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Based on the trilogy by famed science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, the source material is responsible for influencing Star Wars and many other sci-fi works. Jared Harris and Lee Pace have been cast in the series which follows the saga of The Foundation who are a band of exiled individuals who learn that the only way to save the Galactic Empire is to defy it.
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Apple has given the green light to this drama series from Luther‘s Neil Cross, according to Deadline. The project will star Justin Theroux and is inspired by the 1981 novel by Justin’s uncle, Paul Theroux and follows the story of man who flips his family’s life upside down when he has them move to Latin America.
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This drama series set to star by Sons of Anarchy alum Charlie Hunnam explores love, forgiveness, redemption and more, according to Deadline. Set in Australia and India, the story — which is based on Gregory David Roberts’ best-selling novel — follows a man named Lin (Hunnam) who runs from Australian prison to find refuge in the slums of Bombay.
Untitled Mental Health Series
Shortly after Oprah revealed that she was working on a couple different projects for Apple TV+, Prince Harry shared that he’s a co-creator and executive producer of an untitled mental health series with Winfrey. In an statement made via the Duke of Sussex’s official Instagram page, the prince said, “I truly believe that good mental health — mental fitness — is the key to powerful leadership, productive communities and a purpose-driven self… Our hope is that this series will be positive, enlightening and inclusive — sharing global stories of unparalleled human spirit fighting back from the darkest places, and the opportunity for us to understand ourselves and those around us better. I am incredibly proud to be working alongside Oprah on this vital series.”
This eight-episode limited series from writer and executive producer Stephen King is set to star Oscar winner Julianne Moore according to Deadline. The show hailing from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions is a thriller that follows Moore’s Lisey two years after the death of her husband.
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This TV adaptation of the 1981 fantasy film has tapped What We Do in the Shadows‘ Taika Waititi as a director and writer according to Deadline. The series will follow Kevin — an 11-year-old history enthusiast — who discovers a time-traveling portal in his bedroom.
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Untitled CIA Drama Series
Captain Marvel‘s Brie Larson is set to headline a new CIA drama that received a series order from Apple according to Deadline. The show will be a female-focused story which draws upon the upcoming memoir recounting the real-life experiences of author and CIA undercover operative Amaryllis Fox.
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It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia‘s Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney are teaming up once again for a half-hour scripted comedy about a video game development studio. The show will star McElhenney and according to Deadline has cast fellow It’s Always Sunny alum David Hornsby alongside F. Murray Abraham, Imani Hakim, Danny Pudy, Ashly Burch, Charlotte Nicdao, and Jessie Ennis.
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My Glory Was I Had Such Friends
The limited drama series has received a straight-to-series order and will star Jennifer Garner who will reunite with former Alias collaborator J.J. Abrams as he’ll be executive producing the show alongside the actress according to The Hollywood Reporter. Based on the 2017 memoir by Amy Silverstein, the show will highlight the power of friendship that she experienced as she waited for a heart transplant.
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Untitled Drama Based on the Israeli Series Bastards
In the untitled drama from Homeland writer Howard Gordon, Gere is reportedly set to star in the 8-episode series about two Vietnam vets who have their lives turned upside down when a woman they both loved during that time dies. Mixed with their regrets and disdain for today’s generation their story unravels into tragic events. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Law & Order: SVU‘s Warren Leight will serve as showrunner.
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Based on William Landay’s novel of the same name, Defending Jacob, starring executive producer Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery and Jaeden Martell, is a crime drama about a District Attorney investigating the case of a 14-year-old boy’s murder. Unfortunately, he soon discovers his son is a suspect. The project is being adapted by Planet of the Apes‘ Mark Bomback and will be an 8-episode limited series revealed The Hollywood Reporter.
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Home Before Dark
The Florida Project‘s young starlet Brooklynn Prince will headline this upcoming mystery drama alongside newly announced costar Jim Sturgess. The series tells the true story of a young investigative reporter named Hilde Lysiak who uncovers a murder in her small town. This will be Prince’s first TV role, and she’ll work with Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu, who is executive producing and directing the 10-episode project. The news was broken via Deadline.
Game of Thrones alum, Jason Momoa, has signed on to headline the new drama series. The Aquaman star will play Baba Voss, a warrior, guardian, and leader. Written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, this future-set drama will also feature The Hunger Games franchise’s Francis Lawrence as a director.
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In this anthology series from Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, real-life stories of immigration inspire the material of this 8-episode series order.
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A reboot of the ’80s series co-created by Steven Spielberg, Amazing Stories is a sci-fi anthology series that will be executive produced by the famed director.
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Truth Be Told
Starring Octavia Spencer, Lizzy Caplan, Aaron Paul, Elizabeth Perkins, Ron Cephas Jones, Mekhi Phifer, Michael Beach, Tracie Thoms, and Haneefa Wood and produced by Reese Witherspoon, this drama — based on a book with the same title — shows viewers what obsession with true crime can do to people. Brett Cullan, Billy Miller, and Hunter Doohan will all play recurring roles on the series.
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Untitled Drama Series
Written and directed by visionary Damien Chazelle (La La Land), the plot of the drama series is still relatively under wraps but was picked up to series by Apple.
The 10-episode, half-hour series was created by Tony Basgallop and will be executive produced by him and M. Night Shyamalan (Split, The Sixth Sense) who will also direct the first episode. Rupert Grint has been cast in a supporting role.
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This comedy series follows famed poet Emily Dickinson, who will be played by Oscar-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld.
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Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Television will produce this series based on famed basketball player Kevin Durant.
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The Morning Show
Former on-screen sisters, Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon reunite in this series following the drama behind the scenes of a morning show a-la-Today or Good Morning America. It has since been announced that Steve Carell will also join the series along with Billy Crudup and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
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A musical romantic dramedy, Little Voice is a series that will be brought to viewers by J.J. Abrams, Sara Bareilles and her Waitress musical collaborator, Jessie Nelson.
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Untitled Comedy Series
Kristen Wiig who was set to return to TV has dropped out of this comedy based on the short story collection, “You Think It, I’ll Say It,” by Curtis Sittenfeld. It’ll be executive produced by Reese Witherspoon, and a new lead is being sought out.
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For All Man Kind
Created and written by Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica, Outlander), the space drama explores what life would be like today if the global space race had continued. The series stars Hanna‘s Joel Kinnaman.
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Produced by Altimeter Films’ Matt Tyrnauer and Corey Reeser, this docuseries takes viewers inside some of the world’s most extraordinary homes, and introduces viewers to the people responsible for building them.
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The animated comedy series is a project by Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard.
For nearly a year, announcements about Apple shows have been made nearly every month, with over 20 new series slated to debut via the streaming network in 2019 and 2020. Apple TV+ will be home to a slew of programming from all different kinds of A-list talent.
To keep it all straight, we've gathered all of the original shows expected to premiere on Apple, whether they're titled or not — and many are not. But with big names like Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon, Octavia Spencer, M. Night Shyamalan, Sara Bareilles, and more attached, these projects are shaping up to be something special.
Click through the gallery above to learn more about the series coming to viewers soon.