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Everything Coming to Apple TV+ in June 2024 FSalinks

Every month, Apple TV+ continues to deliver quality films and television shows to its subscribers. The list of titles set to hit the streaming service next month is no different, which means viewers should undoubtedly be excited about what’s to come. The platform might not have the extensive catalog offered by other services, but that does not imply it’s lacking in any way. With the summer heat rising outside, viewers will likely stay glued to their couches, given what will be available in the coming weeks.




Time and again, Apple TV+ has proven itself to be quite the contender when it comes to streaming content. From dramatic legal television thrillers to critically acclaimed feature films, the platform’s June offerings are bound to enthrall prospective viewers for hours. Whether audiences want to laugh or cry, the streaming service has something to suit any mood next month.


Presumed Innocent (Limited Series)

Stream on June 12

Based on the 1987 novel of the same name by Scott Turow, Presumed Innocent is a legal thriller that follows chief deputy prosecutor Rusty Sabich (Jake Gyllenhaal), whose affair with his colleague, Carolyn (Renate Reinsve), makes him the prime suspect when she’s murdered. A family man with a wife and two children, Rusty struggles to hold it all together in the wake of his suspicion and imminent arrest.


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As those closest to him begin to question his innocence, it seems more and more likely he might have perpetrated the crime after all. However, when the details of the murder begin to unfold, he realizes they resemble one of his previous cases, which means he could have put an innocent man in prison years prior. The series explores the convergence of sex and politics, as well as the power of love and its limitations. The show also stars Ruth Negga, Bill Camp, Elizabeth Marvel, Peter Sarsgaard, O-T Fagbenle, and Renate Reinsve. Presumed Innocent is streaming on Apple TV+ on June 12.


Bread & Roses (Documentary)

Stream on June 21

Bread & Roses is a documentary that follows three Afghan women after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban in 2021 and examines the impact it had on women’s rights and their livelihoods. The film debuted at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival and was a Cannes Golden Eye nominee after garnering critical acclaim. Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Sahra Mani, Bread & Roses captures the strength, spirit, and resilience of Afghan women by displaying the harrowing pitfalls of their plight as they attempt to recover their autonomy. Bread & Roses is streaming on Apple TV+ on June 21.


Land of Women (Limited Series)

Stream on June 26

Land of Women is a comedic drama about a woman named Gala (Eva Longoria), a New York mother with a college-age daughter who is forced to flee her home following her husband’s financial improprieties. Along with her mother, Julia (Carmen Maura), and daughter, Kate (Victoria Bazua), Gala escapes to a town in northern Spain, the same place her mother vowed never to return to 50 years prior.

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In an effort to hide from the dangerous criminals responsible for her husband’s disappearance, Gala and her family obtain new identities in the small town and do their best to start anew. However, gossip in such a small town spreads quickly, threatening to unravel the family’s deepest secrets and exposing them to the wrong people. Land of Women is streaming on Apple TV+ on June 26.

Fancy Dance (Film)

Stream on June 28

Fancy Dance is a coming-of-age story and an Apple Original film that follows Jax (Lily Gladstone), a Native American hustler living on the Seneca–Cayuga Nation Reservation. Following the disappearance of her sister, Wadatawi, Jax takes custody of her teenage niece, Roki (Isabel DeRoy-Olson). When she’s not devoting time to finding her sister, Jax is helping Roki prepare for an upcoming powwow they both hope Wadatawi won’t miss.


However, when Roki’s white father, Frank (Shea Whigham), and his parents threaten to split them up, Jax kidnaps her from her grandparents’ home. To maintain what’s left of their family, Roki’s mother, and their Native American roots, the pair set out on a road trip to the state’s powwow. Fancy Dance is streaming on Apple TV+ on June 28.

WondLa (Season 1)

Stream on June 28


WondLa is a family-friendly animated series about a girl named Eva Nine (Jeanine Mason), a curious and spirited teenager. Raised in a state-of-the-art underground bunker by a robot named Muthr (Teri Hatcher), her world is turned upside down when the sanctuary is attacked on the day of her 16th birthday. Forced to flee the only home she’s ever known, Eva must navigate Earth’s surface, which is nothing like she expected it to be.

No longer known as Earth, the planet is now called Orbona, and the place is inhabited by aliens covered in strange fauna. To make matters worse, there are seemingly no other humans anywhere to be found. As Eva does her best to figure out where she belongs, she and Muthr encounter a giant water bear named Otto (Brad Garrett) and a cantankerous alien with a troubled past named Rovender (Gary Anthony Williams). Together, they embark on a journey to find Eva’s home and true destiny. WondLa is streaming on Apple TV+ on June 28.


Apple TV+ Project

Streaming Date

Presumed Innocent

June 12

Bread & Roses

June 21

Land of Women

June 26

Fancy Dance

June 28

WondLa

June 28

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