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What’s new on Apple TV+ this month (September 2023)

Apple TV+ is a streaming platform that never rests, especially when it comes to showcasing new original movies and shows. Fall 2023 is shaping up to be an exciting time for the busy streamer, with a new horror-fantasy series called The Changeling (starring LaKeith Stanfield) coming to our TV screens, along with a new run of The Morning Show episodes. Here’s everything we’re looking forward to for September 2023, as well as a glimpse of what’s to come further down the line.

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Our top picks for September

The Changeling (2023)

The Changeling
tv-ma 1 Season
Genre Drama, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Lakeith Stanfield, Clark Backo, Adina Porter
Created by Kelly Marcel

Based on the 2017 Victor LaValle novel of the same name, The Changeling stars LaKeith Stanfield as Apollo Kagwa, a used book dealer and new father. Life is about as good as it gets, and Apollo is loving each and every moment as a first-time parent, but it seems his wife, Emma (Clark Backo), is exhibiting signs of postpartum depression.

As Apollo does his best to tend to his spouse and child, the former does something terrible and then vanishes. With no time to lose, Apollo embarks on a search-and-rescue quest for Emma, as a world of horrors begins unfolding around him. The first three episodes of The Changeling premiere September 8, with one additional episode dropping each Friday until October 13.

The Morning Show (2019)

The Morning Show
tv-ma 3 Seasons
Genre Drama
Cast Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Billy Crudup
Created by Jay Carson
The Morning Show has been a go-to Apple TV+ series since it debuted in 2020, and now we’re getting an all-new season! With the first two episodes premiering September 13, the third season is set to take place after the pandemic. Co-anchors Alexandra Levy (Jennifer Aniston) and Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon) are forced to fight harder for their jobs than ever before as the fictional UBA network faces a major financial hurdle. This time around, Jon Hamm joins the cast as Paul Marks, an investor who may be able to fund the station back to health. After September 13, one new episode will premiere every Wednesday until November 8. 

Everything new on Apple TV+ in September

September 8

  • The Changeling

September 13

  • The Morning Show (Season 2) 

September 29

  • Flora and Son

Last month’s top picks

Physical (2021)

tv-ma 3 Seasons
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Rose Byrne, Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel
Created by Annie Weisman
The third and final season of Physical lands on Apple TV+ this month, and the Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids) vehicle looks to go out in a blaze of glory. Picking up where the previous season left off, aerobics instructor Sheila Rubin (Byrne) is on the steadfast path to recovery, and her workout program is gaining worldwide acclaim. But a new foe waits in the wings: one Kelly Kilmartin, played by Zooey Deschanel. Looking to expand her own brand, Kilmartin’s foray into the world of fitness presents serious challenges for Sheila. The 10-episode final season premiered August 2.

Invasion (2021)

tv-ma 2 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama
Cast Golshifteh Farahani, Shioli Kutsuna, Shamier Anderson
Created by Simon Kinberg, David Weil
Invasion takes a very familiar kind of story (extraterrestrials attempting to harvest our planet) and bends the narrative lens in multiple directions. Focusing on several character perspectives across different continents, the first season of the show delivered a mesmerizing blend of epic set pieces, balanced by plenty of raw human emotion. Now fans of the Simon Kinberg/David Weil series are getting a whole new chapter with the release of the show’s second season later this month. Golshifteh Farahani, Shamir Anderson, Shioli Kutsuna, and Billy Barratt will all be reprising their first-season roles, but the writers are set to introduce a whole new lineup of characters. We may also get a little more information about the omnipotent aliens and their plans for humanity. The second season of Invasion hit Apple TV+ on August 23.

Looking ahead on Apple TV+

John le Carré may best be known as the author of novels like Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The Constant Gardener (both of which received cinematic adaptations), but beyond the printed page, the Englishman was also a decorated espionage operative, serving the UK’s MI5 and MI6 during the Cold War.

Now for the first time, audiences will be able to get a glimpse at the life and times of the late David Cornwell (le Carré’s legal name) through the inspired lens of acclaimed filmmaker Errol Morris. The film is The Pigeon Tunnel, and it lands on Apple TV+ on October 20. We’re also eagerly awaiting the platform premiere of Martin Scorsese’s latest epic, Killers of the Flower Moon, which you’ll be able to see in theaters this October. 

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