What Are Some Good Apple TV Shows to Watch? 8 Awesome Options

 Are you wondering what are some good Apple TV shows to watch? If yes, you should check out our list right here of some great options.

 Streaming platforms have started to take over cable television, and now 60% of Americans watch their shows on some kind of streaming platform. 

Apple recently jumped into the streaming game as well with its Apple TV platform. If you've binged everything on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, there are some well-produced and binge-worthy stories to check out.

Are you wondering what are some good Apple TV shows to watch? If yes, you should check out our list right here of some great options.

1. Dickinson

Emily Dickinson was a real-life poet who lived in America. She wrote thousands of untitled poems that were later published after she passed away. 
 
This show explores her life and what it may have been like through a historical fiction take on her early life. 

Hailee Steinfeld plays the poet. Her conversations with her friends and family sound like something out of modern times. The show isn't always historically accurate, but it's entertaining nonetheless. 

2. The Morning Show

One of the most-talked-about Apple TV shows is The Morning Show.

There are a lot of big-name actors in this show, including Steve Carell, Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Aniston, who still looks as young as ever. 

The story starts when a popular news show host is suddenly fired for alleged sexual misconduct. His co-host (played by Jennifer Aniston) suddenly has to deal with the aftermath. She worries that she may be replaced. 

And then she meets Reese Witherspoon's character, who is young and full of ambition. She worries that Witherspoon may take her place on the news show.

This show touches on the #MeToo movement and the problems women face when they come forward with these allegations. 

If you're looking for something that is different from your normal TV dramas while still being topical, this show is for you. 

3. Servant

When their young son dies, the mother in this show suffers from a psychological breakdown.

In order to help her, they get her a lifelike therapy doll. Dorothy, the mother in the show, treats her as if she's real. 

The husband deals with it for her sake, but when a nanny comes in to help, she also treats it as an actual child. 

This is an eerie thriller movie, and it moves quickly so you don't get bored. 

4. See
 
Jason Momoa returns for another brilliant drama. 

This show is set in the future and was written by Steven Knight. Francis Lawrence, who also directed the Hunger Games came in to direct this show.

The main aspect of this show is that everyone in the show is blind, and millions of survivors in the show don't have their site. 

Some teasers and trailers that have come out revealed that many babies born in this time do have their site, which starts wars and drama. 
 
5. Mythic Quest

If you watched HBO's Silicon Valley, you'll almost certainly enjoy this show as well. 

This is a comedy show that focuses on the nerdiness of some adults. This show focuses on a team building a video game similar to the popular World of Warcraft. 
 
This show features actors from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Community.

David Hornsby produced this comedic show, and it will definitely leave you laughing through every episode. 
 
6. Defending Jacob
 
Defending Jacob is based on the best-selling novel that William Landay wrote. 

Marvel's Captain America (Chris Evans) sets down his shield to act in this show. He plays the assistant DA in a small town, and then he has to deal with his son Jacob is accused of murder.

This show is a good old-fashioned murder mystery hunt, and there is also some family drama mixed in as well. 

Who wouldn't want to watch Chris Evans save the world again? 

7. For All Mankind

For All Mankind was directed by Ronald D. Moore, who also worked with the Star Trek series. He also created many other space-focused movies and TV shows, so you know this one has to be good. 

This show tells an alternate story of what could've happened if the Soviet Union beat America to the moon. NASA has to go back and deal with their defeat and work harder on getting more missions into space.

There are many familiar stories that are similar to what happened in real life as well. 

If you're a fan of the Cold War-era in history, this show is the best one for you. 

8. Little America

This show was so good that it was actually renewed for a second season before the first season even aired.

This anthology is perfect if you're interested in learning more about immigrants traveling to America. 

Each episode is a standalone story from people with all kinds of dreams and hopes. You'll be able to see how they can turn any obstacle into an opportunity. You'll also watch them struggle with keeping their roots while trying to be true to their heritage as well. 

There are many good episodes, and the show actually has a high rating on Rotten Tomatoes as well. Some critics have called it "joyous, heartfelt, and very human." 
This may be the new down-to-earth show that you need in your life. 

Discover More Good Apple TV Shows

These are only a few good Apple TV shows, but there are so many more out there. 

What were some of your favorites? They're always making new shows, so make sure you check back periodically to watch the latest stuff.

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