Apple Tv+ Original Upcoming Web Series in April, May, June 2020

This year Apple propelled Apple Tv+, their gushing help, with a grip of unique series, for example, the dystopian dramatization See, featuring Jason Momoa, M Night Shyamalan’s suspenseful thrill ride Servant, and Truth Be Told a genuine wrongdoing show highlighting Octavia Spencer. This is what you can anticipate in 2020. The rundown will be updated as new shows are reported.

Apple Tv+ Original Upcoming Web Series in April 2020

Apple Tv+ Home Before Dark Series

A little youngster moves from Brooklyn to her curious lake-side old neighborhood and uncovers a homicide. This homicide was a virus case that everybody in the town attempted to cover. Home Before Dark is a series roused by 12-year-old American columnist Hilde Lysiak.

Director: Dana Fox, Dara Resnik
Cast: Brooklynn Prince, Jim Sturgess, Kylie Rogers, Reed Birney
Release date: April 3

Apple Tv+ Home Series

A docuseries, Home gives a look into the world’s most remarkable homes, and the brains of the individuals who have envisioned, structured and fabricated them.

Directors: Matt Tyrnauer, Doug Pray, Taimi Arvidson, Jessica Dimmock, Scott Weintrob, Clay Jeter, Jimmy Goldblum
Release date: April 17

Apple Tv+ Original Upcoming Web Series in May 2020

Apple Tv+ Trying Series

Apple TV’s first UK original, Trying revolves around Jason and Nikki, who want a baby, but can’t have one.
Writer: Andy Wolton
Cast: Rafe Spall, Esther Smith, Imelda Staunton
Release date: May 1

Apple Tv+ Central Park Series

An animated musical comedy, Central Park (pictured above) chronicles the life of the Tillermans, a family that lives in the park.
Creators: Loren Bouchard, Josh Gad, Nora Smith
Cast: Josh Gad, Kristen Bell, Stanley Tucci
Release date: May 29

Apple Tv+ Original Upcoming Web Series in June 2020

Apple Tv+ Dear Series

Propelled by Apple’s ‘Cherished Apple’ promoting spots, Dear… is a 10-scene narrative series that will profile Oprah Winfrey, Gloria Steinem, Spike Lee, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Yara Shahidi, Stevie Wonder, Aly Raisman and Misty Copeland. The scenes will highlight accounts of the previously mentioned figures by means of letters composed by those whose lives they have affected.

Release date: June 5

Apple Tv+ Little Voice Series

Little Voice is a ten-part series directed by Jessie Nelson that explores the musical journey of a 20-something woman in pursuit of her voice.
Director: Jessie Nelson
Cast: Shalini Bathina, Brittany O’Grady, Phillip Johnson Richardson