Apple TV+ teases its winter and 2023 slate of programming

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Apple TV+ has released a one-minute teaser showing its programming lineup for the next few months -- and there are a few surprises.




A sizzle reel is a promotional video consisting of extremely short clips from a great many series. Its aim is to promote a studio or a network, more than any particular series.

This sizzle reel is called "Apple TV+: Winter 2022 & Beyond," and it leads off with a quote from Entertainment magazine. "Apple TV+ consistently produces some of the best entertainment of the modern era," says the magazine.






Apple's video then lists known hits, such as Emmy-winning "Ted Lasso" and Oscar-winning "CODA," before announcing "and the best is yet to come."

The 58-second-long sizzle reel includes around 35 clips and ends with a list of 23 series or films. The shows already screening, launching shortly, or having had previous seasons but returning for more, are:


The Afterparty
Causeway
Emancipation (December 9, 2022)
Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me
Sharper (February 17, 2023)
Shrinking (January 27, 2023)
Spirited
Swagger
Ted Lasso


Then the shows and films either yet to have a streaming date, or in some cases not even previously announced are:

  • Argylle

  • The Big Door Prize

  • Dear Edward

  • Extrapolations

  • Ghosted

  • Hello Tomorrow!

  • The Last Thing He Told Me

  • Masters of the Air

  • My Kind of Country

  • Napoleon

  • Platonic

  • Spellbound

  • Tetris

  • Wool

Many of these series and films already have placeholders in the Apple TV+ app, but with few details beyond "Coming at a later date."

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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 9
    JP234JP234 Posts: 793member
    Wonder what happened to my family's two faves: Foundation & Home Before Dark?
    watto_cobraJaiOh81
  • Reply 2 of 9
    Is it not showing on AppleTV? I don’t see anything with this title on the menu. There is “Enjoy a Special Look” (future releases). Could that be it?

    never mind, just checked, it is. 
    edited December 2022 williamlondonwatto_cobra
  • Reply 3 of 9
    lkrupplkrupp Posts: 10,341member
    JP234 said:
    Wonder what happened to my family's two faves: Foundation & Home Before Dark?
    Many times it’s too long between seasons and you start to forget. I’ve been patiently waiting for Foundation season 2 on Apple TV+ as well as Picard season 3 on Paramount+
  • Reply 4 of 9
    No Foundation?! How lame!

    Apple should buy the rights to The Expanse and continue that series since Amazon dropped it!
    edited December 2022 tenthousandthingsentropysCluntBaby92
  • Reply 5 of 9
    tmaytmay Posts: 5,825member
    JP234 said:
    Wonder what happened to my family's two faves: Foundation & Home Before Dark?
    "Home Before Dark" ended after three seasons, with a plausible finale.

    Foundation Season two doesn't yet have a release date.


    JP234muthuk_vanalingamlolliver
  • Reply 6 of 9
    JP234JP234 Posts: 793member
    tmay said:
    JP234 said:
    Wonder what happened to my family's two faves: Foundation & Home Before Dark?
    "Home Before Dark" ended after three seasons, with a plausible finale.

    Foundation Season two doesn't yet have a release date.


    Home Before Dark concluded the season, but left a cliffhanger in S3, just like S2. But then, so do many shows that get the axe.
    I've read recently that Foundation S2 filming is still underway as of Nov. 30. Can't wait.
  • Reply 7 of 9
    entropysentropys Posts: 3,793member
    No Foundation?! How lame!

    Apple should buy the rights to The Expanse and continue that series since Amazon dropped it!
    I think the expanse has reached an appropriate end. Americans tend to let shows go for too long, until it depends into tedium.
    The Expanse is awesome btw.
    Tv series I would like to see: Horatio Hornblower or a Jack Aubrey series would be great;

    SF Tv series I would like to see: The Moon is a harsh mistress (or maybe a more modern version like  the Pillars of the Earth); Darwin’s radio; Bridgers; Stark’s War; Old Man’s War.

    Especially the last three would work as a series. Bridgers would be episodic, Starks war three series; Old Mans War either three or six movie length stories. Unfortunately I doubt such stories would be on the Apple menu.





    edited December 2022
  • Reply 8 of 9
    entropysentropys Posts: 3,793member
    Ted Lasso might be the only reason to sign back up tbh.
  • Reply 9 of 9
    macguimacgui Posts: 2,260member
    I can't wait to see that ATV+ documentary about sock collections around the world.
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