Here’s What to Watch on Apple TV+ this Weekend

Apple TV+ is about to make its way toward screens everywhere on Nov. 1. The tech company’s streaming service will spotlight star-studded original movies and television shows, featuring actors such as Hailee Steinfeld and Jason Momoa, and from directors like M. Night Shyamalan and Stephen Spielberg. Customers can get all of the content for the low price of $4.99 a month. With the release date right around the corner, here are some shows to look out for, premiering only on Apple TV+.

1. The Morning Show

Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell

Available: Nov. 1 (First three episodes; new episodes added every Friday)

The Green sisters are back at it again! Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston reunite post-Friends to team up once again for The Morning Show. The series tells the story of a broadcast morning show crew dealing with the aftermath of a sexual misconduct scandal. Aniston plays Alex Levy, an anchor at The Morning Show, while Witherspoon plays an aspiring news reporter, Bradley Jackson.

2. Dickinson

Starring: Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski, Ella Hunt

Available: Nov. 1 (Complete 10 episode season)

Calling all English majors (and everyone else that happens to like Emily Dickinson)! Hailee Steinfeld, of Pitch Perfect and music industry fame, leads this half-hour comedy series as the rebellious young poet, Emily Dickinson. The show is a coming-of-age story which dives into the conversation surrounding gender, family, and society told from Dickinson’s perspective.

3. See

Starring: Jason Momoa, Alfre Woodard

Available: Nov. 1 (First three episodes; new episodes added every Friday)

First Aquaman, and now, Baba Voss. Jason Momoa is back on the small screen in Apple’s drama set in a distant future. After a virus destroys humankind, the survivors are all left blind. Momoa plays Baba Voss, a father of twins who are born with the ability to see. His job is to protect the twins from an evil queen who is set on destroying them. Fun fact: many of the cast members are either low vision or blind in real life.

4. For All Mankind

Starring: Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones

Available: Nov. 1 (First three episodes; new episodes added every Friday)

For All Mankind explores an alternative space timeline through the lives of engineers, astronauts, and their families. The show imagines a premise in which the Space Race never ended and the USSR beat the United States to the moon, which ultimately leaves NASA reeling.

5. Truth Be Told

Starring: Octavia Spencer, Lizzy Caplan, Aaron Paul

Available: Dec. 6

This show is not available until a little later down the road, but it has the makings to be a surefire hit! Truth Be Told is Apple’s newest drama, centered around a true crime podcaster named Poppy Parnell (Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer), who reopens a serial killer’s case after he claims that he was framed.