While it might not be as popular as some of the other streaming platforms available right now, Apple TV+ has certainly gone from strength to strength since its debut in 2019. Sure, it doesn’t carry the breadth of titles as its competitors in Netflix and Binge, but what it lacks it makes up for in brilliant Apple Originals that are worthy of every minute of your attention.

As such, ICON has rounded up all the exciting new Apple TV+ series and films coming to the streaming platform this year. From dark thrillers and true-story accounts to award-winning comedies and heartfelt dramas, Apple TV+ has it all.

Here’s what to look out for…

The Reluctant Traveller

After watching the first two episodes of this eight-part travel docu-series, it’s clear that award-winning actor Eugene Levy is a creature of habit… until he’s not. In this new travel series that sort of touches on the format made famous by An Idiot Abroad, Levy (reluctantly) visits some of the world’s most beautiful, remote locations in Costa Rica, Finland, Italy, Japan, Maldives, Portugal, South Africa and the United States, exploring remarkable hotels and the places and cultures surrounding them.

Release date: February 2023


This high-stakes, contemporary thriller stars Vincent Cassel and Eva Green, two former agents — and long-lost lovers — whose mistakes of the past have the potential to destroy the future of mankind. This Bourne-esque thriller combines action with an unpredictable, multilayered plot that touches on international espionage, politics and passionate love.

Release date: February 2023


This 8-part sci-fi/drama introduces a very real world that is falling apart due to the chaotic effects of climate change. It highlights the way its effects have become embedded into the everyday lives of individuals, in particular, eight individuals who have interwoven stories about love, work, faith and family and the life-altering choices they must make to survive. The all-star cast includes the likes of Meryl Streep, Forest Whitaker, Kit Harington, Matthew Rhys, Sienna Miller, Toby McGuire, Murray Bartlett, Heather Graham, and many more.


“It was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen. I played for 5 minutes, [and] I still see falling blocks in my dreams… it’s poetry. Art and math all working in magical synchronicity… it’s…it’s the perfect game.”

Based on a true story, you might have guessed from its title that Tetris is all about how one of the world’s first video games was discovered (and subsequently made). It follows American video game salesman Henk Rogers (Taron Egerton) and his discovery of TETRIS in 1988. but when he sets out to bring the game to the world, he enters a dangerous web of lies and corruption behind the Iron Curtain.

Release date: 15 March

The Last Thing He Told Me

Based on Laura Dave’s New York Times best-selling, novel, The Last Thing He Told Me follows newlywed Hannah (Jennifer Garner), a woman who forms an unexpected relationship with her 16-year-old step-daughter while searching for the truth behind her husband’s mysterious disappearance – and subsequently, discovers her husband’s entire identity could be a lie.

Release date: April 2023

Apple TV+ 2023

Killers of the Flower Moon 

Undoubtedly one of the biggest releases to come in 2023 is Martin Scorsese’s upcoming American Western crime drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Brendan Fraser. Based on David Grann’s best-selling novel, “Killers of the Flower Moon”, the film documents the true events of the ‘Reign of Terror’. Set in 1920s Oklahoma, the drama depicts the serial murder of members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation that sparked a major F.B.I. investigation involving J. Edgar Hoover.

Release date: May 2023


Swagger explores the world of youth basketball and its players, families and coaches who walk the fine line between dreams and ambition, opportunism and corruption. Loosely based on the true events of NBA superstar Kevin Durant and his experiences rising the ranks of youth basketball to the NBA, the show reveals what it’s like to grow up in America as a disproportioned individual but still have a dream.

Release date: June 2023