over it California Streaming Event, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveils upcoming new trailers Apple TV Plus. Shows and movies. These included the Morning Show Season 2, the Foundation and John Stewart’s new TV show, The Problem with John Stewart.
Not only did we get a closer look at the upcoming content, but we also got some important release dates for John Stewart (September 30), Finch (November 5) and The Screen Next Door (November 12).
There’s a lot to see on the service until these shows come out – like Ted Lasso Season 2, which is just a few weeks away.
Not sure where to start Apple TV Plus? Here’s your guide to all the new things coming into service over the next few months – and some of the shows that have just come out that are worth your attention.
Coming soon on Apple TV Plus.
Morning Show Season 2 (September 17)
The Apple TV Plus flagship show will return on September 17 for its second season. After taking several Emmy names in its first season, the Morning Show is easily one of the most capable content in Apple’s arsenal and features big names like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, however; This is a prime time drama that you can watch anytime, anywhere on Apple TV Plus.
Foundation (September 24)
For science fiction fans, this would be great for a few months of shows and movies. While the big screen fans will get a chance to see Frank Herbert. Mound In theaters HBO Max.Owners of small screens will be able to watch Ishaq Asimov’s Seminal Foundation series on Apple TV Plus starting September 24. Adaptation lasts up to books.
Issue with John Stewart (September 30)
There must be a coma. Problem with John Stewart. Very good description of the old TV host’s new series. A talk show that skips the Daily Show, Stewart will try to solve some of today’s biggest problems with his signature satirical humor, which is both humorous and sympathetic to the average American. It will begin on September 30.
Finch (November 5)
The month of October will see some good shows on Apple TV Plus, but it will not be until November that the streaming service goes back to pumping blockbusters. The first is Up Finch, featuring the legendary Tom Hanks. Feels like a weird, weird crossover between IM Legend and Wall E, the Finch star Hanks, his dog and a robot as they search for the wreckage of a planet That’s when we all cut. Its natural resources may be a little heavy hand to our liking, but with Hanks we are ready to give it a shot on November 5th.
Shrink next door (November 12)
The biggest movie on the docket for Apple TV Plus is The Shrink Next Door, a drama starring Paul Road and Will Farrell. In it, Reid played the role of a psychologist on a mission to help define Ferrell’s role. Over time, these boundaries become clearer as their therapy turns into basketball, long hugs and park walks, but we expect the results to be heartwarming and funny and / or Instead of being weird. When the film is released on November 12, we will look for one or the other.
What to watch now on Apple TV Plus.
Ted Lasso (Season 2 now available)
If you miss out on just one of our recommendations, make it Ted Lasso. The really beautiful series starring Jason Sodecas as coach Lasso threw us for some loops in the first season, but the second season has shown us that wounds heal over time and that families are really the ones with We want to live Are born with The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, but it’s time to dump her and move on.
Mr. Corman (Season 1 is now available)
Both Apple and Disney have been inspired by music teachers this year. Although the spirit of Disney and Pixar shows us the power of music as the cornerstone of our lives, Mr. Corman shows us the exact opposite. The result is a dramatic roller coaster of laughter and depression as we see actor Joseph Gordon Levitt struggling to put his life’s choices and dreams on hold.
Legendary Quest (Season 2 is now available)
In Philadelphia it’s always heard take the inactive family, put them in charge of a video game developer and Viola! You’ve got Mythic Quest. While the foundations seem completely and utterly ridiculous, there are consequences; well, they are also ridiculous. What makes Myth Quest great is the amazing cast of its characters, the pitch perfect satire of the games industry and some sweeping character arcs which, as the title suggests, are epic. We highly recommend watching both seasons of the show.
Elephant Queen (now available)
Even if you don’t consider yourself a fan of animal documentaries, The Elephant Queen is a good movie everywhere. After the life of an elephant named Athena and described by Chiwetel Ejiofor, the acclaimed documentary was nominated for Best Science / Nature Documentary and Best Narrative in 2019 when it won the Cinema for Peace Awards. If you don’t have enough patchwork for the day, we also recommend looking at Elephant (2020). Disney Plus Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.