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Before the end of 2024, Apple TV+ introduced an extensive lineup of highly anticipated new series such as New Look and The Hunt , as well as returning favorites like Acapulco and Fraggle Rock: Return to the Rock.
On Monday, Apple TV+ announced all the shows it will bring to the streaming platform in 2024, including both new and already existing. The company has also released a short trailer giving viewers a sneak peek at this year's program.
“New Look” – February 14
Set during the Nazi occupation of Paris during World War II, A New Look is the story of Christian Dior's pioneering influence on beauty and fashion. Dior's success threatens Chanel's dominance as the world's most famous fashion designer. The story tells of Dior's contemporaries and competitors, as well as the clothes created by Dior in collaboration with the House of Dior. The cast includes Maisie Williams, John Malkovich, Emily Mortimer, Claes Bang and Glenn Close.
“Dynasty: New England Patriots – February 16
The upcoming docuseries offers exclusive access to interviews with Kraft, Belichick and Brady, as well as insights from former and current players, coaches, executives, league officials and journalists. chronicling the Patriots' 20-year journey from six Super Bowl victories to internal strife, the series provides an inside look at the path to greatness, from the owner's quarters to the locker room.
“Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home Franklin” – February 16.
The origin story of Peanuts' favorite character, Franklin, explains how he makes new friends. Franklin moves frequently due to his father's military service, but finds solace in his grandfather's notebook filled with timeless advice. While trying to join the Peanuts gang, Franklin discovers that the Soap Box Derby race is being held next door. He teams up with Charlie Brown to build a great car and form an even greater friendship.
“Constellation” – February 21
“Constellation” is a psychological thriller, based on an eight-part conspiracy, Joe is an astronaut returning to Earth after a space disaster. The series delves into the darker aspects of human psychology and showcases a woman's quest to unravel the truth about the hidden history of space travel. She is determined to regain everything she lost during her journey into space.
“Messi World Cup: The Rise of a Legend” – February 21
“Messi World Cup: The Rise of a Legend” is a documentary series highlighting the story of Lionel Messi, the world's best living athlete. It features personal interviews with Messi, his teammates, coaches, opponents, loyal fans and commentators.
The series tells the dramatic journey of Messi's career, starting with his first match for the Argentina national football team. before his return to win the FIFA World Cup in 2022, where he was named the tournament's best player.
” “The Completely Fictitious Adventures of Dick Turpin” – March 1
In The Totally Fictitious Adventures of Dick Turpin, the story follows Turpin as he leads a group of outlaws and outsmarts lawman Jonathan Wilde. The action takes place in the 18th century. Turpin is an unlikely highwayman known for his charm and showmanship. He and his gang go through ups and downs, including meeting celebrities while trying to avoid capture.
“The Hunt” – March 15
Based on the non-fiction book by James Swenson The 2007 book “The Hunt” chronicles Booth's 12-day search as he fled Washington into the woods of Virginia. The book is actually an hour-by-hour reconstruction of the hunt, with details drawn from court records and rare archival materials.
“Palm Royale” – March 20
Queen of Palms is the story of misfit Maxine Simmons as she fights to join Palm Beach high society in 1969. Apple TV+ describes the series as “a testament to every underdog fighting for their chance to truly belong.”
“Sugar” – April 5
“Sugar” is a unique variant of the Classic private detective. The story tells the story of John Sugar, an American private investigator. He investigates the mysterious disappearance of Olivia Siegel, the beloved granddaughter of legendary Hollywood producer Jonathan Siegel. While trying to unravel the truth behind Olivia's disappearance, Sugar uncovers some long-forgotten family secrets of the Siegel family.
“Girls State” – April 5
“Girls State ” is a documentary film directed by Jesse Moss and Amanda McBain, produced by Davis Guggenheim's Concordia Studios. It follows 500 teenage girls from Missouri as they gather for a week-long program to build a government, run for office, and create a Supreme Court.
The story takes a distinctly female perspective, showcasing teenage insecurities, humor and the desire for true friendship as young leaders win hearts and minds.
“Franklin” – April 12
“Franklin” is a TV series based on Stacy Schiff's book about Benjamin Franklin's journey during the American Revolution. In December 1776, Franklin, already famous for his electrical experiments, went on a secret mission to France to drum up support for American independence. Despite the fact that he is 70 years old and has no diplomatic training, he convinces the monarchy to support the American democratic experiment.
He outwitted spies, informants, and colleagues to create the Franco-American Alliance of 1778 and the peace treaty with England in 1783. This mission is Franklin's most significant contribution to America and is considered the greatest ambassadorial service in American history. /p>
“Dark Matter” – May 8
The Story of The Path Not Taken, “Dark Matter,” follows Jason Dessen, a physicist who is kidnapped into an alternate version of his own life. Dessen must battle a dizzying reality to save himself from the most terrifying enemy he could ever imagine: himself.
“Presumed Innocent” – June 14
“Presumed Innocent” is an eight-episode limited series based on the best-selling book by Scott Turow. The series tells the story of a murder case that rocks the Chicago District Attorney's Office as one of its employees is suspected of the crime. As the accused tries to save his family and marriage, the series touches on themes of obsession, sex, politics, and the power and limits of love.
“Earth women” – summer 2024
“Land of Women” is a story about a woman named Gala who lives in New York. One day her life takes an unexpected turn when her husband becomes involved in financial fraud. As a result, she, her aging mother and student daughter are forced to leave town to protect themselves from criminals to whom her husband is indebted, hiding out in the charming wine town in northern Spain where Gala's mother left 50 years ago, promising never to return.
The women hope to start over in this city and keep their identities a secret. However, soon gossip spreads throughout the small town, revealing their family secrets and the truth.
Previous hits will return to Apple TV+ this year, including:
- “The Reluctant Traveler with Eugene Levy” – March 8.
- Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock – March 29
- Lot – April 3
- Big Door Prize – April 24
- Acapulco ” – May 1
- “Trying” – May 22