Apple’s brand new streaming service Apple TV+ recently released and while the choice of content is rather stark, the current shows available to watch are surprisingly amazing. Here’s 3 shows that we recommend you check out:
The Morning Show
‘An inside look at the people who help Americans wake up each day, exploring the challenges faced by the people who work in morning television.‘
The Morning Show is refreshing, intriguing and extremely entertaining. The characters world, careers and reputations are shaken to their core when the single firing of male anchorman (Steve Carell) flips everything upside down. Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon shine with their outstanding and at times hilarious performances. Even Steve Carell is outstanding as a clueless white male who fails to see his wrongdoings. So far the show is incredibly exciting leaves your heart racing with very tense moments and show-stopping performances across the board.
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‘Far in a dystopian future, the human race has lost the sense of sight, and society has had to find new ways to interact, build, hunt, and to survive. All of that is challenged when a set of twins is born with sight.‘
This is one of the most unique concepts we have seen for a long time, it’s a rather unique spin on the usual apocalyptic themed shows. As usual, Jason Momoa is dressed in bearskins and looks like a damn bad ass. You truly are rooting for him in every single episode. The action scenes are truly like nothing we have seen before, the story feels so original and the cinematography and score is utterly gorgeous. The performances from all are brilliant, this is a must watch.
For All Mankind
‘The series explores what would have happened if the global space race had never ended.‘
It’s surprising what route America and Nasa could of went down if they failed to be the first on the moon and this is exactly what the show covers. The historical twist of the series creates an ambience of familiarity and poses the important question: what if? Similar to the alternate reality of ‘One Upon A Time In Hollywood’, the show gives female astronauts the opportunity to go to space in the 70’s, particularly ally Molly Cobb, who in real life never did get to go to the moon. The show covers issues such as equality, government conspiracy, immigration and of course: space exploration. The first two episodes weren’t exactly show-stoppers but the show quickly transforms into something very special.
Go Watch These Shows!
Apple TV+ and the shows mentioned above seem to be not getting talked about much at all. That may put you off ever watching them, don’t let it. These three shows alone are some of the best we have seen in a very long time, they’re all very entertaining and shine in their own individual ways. We HIGHLY recommend you check out what Apple TV+ has to offer.