TV Series and movies coming to Apple TV+ in April 2024

TV Series and movies coming to Apple TV+ in April 2024

In April, the streaming platform will release new series starring big names, including Michael Douglas' "Franklin" and "Sugar" with Colin Farrell, and the other big premieres will be the new seasons of comedy shows "Loot" and "The Big Door Prize". Here you will find all April releases on Apple TV+.

Unlike Netflix, Amazon Prime or HBO Max, Apple TV+ does not release many premieres each month, but they are usually Apple's own productions and are of excellent quality. 

April 2024 premieres on Apple TV+

Loot - Season 2

Release Date: April 3.

After divorcing her millionaire husband, the main protagonist of the series "Loot", 45-year-old Molly Wells, becomes one of the richest women in America. In season two, she decides to focus entirely on running her charity, but the sudden appearance of her old friend Isaac may disrupt her plans.

Number of episodes: 10.

Country: United States.

Creators: Alan Yang, Matt Hubbard.

Cast: Maya Rudolph, Adam Scott, Joel Kim Booster, O-T Fagbenle, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, and others.

Sugar

Release Date: April 5.

April begins on Apple TV+ with a big premiere - this is the new crime series "Sugar" written by Mark Protosevich and starring the magnificent Colin Farrell. He plays a Los Angeles private detective named John Sugar, who is investigating the disappearance of the granddaughter of famous Hollywood producer Jonathan Siegel. The more he manages to unravel the circumstances of this case, the more secrets of the Siegel family come to light. This detective story was directed by Fernando Meirelles ("City of God," "Two Popes") from the script of Mark Protosevich, famous as the author of deep psychological crime dramas.

Number of episodes: 8.

Country: United States.

Director: Fernando Meirelles.

Cast: Colin Farrell, Kirby, Amy Ryan, Dennis Boutsikaris, Nate Corddry, Alex Hernandez, and James Cromwell, Anna Gunn and Sydney Chandler, and others.

Girls State

Release Date: April 5.

Imagine that in the United States, instead of mature senators and congressmen, teenage girls are involved in politics. This is exactly the unexpected experiment being carried out by Amanda McBain and Jesse Moss, the authors of the documentary "Girls State", which will appear on the platform on April 5. The film chronicles an experiment involving 500 ambitious young women from Missouri. This is a serious and at the same time funny exploration of the state of mind of American society at a time of extreme polarization and crisis of traditional parties.

Country: United States.

Directors: Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss (II).

Franklin

Release Date: March 8

"Franklin", an 8-episode biographical drama produced and starring Michael Douglas, focuses on the life of this founding father of the United States and the historical moment when its independence was at stake in a great political game. In December 1776, Benjamin Franklin received a secret mission to go to France to negotiate an American-French alliance in the war with Great Britain. Despite British intrigues and opposition among American leaders, he manages to convince the French king to support the nascent North American democracy. "Franklin" is based on Stacy Schiff's book, "A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America".

Number of episodes: 8 episodes

Country: United States.

Cast: Noah Jupe, Michael Douglas, Thibault de Montalembert, Daniel Mays, Ludivine Sagnier, Eddie Marsan, Assaad Bouab, Jeanne Balibar, Theodore Pellerin.

The Big Door Prize - Season 2

Release Date: April 24.

The popular comedy show "The Big Door Prize", based on the novel by M.O. Walsh, is back for a second season. A magic machine fulfils the wishes of the small town's residents and causes unpredictable consequences. Like the documentary film "Girls State", this series reflects in an allegorical form on the way of life and values of modern society. The new season has 10 episodes and stars Chris O'Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis and Ally Mackie, among others.

Number of episodes: 10 episodes.

Country: United States.

Creator: David West Read.

Cast: Chris O'Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis and Ally Mackie, and others.

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