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What’s new on Apple TV+ this month (June 2024)

Jake Gyllenhaal in Presumed Innocent.

Apple TV+ is packed to the brim with award-winning movies and shows, and much of this praised media is actually original content! While it’s not the cheapest streaming platform anymore ($10 per month), Apple’s trove of titles is well worth the dough. Plus, Apple adds new films and series to its library all the time, and it’s our job to keep up with the service’s latest and greatest. 

So without further ado, here’s everything new and great landing on Apple TV+ for June 2024.

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Our top picks for June

Presumed Innocent (2024)

Presumed Innocent
1 Season
Drama, Crime, Mystery
Jake Gyllenhaal, Ruth Negga, Bill Camp
Created by
David E. Kelley
Watch on Apple TV+

It’s been a minute since the streaming world has seen a solid legal thriller, so we’re glad that Presumed Innocent decided to drop in. The first episodic adaptation of Scott Turow’s 1987 novel of the same name (which was adapted for film in 1990 with Harrison Ford in the lead role), Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Rusty Sabich, a Chicago prosecutor who ends up on the other side of the law when a colleague he was having an affair with turns up dead. The first two episodes premiere on June 12, with one new episode premiering each Wednesday until July 24.

Fancy Dance (2024)

Fancy Dance
Lily Gladstone, Isabel Deroy-Olson, Ryan Begay
Directed by
Erica Tremblay
Watch on Apple TV+
Academy Award-nominated actress Lily Gladstone stars in co-writer/director Erica Tremblay’s feature debut Fancy Dance. Gladstone plays Jax, a woman raising her teenage niece Roki (Isabel DeRoy-Olson) on the Seneca-Cayuga reservation. With a major powwow on the horizon, Jax and Roki hit the road in search of Roki’s missing mother. If they can’t find her, Jax may lose custody to Frank (Eileen‘s Shea Whigham), Roki’s father. The film premieres on Apple TV+ on June 28, following a limited theatrical run on June 21.

Everything new on Apple TV+ in June

June 12

  • Presumed Innocent

June 28

  • Fancy Dance
  • WondLa

Last month’s top picks

Dark Matter (2024)

Dark Matter
1 Season
Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Joel Edgerton, Jennifer Connelly, Alice Braga
Created by
Blake Crouch
Watch on Apple TV+
Apple TV+ is getting another exciting addition to its impressive sci-fi lineup with Dark Matter, an eight-episode series created by Blake Crouch, who also wrote the 2016 novel the show is based on. Starring Joel Edgerton as Chicago physicist Jason Dessen, the story follows Dessen’s pilgrimage through a never-ending vignette of alternate realities. They’re all different versions of his own life, and if he can’t break the spell, the real Jason could be lost forever.

Hollywood Con Queen (2024)

Hollywood Con Queen
1 Season
Watch on Apple TV+
Based on journalist Scott Johnson’s painstaking research for The Hollywood Reporter, Hollywood Con Queen is a new three-part docuseries that chronicles one of the biggest fraud cases in showbiz. Posing as a powerful Hollywood producer, an aliased individual would lure aspiring artists to travel to Indonesia — all under the guise of “the opportunity of a lifetime.” But once the victims’ bank accounts dried up, this glorious “opportunity” just up and vanished. An adaptation of Johnson’s nonfiction novel Hollywood Con Queen: The Hunt for an Evil Genius, the docuseries is produced by Emmy award-winning filmmaker Chris Smith, a documentarian perhaps best known for a little show called Tiger King.

Looking ahead on Apple TV+

Here's What's New in 2024 | Apple TV+

Summer 2024 already has plenty in store for Apple TV+. One new show we’re particularly excited for is Women in Blue. Starring Bárbara Mori, Ximena Sarińana, and Miguel Rodarte, the Spanish-language crime drama follows a group of women who decide to go against the grain by becoming Mexico’s first all-female police force. 

We’re also getting a new Doug Liman (Road House) film called The Instigators. Matt Damon and Casey Affleck star as heist partners on the run from authorities and a ruthless crime boss. Look for it on August 9.

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