WWith so many streaming platforms battling for your attention and wallet, it’s hard to know which one is worth signing up for.
Although Apple TV+ launched in late 2019, it has quickly made a name for itself, offering a range of high-quality, original programming from the award-winning company. Ted Lasso to morning show.
Whether you are a fan of drama, comedy, or action, you are sure to find something worthy of a binge. Here’s what you get for $4.99 in the US and £4.99 in the UK per month.
Dickensoon (Three seasons, 2019-2021)
Dickinson It is a literary fable, but you don’t need to be an English major to enjoy it. Hailee Steinfeld leads the series as outspoken feminist activist Emily Dickinson, striving to become the famous poet who is highly respected today. It’s a great comedy with a modern twist on the 19th century. If you love sweet romance, battling against patriarchy, and maybe a bit of a slick successor, you are sure to find this three-season show unmissable.
Ted Lasso (two seasons, 2020-)
Emmy Award winning platform success is Ted Lasso, a heartwarming comedy starring Jason Sudeikis as an unlucky American soccer coach hired to run a British soccer team. He argues that the series’ very positive vibe “has been heralded as a welcome antidote to the dark, unhappy tone of many modern comedies” independent‘s Lewis Chilton. Lasso’s boundless optimism, even in the face of plenty of sarcasm, will make you invest right away.
to cut (1 season, 2022–)
A science fiction series that ambitiously imagines dividing the minds of characters between work and personal life. to cut has been likened to mad men and George Orwell 1984. It’s a slow burn that rebounds quickly. to me independentLeonie Cooper, “Such a sinister premise leads to moments of wonderfully bleak comedy and surreal frightening, skillfully directed by a perfect cast” that includes Patricia Arquette, Adam Scott and Christopher Walken.
morning show (two seasons, 2019–)
Featuring a string of A-list actors including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell, Billy Crudup, and more, morning show It is a workplace drama set in the midst of the #MeToo movement. It seeks to unveil the problematic inner workings of a news production company – and often succeeds. Sometimes she might get lost in her wise narration, but “embrace melodrama and soap and use these amazingly skilled superstars to their full effect, and this could be a TV date”, independentAdam White writes.
for all mankind (Three seasons, 2019–)
Imagine an alternate reality where the Soviet Union won the space race, and you’ll have an introduction for all mankind. Acting as a twisted fantasy of historical events, its strength lies in the background backdrops of its characters. The amazing recreation of the solar system is also worth checking out.
I crashed (1 season, 2022)
Starring Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway as a real couple Adam and Rebecca Newman, I crashed It follows the couple’s relationship along with the short-lived triumph and rapid downfall of their global brand WeWork. In the end, the source material is not who – which interesting, so instead, her heart becomes a “strangely sympathetic love story” between the threads, he writes independentNick Hilton.
pachinko (1 season, 2022–)
Based on The New York Times A bestseller of the same name, pachinko It tells the story of the journey of a Korean immigrant family as they struggle to survive and thrive after fleeing to Japan during World War II. The seamless blend of directing, acting and storytelling is key to her success. Critics have praised her for her beautiful narrative techniques and gentle handling of generational trauma.
the other side (1 season, 2022–)
the other side It’s a crime-comedy fantasy, and while its plot is far from original — a high school reunion that ends in a murder with each episode told from a different perspective — the lightness of heart doesn’t demand much from its viewers. It also anchors an impressive roster of comedians, with Ilana Glazer, Tiffany Haddish, and Ben Schwartz bringing laughter along with mystery.