In the domain of streaming television, Apple TV+ has started to emerge as a service not to be underestimated or overlooked in regards to its content — and one of its newest titles is well-worth tuning in for.
Set against the backdrop of a patriarchal 1960s society, Lessons in Chemistry, based on Bonnie Garmus’ novel of the same name, follows Brie Larson’s Elizabeth Zott, who, after falling pregnant,
The Changeling is a highly anticipated horror fantasy series starring LaKeith Stanfield (Atlanta) as the protagonist, Apollo Kagwa. The plot revolves around his journey through an alternate version of New York City. Apollo
Loosely inspired by a terrifying true story, Taron Egerton (Rocketman) continues to prove his immense talent with Black Bird, a gritty and thrilling crime drama by Dennis Lehane.
In addition to starring badass and sex symbol Idris Elba, Hijack attracts viewers with a fascinating story and creative narrative style, unfolding in real time, similarly to the unique format of 24.
Based on the Wool novel series by Graham Yost, Silo is a sci-fi dystopia that asks an important question that feels more relevant in our world filled with misinformation and conspiracy theories:
Shrinking stars Jason Segel (How I Met Your Mother), who co-created the series with Ted Lasso’s Brett Goldstein and Bill Lawrence, as a grieving therapist who abandons traditional therapy expectations and starts telling his patients exactly what he thinks — with varying results.
Underrated Oscar winner Octavia Spencer (Spirited) stars as Poppy Parnell, an investigative reporter and determined true crime podcaster on the hunt for answers in Truth Be Told. Inspired by Kathleen Barber’s novel Are