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From thriller series Suspicion, to comedy Ted Lasso and romance drama Pachinko, here are the best shows to watch on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ might have been late to the streaming party but its future looks bright. This year, the streaming platform is looking to expand its library while continuously keeping its popular and award-winning content.

Dickinson continues to be a crowd favourite while Ted Lasso has received 20 Emmy Award nominations. Pachinko, the adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s best-selling novel has garnered praise from critics and is looking to be a turning point for Apple TV+.

If you’re looking for new shows to watch and unsure where to start, we rounded up some of the best titles from Apple TV+ below. Whether you need a good laugh, a scare or a thrill, there's something to suit all tastes.

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Ted Lasso

Ted Lasso follows Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis), an American football coach hired to manage a British soccer team. While he lacks the knowledge to do so, he makes up for it with his optimism and determination.

Ted Lesso has won seven Emmy Awards including Outstanding Comedy Series.

The Afterparty

This comedy takes place after a high school reunion’s afterparty—which ends with a stunning death, leaving everyone a suspect. The detective grills the former classmates one by one to uncover potential motives. But each person has their own version of what happened.


Emily Dickinson: a poet, daughter and total rebel. In this coming-of-age story, Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld) is determined to become the world’s greatest poet no matter what it takes.

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Dr Brain

Helmed by Korean visionary Kim Jee-woon as writer, director and executive producer, Dr Brain is the streaming platform’s first Korean-language show.

Based on the Korean webtoon of the same name, the series stars Parasite actor Lee Sun-kyun as a brain scientist who’s trying to uncover what happened to his family. To do so, he conducts “brain syncs” with the dead to access their memories for clues.

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WeCrashed is inspired by actual events and the love story in the centre of it all. The company WeWork grew from a coworking space into a global brand worth US$47 billion in just under a decade.

But in less than a year, its value dropped to US$40 billion. The question is: What happened?


Servant is a psychological horror series executively produced by award-winning director M. Night Shyamalan who also served as showrunner.

It revolves around a Philadelphia couple in mourning who hired a girl named Leanne Grayson (Nell Tiger Free) to be the nanny for their son Jericho. But Leanne’s arrival also brought on mysterious and strange occurrences to the family.

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This sports drama is loosely inspired by the experiences of NBA player Kevin Durant. It tells the story of a basketball prodigy who needs to navigate the pressure of overcoming the odds stacked against him.


Suspicion tells the story of four ordinary British individuals who are suddenly accused of kidnapping the song of a US media mogul.

The four embark on a desperate race against time to prove their innocence. But will anyone believe them and more importantly, are they telling the truth?


This science fiction psychological thriller is about Mark (Adam Scott), an employee at Lumon Industries who leads a team of office workers whose memories have been surgically divided between their work and personal lives.

But the truth soon comes to light when one of his colleagues appears outside of work.

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An adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s best-selling novel, Pachinko is a sweeping saga that chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations. We follow them as they leave their homeland in order to thrive and survive.

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