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Best Series to Stream on Apple TV+ In August
Apple TV+ is the best performing of all the most excellent streaming platforms. While it’s still new to the business and without a vast catalog of old beloveds behind it, you might find yourself stuck on the couch with a bunch of exciting content from the streamer.That’s why we are here; we’ve watched it all from an excellent source and put together a simple list of the best series to stream on Apple TV+. Whether you’re searching for a general-family show, some good old-school prestige drama, or a thrilling puzzle that will blow your mind, we’ve got you sorted with the spotlight picks on Apple TV+. Let’s get started:
Apple TV+ Acquires a Family Comedy: ‘Amber Brown Season One’
Even without asking, Apple TV+ ensures you get the best, exciting content. The streaming platform's newest, Amber Brown, is general family content, so don't worry about watching it alongside your kids and friends. Paula Danziger's middle-grade book by the same title, with publications in 53 countries with over 10 million copies, is now getting adapted into a Television series following a request by Apple TV+.  Amber Brown is written, produced, created, and directed by Bonnie Hunt, an actress mainly recognized from 2003's Cheaper by the Dozen. 
Five Must-Watch T.V. Series of 2022 So Far!
You can agree that the first half of 2022 has been full of exciting content from several streaming platforms, right! Search Party, The Inventor, Angelyne, Our Flag Means Death, Minx, Pachinko, Slow Horses, Barry, Undone, and Hack are just a few releases. We’ve handpicked a few of these pieces for you for several reasons that will have you siding with us.
Apple TV Plus’s ‘Trying’ Season Three: Plot, Cast, Release Date, Trailer & More Details
Regarding great pieces, Apple TV+ never sleeps on the job. The streamer is here with another installment, Trying, a series telling Jason and Nikki’s challenging parenthood journey.  Parenting is not a child’s job. Several characters struggle to raise their children in the HBO Max’s Close Enough and Children Ruin Everything (ABC). The most recent installment of that genre is Apple TV Plus’ Trying.
Is Apple TV+’s 'Black Bird' Grounded on Real Events?
Summer is typically beautiful, but it’s about to get more adorable with Apple TV Plus’ upcoming accomplishment, Black Bird. The limited series is an adaptation of James Keene’s with Hillel Levin’s true-crime book, “In With the Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption.”One of the many questions ahead of the series premiere is whether it’s grounded on a real story. “Is Black Bird grounded on real events?” Here is everything we know!
Sundance Darling 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' Highlights Apple TV+'s New Movie List
Cha Cha Real Smooth went to streaming for the first time in June 2022, a few months after building hype following its memorable Sundance showing. This feature is from lesser-known indie star Cooper Raiff, who caught attentions at the film festival South By Southwest by writing, directing, and starring in his debut feature-length film, Shithouse (also known as Freshman Year). With Cha Cha Real Smooth, Raiff returns to those same positions again, and the reviews are positive once more. Here's what's going on with Raiff's sophomore feature.
'The Tragedy of Macbeth' Airs on Apple TV+ – Here's When You Can Watch
Telling Shakespeare’s classic story is no easy feat; it’s been done many times before. But director Joel Coen has a long history with Shakespeare adaptations: he also directed O Brother, Where Art Thou? and No Country for Old Men—both of which were adapted from the works of William Shakespeare. His latest adaptation is no less visually stunning than his previous work, so fans of his work will be happy to tune in to watch The Tragedy of Macbeth on Apple TV+.What is the thriller about?Fans of Shakespeare will also be thrilled to know that the two-time Academy Award-winner has been added to the Apple TV+ lineup as well. The film, based on William Shakespeare’s classic play of the same name, stars Denzel Washington as the Scottish nobleman Macbeth and Frances McDormand as Lady Macbeth.The play centers on a power-hungry husband and wife duo who let ambition corrupt them, causing their downfall. The story is one of Shakespeare’s best-known, so it would do well to brush up on the Sparknotes version before you watch (although we wouldn’t blame you for just diving right in).In addition to Washington and McDormand, the film also stars Antony Sher as Banquo and Justin Kirk as Donalbain. It was also co-directed by Ethan Coen—who is responsible for films such as Fargo and No Country For Old Men—and received universal acclaim from critics when it was released in 2000.