For its third year, Apple TV+ has announced a diverse and exciting range of original series and movies coming to the video streaming service this year. 2022 has already begun with new releases on Apple TV+ in January: “Dickinson” season 2, “Losing Alice”, “The Afterparty”, “Servant” season 3, “Wild Things: Siegfried & Roy” podcast, and “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock”.
And for February, Apple TV+ has premiered the new drama series “Suspicion” and will air more original content later on in the month and the year ahead. Head of domestic programming, Apple TV+, Matt Cherniss said:
“In the months ahead, we’ll continue to deliver a diverse range of exceptional shows from the world’s most inventive and creative minds. We can’t wait for audiences all over the world to connect with these incredible, heartwarming and powerful stories just as much as we have.”
All the new movies and series coming to Apple TV+ in 2022
In addition to new original content, Apple TV+ will premiere new seasons of ongoing series. Here is the complete list of every upcoming title premiering on the service this year.
New Apple TV+ original series and movie
Starring Uma Thurman, the new high-paced thriller series will debut on February 4.
The new four-part docuseries explores President Abraham Lincoln’s personality to understand the decisions he made in the unification of America and abolition of slavery during the American Civil War. To analyze the complicated life of Lincoln from a fresh perspective, the series will premiere on February 18.
Directed by Ben Stiller, the new sci-fi workplace thriller series showcases the complexities and consequences of a social experiment to engineer people to keep their work and personal lives separate. Severance will premiere on February 18.
The last days of Ptolemy Grey
Starring Samuel L. Jackson as Ptolemy Grey, the upcoming limited series follows the journey of an ailing man forgotten by all: family, friends, and himself. The series of self-discovery will premiere on March 11.
Starring Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway, “WeCrashed” is based on the popular Wondery podcast “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork,” inspired by actual events and a love story. The anticipated eight-episode series will debut on March 18.
An addition to Apple TV+ international library, Pachinko is a South Korean romantic drama series that tells the story of an unforbidden love. The new series will premiere on March 25.
An adaptation of Mick Herron’s CWA Gold Dagger Award-winning novels, the new series tells the story of a team of British intelligence agents working in M15’s dumping ground department, Slough House. Slow Horses will premiere on April 1.
Starring Nicole Kidman, the new female-driven anthology series is an adaption of a book of short stories by Cecelia Ahern which is a compilation of eight darkly comedic feminist fables touching on subjects like autonomy, gender roles, and identity. Roar will debut on April 15.
The Call Me Magic
All four parts docuseries on two-time NBA Hall of Famer and icon “Earvin Magic Johnson will premiere on April 22.
The new metaphysical drama series starring Elisabeth Moss will debut on April 29 with the first three episodes of the eight-episode season 1, and one new episode will premiere every Friday.
The new bilingual thriller, in Spanish and English, exploring the difference between youthful aspirations and the reality of adulthood will debut on May 20 with the first three episodes of the eight-episodes season 1.
Renewed Apple TV+ original series
Get inspired by the new biographies of the most iconic figures of today’s society in season 2 of Dear premiering on March 4.
The saga of the Mossad agent, Tamar Shervin Alenabi, will continue in season 2 of Tehran which will premiere on May 6.