building her own empire. The always brave Paul Sparks plays a local businessman whose hatred for Sheila is a little too strong. Truly one of Apple TV+’s best and most underrated shows.

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Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd star in this miniseries based on an almost unbelievable true story. The Shrink Next Door follows Marty (Ferrell), a very rich but directionless businessman who goes to therapy at the behest of his sister. Rudd plays Dr. Ike, a psychiatrist whose relationship with his patients begins to cross a line, especially when it comes to Marty’s family, wealth, property and business.

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Apple TV+ Black Bird Taron Egerton stars as Jimmy, a jailed drug dealer offered a deal to shorten his sentence. However, Jimmy must extract a confession from a suspected serial killer to fulfill his side of the deal, something that turns out to be incredibly dangerous. Based on a true story, Black Bird features a host of astonishing performances, including Paul Walter Hauser as sinister convict Larry Hall, and Ray Liotta in one of his final screen appearances.

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Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway star as Adam and Rebekah Neumann, the husband and wife team behind office startup WeWork. We crashed takes viewers behind the scenes of Adam’s rise to power, and WeWork’s eventual fall from grace. The business that once was valued at $47 billionhad an incredible journey to the top, and thanks to Leto and Hathaway’s amazing performances, We crashed is an inevitable miniseries.

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Five days at Memorial tells the devastating story of a hospital’s attempt to survive Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Based on Sherri Fink’s book of the same name, Apple TV+’s adaptation is a harrowing account of what took place at Memorial Hospital in New Orleans during the widespread disaster. Not for delicate souls, Five days at Memorial is a terrifying call to action when it comes to disaster planning, prevention and loss of life.

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After her incredible performance in the first season of The morning show, Gugu Mbatha-Raw takes the lead Surface. In the surprising thriller, Sophie experiences a severe form of amnesia and cannot remember basic details about herself. After it is suggested that her amnesia is the result of a suicide attempt, Sophie is forced to rebuild her life, which includes revealing her own secrets.

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Sharon Horgan serves as both creator and star of Bad sisters, a dark comedy set in Ireland. Part murder mystery, part comedy-drama, the series follows five sisters who find themselves unofficially investigated by an insurance company after one of their husbands mysteriously dies. Perfectly plotted and fun to boot.

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Keegan-Michael Key and Cecily Strong star as a couple who go on a hike to try to save their relationship. While bickering, they stumble upon a town called Schmigadoon, which constantly celebrates the golden age of musicals in the 1940s and 1950s. The twist is that the troubled couple can’t leave the magical destination until they find true love. Another season on the way.

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Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston star in Apple TV+’s six-part miniseries based on Sarah Perry’s novel, The Essex Serpent. When widow Cora decides to investigate a mythical snake outside of London, she forms an unexpected connection with a local priest. Tragedy strikes, however, and the locals blame Cora.

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Defends Jakob flew under the radar when it was released, but there are plenty of reasons to revisit it now. Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery star as the parents of a boy accused of murdering another child in a small town. This eight-part series will keep you guessing until the end, and it’s perfect for fans of It regretted and Big Little Lies.

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The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray

This six-part drama, based on book by Walter Mosley, stars Samuel L. Jackson in the title role. After the death of a family member, a 91-year-old with dementia finds himself making an unexpected connection with a stranger. Challenged to step outside his comfort zone, Ptolemy Gray begins to remember who he is and begins to investigate the murder himself.

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Eugenio Derbez stars as Maximo, a wealthy man who reflects on his youth in the Apple TV+ bilingual comedy. Most of the action takes place in the 80s, when Maximo was a poor pool boy at the Las Colinas Resort in Acapulco, Mexico. From decadent guests to brilliant moments of workplace comedy, Acapulco is an uplifting sitcom. ONE the second season has already been greenlit.

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After its first season, Slow horses was immediately renewed through seasons 2, 3 and 4, which must be a good sign. The series focuses on a group of failed MI5 agents who have been relegated to an administrative unit called Slough House. The drama begins when the agents become involved in a dangerous mystery. Gary Oldman plays Slough House’s drunken manager, while Kristin Scott Thomas stars as the Deputy Director General of MI5.

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The inimitable Octavia Spencer stars as true crime podcaster Poppy Parnell To be honest. Each season sees Poppy investigate a new mystery and try to find the truth while filming her popular podcast series. Season 1 starred Aaron Paul and Lizzy Caplan, Season 2 featured Kate Hudson, and the upcoming Season 3 stars Gabrielle Union.

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