Apple TV+ was launched in 2019. During the time of its launch, its rivals Amazon Prime and Netflix were steadily growing their content. It was hard to envision the success of a platform that operated on its own original shows and movies without the addition of old productions to gather the audience.
However, two years after its launch, Apple TV+ has been successful in growing and earning its name with Apple Originals.
Whether it is the Emmy-winning comedy series Ted Lasso or the science fiction thriller Severance, Apple TV+ has earned the limelight with its quality content.
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If you are wondering which TV show to watch next, here is the list of best shows available on Apple TV+ to make use of the subscription this weekend-
1. Ted Lasso
It is only fair to begin the list with the comedy-drama that added a lot of positive ratings to Apple TV’s library.
Emmy-winning series Ted Lasso focuses on the journey of an American coach who is hired by the British soccer team.
Unaware of the game’s rules and regulations, Lasso tries to coach the team with his determination and positivity. A hilarious series with humorous scenes crammed to make you laugh, this light-hearted series is a must-watch.
As you begin to watch this show, it appears to be a simplistic approach to separating the personal and professional lives of the people.
However, as the show moves on you realize the psychology behind it as the employees are put under the Severance program where memories are divided.
A mind-boggling series that will leave you confused, Severance is an engaging psychological thriller with a fresh approach.
3. The Morning Show
A stellar cast that includes Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, and Reese Witherspoon, The Morning Show is a fine portrayal of the work culture behind the morning shows in America.
Aniston stars as a national morning anchor who is shocked when her co-anchor, played by Carell, is fired due to sexual misconduct.
The workplace and media politics can be a bit monotonous however the series as a whole is a good watch.
4. Slow Horses
A group of dysfunctional spies led by the iconic Gary Oldman, Slow Horses is a crime drama showing a gang of agents solving crime together after they have been pushed into a building called the Slough House due to their failed training.
If you miss your childhood days when one of your comfort characters was Ronald Weasley, Servant is the right pick for you.
Following the lives of two couples who go through a rift in their married life, an emotionally stressful situation after an unspeakable tragedy gets worse when mysterious forces invade their house.
The Servant is a great psychological horror for the weekend!
6. Defending Jacob
What happens when an attorney, sworn to protect the community, is compelled to defend his own son- this Chris Evans starrer is an amazing rollercoaster ride showing the dilemma of a district attorney as he is torn between the dedication to his job and the unconditional love he has for his son, Jacob.
Based on the life of popular poet Emily Dickinson, this series is a must-watch for all poetry lovers.
A beautifully intricated story backed with crafted characters, Dickinson is further enhanced by Hailee Steinfeld and Ella Hunt’s roles. The aesthetics and poetry added to it make it even more beautiful.
8. For All Mankind
A sci-fi thriller exploring the possibilities of an alternate universe is a top-notch choice.
For All Mankind demonstrates what would have happened if the global race hadn’t ended when the Soviet Union was successful in its Moon Landing.
This show keeps you wondering about what happens next, making it an enjoyable ride.
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