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Apple TV+ 2021 release dates: Every movie and show

From Charlie Brown to Isaac Asimov, there's a lot to look forward to on Apple TV+.

Apple TV+ is expanding its original lineup in 2021. Here's every new show and movie premiering this year, with a focus on our favorite sci-fi, fantasy, and animation.

Dickinson, Season 2 (January 8)

Hailee Steinfeld stars as Emily Dickinson in this fictional coming-of-age comedy about the renowned poet.

Servant, Season 2 (January 15)

This dark thriller from M. Night Shyamalan follows a couple whose grief after their child's death leads them to increasingly disturbing coping mechanisms involving a realistic doll.

Losing Alice, Season 1 (January 22)

A successful but creatively lost director becomes obsessed with a younger screenwriter she meets by chance in this psychological thriller.

Palmer (January 29)

Justin Timberlake plays former high school football star returns home after 12 years in prison and begins to put his life back together after he's forced to care for his neighbor's 7-year-old son.

The Snoopy Show, Season 1 (February 5)

This animated series adapts the classic Peanuts comic strip for a new audience.

For All Mankind, Season 2 (February 19)

From sci-fi legend Ronald Moore, For All Mankind's second season continues the story of Cold War tension and outright conflict centered on the moon.

Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry (February 26)

This documentary charts teenage musician Billie Eilish's rapid rise to fame.

Cherry (March 12)

After returning home from the Iraq war, Walker (Tom Holland) battles PTSD and drug addiction, turning to crime to fund his habit. Directed by the Russo Brothers (Avengers: Endgame).

Central Park, Season 2 (TBD)

This animated musical comedy from the creator of Bob's Burgers follows the quirky Tillerman family, who live in Central Park.

Foundation, Season 1 (TBD)

An adaptation of Isaac Asimov's trilogy of sci-fi novels, Foundation follows a group of scientists fighting to stop a new dark age.

Home Before Dark, Season 2 (TBD)

Home Before Dark sees a young girl become an amateur investigative journalist to uncover a long-buried mystery after moving to her father's home town.

Lisey’s Story (TBD)

Lisey's Story adapts a Stephen King novel about Lisey Landon, the widow of an author, who faces down a stalker obsessed with her late husband's work. It's produced by J.J. Abrams and stars Julianne Moore.

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Mosquito Coast, Season 1 (TBD)

Based on the novel by Paul Theroux, and starring his nephew Justin, Mosquito Coast tells the story of an inventor who moves his family to Central America for a better life.

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Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, Season 2 (TBD)

From It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney, Mythic Quest follows a major video game studio and its eccentric creator, played by McElhenney.

Pachinko, Season 1 (TBD)

Starring Lee Min-ho, Pachinko adapts a novel telling the sweeping story of a Korean family across four generations and three countries.

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Schmigadoon!, Season 1 (TBD)

Starring Keegan-Michael Key, this series borrows its plot from Brigadoon, putting its lead characters in the middle of a town that lives as if it's in a musical.

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Severance, Season 1 (TBD)

This sci-fi thriller stars Adam Scott as an employee at Lumen Industries, which separates its workers' memories of work from the rest of their lives.

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Ted Lasso, Season 2 (TBD)

Jason Sudekis plays Ted Lasso, an American college football coach who's put in charge of an English Premier League soccer team.

The Morning Show, Season 2 (TBD)

This workplace drama follows Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell as hosts of a high-pressure morning news show.

Truth Be Told, Season 2 (TBD)

A true-crime podcast host revisits the case that made her famous and finds that she may have helped put an innocent man in jail. Starring Octavia Spencer.

Trying, Season 2 (TBD)

Quirky couple Nikki and Jason try to win over an adoption panel when they decide to have a baby but find they can't conceive.

The Velvet Underground (TBD)

This documentary combines interviews and never-before-seen footage to tell the story of the ultra-influential band The Velvet Underground.

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