Wednesday, December 1

Here’s some of what’s coming to Apple TV + in 2021

Apple TV + is a bit different than most other streaming services on the market.

While platforms like Netflix, Disney +, and Crave reveal full lists of what’s coming to their services each month, Apple generally only makes release date announcements on a case-by-case basis.

As a result, this can make it a bit difficult to keep up with when a show or movie hits Apple TV +, especially when the service’s content deployment is slower than many of its peers.

Given all that, we decided to take a look at what do know will be coming to Apple TV + throughout 2021 and round it up accordingly. The upcoming Apple TV + content list is especially worth noting if you’re someone who has a one-year trial of the service through the purchase of an Apple device, as the tech giant now extends its free period until July.

Of course, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic impacting production, some release dates may change. On top of that, Apple can buy more content for the service, as it did with Tom Hanks. Greyhound last year.

All that being said, below is a breakdown of what we know is coming to Apple TV + later in 2021. We will also update this story as more release dates are confirmed.


In case you missed them, the second seasons of Dickinson and Server premiered on January 8 and 15, respectively, with new episodes for both shows every Friday.

In the meantime, here’s what’s coming to Apple TV + this month:

Losing Alice

Feeling irrelevant, a middle-aged film director (Ayelet Zurer) becomes obsessed with a 24-year-old screenwriter (Lihi Kornowski) and casts away her moral integrity to achieve success.

Gender: Psychological thriller
Execution time: Eight episodes
Release date: January 22 (first episode, new episodes every Friday)


Palmer Justin Timberlake

After a 12-year stint in prison, a former high school soccer star (Justin Timberlake) returns home to try to restart his life, leading him to befriend a young outcast (Ryder Allen).

Gender: Drama
Execution time: 1 hour, 58 minutes
Release date: January 29


Snoopy show

Snoopy show

Produced by Vancouver-based WildBrain, Snoopy show Follow the iconic Peanuts Beagle on a series of new adventures.

Gender: Anime family
Execution time: TBA
Release date: February 5th

For all mankind (season 2)

For all mankind

A decade after the events of the first season, the Cold War has reached new heights, leading the crew to grapple with the militarization of NASA.

Gender: Science fiction, drama
Execution time: 10 episodes
Release date: February 19 (first episode, new episodes every Friday)

Billie Eilish: the world a bit fuzzy

Billie eilish

This documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Billie Eilish’s debut studio album, When we all fall asleep, where do we go?

Gender: Musical documentary
Execution time: N / A
Release date: 26 of February



Cherry Tom Holland

The Russo brothers’ first directing effort afterAvengers Endgame starring Tom Holland as a doctor who suffers from PTSD and resorts to robbing banks to finance his addiction to opioids.

Gender: Criminal drama
Execution time: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Release date: February 26 in theaters, March 12 on Apple TV +


The rest of these Apple TV + originals don’t have specific dates, but we know that barring delays, they will arrive sometime this year:

  • The Velvet Underground (Summer 2021) – A documentary about the iconic American rock band of the same name.
    Foundation (2021): a science fiction series based on Isaac Asimov’s iconic novels of the same name
  • Lisey’s Story (2021) – A Julianne Moore-directed television adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel about a famous novelist who experiences hallucinations after the death of her husband.
  • La Costa de los Mosquitos (2021): an idealist (Justin Theroux) uproots his family and moves to Latin America
  • Pachinko (2021) – A television adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s epic historical novel about a Korean family adjusting to life in Japan.
  • Schmigadoon! (2021) – Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key star in this musical comedy series about a couple who discover a city where everyone acts like it’s a 1940s musical.
  • Separation (2021): A suspense series about a show that separates the work and non-work memories of employees, starring Adam Scott and Patricia Arquette.

There are other Apple productions actively in the works that are undated, largely due to filming closed on all Apple TV + series for a period last year. Still, some of what we can expect from Apple TV + going forward includes the second seasons of The Morning Show, See and Mythic Mission: Raven’s Feast, the premiere of Kevin Durant’s basketball drama Strut and a Robert Downey, Jr. crime drama that is based on a Toronto Life Article.

What do you expect from Apple TV + this year? Let us know in the comments.

Apple TV + costs $ 5.99 CAD / month.

Image Credit: Apple

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