Apple Previews New Shows and Movies Coming to TV+ This Summer and Beyond in New Video

8 Jun

Listen on


Add Via


Add Via

Pocket Casts

Subscribe Via


Recast Via


Apple has released a new preview of upcoming original films, brand new series and returning seasons coming to TV+ this year.

Set to ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ by the Beach Boys, the two and half minute sizzle reel features new clips from ‘The Morning Show’, ‘Ted Lasso’, ‘See’, ‘Home Before Dark’, ‘Schmigadoon!’ and ‘Truth Be Told’, which will all return for their second seasons. It also contains new glimpses of ‘The Shrink Next Door’, ‘Invasion’, ‘Physical’ and the critically acclaimed Sundance award winner ‘CODA’, which Apple acquired in a record-setting $25 million dollar deal earlier this year.

Also featured is a more extended look at ‘Mr. Corman’, the upcoming half hour comedy starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a fifth grade school teacher struggling to find meaning in his life. The show is also now available to add to your Up Next queue in the TV app and will premiere on August 6th.

Today’s preview also highlights existing shows and films including ‘Palmer’, ‘Mythic Quest’, ‘Trying’, ‘Servant‘, ‘Lisey’s Story’ and ‘For All Mankind’ as well as the growing lIbrary of kids’ content on the service. It comes as the free trial period for TV+, which has been repeatedly extended by Apple, will expire on July 1st. With the likes of Ted Lasso; which has become a global phenomenon, returning for its highly anticipated second season as well as a truly stacked slate of programming for the rest of the year, Apple TV+ is certainly making a strong case for why you should continue to subscribe to the service after your free trial comes to an end.

James Lees
James has been a fan of Apple for as long as he can remember. He is a film & TV obsessive and has also written for several publications such as BBC Good Food Magazine. He lives in Glasgow, Scotland and can usually be found drinking copious amounts of coffee, watching Apple TV+ and talking about it with anyone who will listen.