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What’s new on Apple TV Plus this month

What's new on Apple TV Plus this month

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AppleTV+ has exciting new content coming this month, including new episodes of “Severance” streaming weekly, plus the highly anticipated TV adaptation of the New York Times bestselling novel “Pachinko” and other shows and terrific movies coming to the platform.


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“The Dropout” isn’t the only limited series about a scandal-ridden startup worth checking out this month. “WeCrashed” explores the rise and fall of a formerly $47 billion brand, WeWork, and the love affair between two of the company’s co-founders. Additionally, Apple TV+ has officially renewed its star-studded mystery show, “The Afterparty,” for a second season.

The streamer also recently announced that when baseball season begins, Apple TV+ will be where fans want to be. Apple and Major League Baseball are teaming up to bring Friday Night Baseball subscribers a weekly double-header with pre-game and post-game programming. Subscribers will also have access to “branded games” without streaming restrictions from any Apple TV device.

How much does Apple TV+ cost?

AppleTV+ is available for $5 per month, or free for three months when you purchase an eligible Apple device. New subscribers can try Apple TV+ free for seven days.

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For even more recommendations, be sure to check out our guides to everything new on Prime Video, what’s new on Hulu and the best tv and movies to stream this week. If you’re looking for a family list of new titles to stream on your next family movie night, check out the CBS Essentials Family Streaming Guide. And if you haven’t subscribed to one of these streaming video sites yet, you can check out our guide to learn which streaming service is right for you. Here’s what’s new on Apple TV+ this month.

Here’s what’s new on Apple TV+ in March 2022

March promises to be a star-studded month on Apple TV+ – new series and episodes debut featuring Anne Hathaway, Jared Leto, Youn Yuh Jung, Lee Minho, Adam Scott, Patricia Arquette, Christopher Walken and more.

WeCrashed (March 18)

WeCrashed (March 18)

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Adapted from the “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork” podcast, this new limited series stars Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto. They play WeWork co-founders Rebekah and Adam Neuman, alongside a cast that includes OT Fagbenle, Kyle Marvin and America Ferrera. WeWork went from a one-off coworking space to a $47 billion brand in less than a decade, and then its value plummeted. Across eight episodes, this limited drama series will examine what really happened at WeWork, from its inception to its crash.

“WeCrashed,” airing March 18


Pachinko (March 25)

Pachinko (March 25)

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An adaptation of a New York Times bestselling novel, “Pachinko,” is on the way. The international drama series, told in three languages ​​– Korean, Japanese and English – follows a Korean immigrant family through four generations, exploring their hopes and dreams and each person’s quest to make them come true. The epic family saga stars Oscar winner Youn Yuh Jung, Korean superstar Lee Minho, Soji Arai, Jin Ha, Inji Jeong, Minha Kim and many more. “Pachinko” is released on March 25.

“Pachinko”, broadcast on March 25


Severance (new episodes released weekly)

Severance (new episodes released weekly)

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Directed by Adam Scott of “Parks and Recreation,” “Severance” is an exciting new series that follows a group of office workers who choose to undergo surgery that separates professional and personal memories, causing them to live two lives. distinct. When a former colleague approaches one of the employees outside the office, a man begins to wonder what he signed up for. Patricia Arquette, Christopher Walken and Dichen Lachman star alongside Scott in this disturbing drama.

“Severance”, now streaming on Apple TV+


New to Apple TV+ in March:


3rd of March

The Trouble with Jon Stewart (Season 2)

March 4
Central Park (second half of season 2)
Expensive…

March 11
The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray
The Snoopy Show (season 2)

March 18
We crashed

March 25
Pachinko

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The best shows on Apple TV+ right now

If you’re new to Apple TV+, the following exclusive series are not to be missed.

Ted Lasso

Ted Lasso

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“Ted Lasso” follows a kind-hearted American football coach, played by Jason Sudeikis, as he crosses the pond to tackle professional football. With his ultra-contagious optimism and relentlessly warm presence, Lasso is slowly but surely melting the hearts of his new team of outwardly gruff British footballers and their emotionally closed owner, one homemade cookie at a time.

“Ted Lasso”, now airing


The morning show

The morning show

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“The Morning Show” captures a dramatic fictional inside look at the high-stakes lives of the personalities who wake America up every morning. When anchorwoman Alex Levy’s colleague is fired in response to allegations of sexual misconduct, she must fight to keep her job and her reputation as a top journalist. “The Morning Show” stars Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell and more.

“The Morning Show”, now airing


Servant

Servant

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This psychological horror series, produced by M. Night Shyamalan, follows Dorothy and Sean, a wealthy couple going through deep trauma after the loss of their 13-week-old child, Jericho. They hire a nanny, Leanne, shortly after Jericho’s death to care for the extremely lifelike doll that Dorothy has come to believe is Jericho. Sean is suspicious of Leanne, a devout nun, who does not hesitate to treat the doll like Jericho. Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free and Rupert Grint star in this dark and twisted series. The third season of “Servant” is now streaming.

“Servant”, now streaming


The best TV offers of the moment

If you prefer to give up the cineplex in favor of stream the best new movies at home, it might be time to upgrade your home theater. Keep reading to find the best deals on TVs, antennas, TV stands and more.

Samsung 58″ Class 4K UHD Crystal LED Smart TV with HDR: $478

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This Samsung 58-inch 4K LED Smart TV has a processor that can upscale your favorite HD shows and streams.

Samsung 58″ Class 4K Crystal UHD LED Smart TV with HDR, $478 (usually $600)


Roku+ Streaming Stick

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The Roku+ streaming stick has a long range wireless receiver and allows Bluetooth streaming. It also includes all the features of the Roku Express 4K+ in a smaller, more concealable device. Instead of connecting to a TV via wires, it connects directly to an HDMI port. Note that the Roku Streaming Stick+ must always be connected to a power source, either via a USB TV input or a wall outlet.

“It doesn’t have the same bells and whistles as my Roku Ultras…but then again, I paid almost twice as much for those as well,” critic K. Krueger says. “This Stick+ is much cheaper and offers essentially the same user interface and playback performance.”

Roku Streaming Stick+, $35 (reduced from $45)


55″ JVC 4K Roku Smart TV: $298 [WALMART+ EXCLUSIVE]

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Looking for a TV with Roku built in? Though he may miss the bells and whistles of fantasy OLED and QLED TV models, this 55-inch smart 4K TV from JVC certainly has a selling price: just $298. It’s a low-budget TV for a kid’s room.

Note: This offer is limited to Walmart+ Members only.

55″ JVC 4K Roku Smart TV, $298 (usually $428)


Charmma TV cabinet

Charmma TV cabinet

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This affordable TV cabinet from Wal-Mart, reminiscent of a popular Ikea find, has three pull-out drawers for storage. This white TV stand measures 47.2 inches long by 13.4 inches wide and offers a clean, modern look.

(For more options, see our favorite TV cabinets that you can buy online.)

Charmma TV stand, $171


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