A Complete Guide to Apple TV+'s Original Shows and Movies
The premium service has quietly built a solid list of titles, with more on the way.
So Apple wants to take on Netflix. And Disney. And HBO Max. And countless other streaming services (including Quibi!). With $1 billion invested in original content, a reasonable subscription price, and a captive audience on its devices, we wouldn't count Apple out in the streaming wars, but it'll all depend on the quality of original shows and films in Apple TV+'s library and what it has in the pipeline. Let's take a look!
1 season, 5 episodes
It's a reboot, sure, but they could've maybe revamped the title of this Steven Spielberg-created anthology series a bit for an era crowded with streaming options. It's just not good enough to claim these stories will truly be "amazing," though there are indeed be some pretty good tales spun over the course of the genre-exploring show.
The BankerMovie, 120 minutes
Directed by George Nolfi and inspired by a true story, The Banker stars Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson as "two African American entrepreneurs who try to circumvent the racial limitations of the 1950s and quietly provide housing loans to the African American community in Jim Crow Texas."
Beastie Boys StoryDocumentary, 119 minutes
Frequent Beastie Boys collaborator Spike Jonze teamed back up with the remaining two members, Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz, to tell the legendary hip-hop group's backstory. Pulling from both archival footage and the group's recent live stage production, the documentary's said to be the most personal feature on the group to date.
Boys StateDocumentary, 109 minutes
Apple snatched up this documentary from A24 for $12 million at Sundance in 2020—the highest bid for a documentary from the festival ever. The feature is a coming-of-age story that follows three teenaged boys as they experience a week-long summer program held by the American Legion where teenagers play politics and campaign to design a new, mock government.
The popular bit from The Late Late Show With James Corden is much more than the latest late-night spinoff hungry for eyeballs; it's an EMMY-WINNING TV SHOW that happens to be a late-night spinoff hungry for eyeballs. The first two seasons were first available on Apple Music, but now those and the most recent season are on the streamer.
Central Park1 season, 10 episodes
Ah, something original! Don't get used to it. This animated musical comedy (yep, you read that right) from Bob's Burgers creator Loren Bouchard already has the green light for two seasons. Hopefully you like musical comedy, Josh Gad (one of the voices), and puns. Also attached are Kristen Bell, Stanley Tucci, Tituss Burgess, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., and Daveed Diggs.
DadsDocumentary, 80 minutes
Dads is a documentary film about modern paternity, drawing anecdotes and wisdom from average fathers and celebrities like Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith alike. Apple picked up worldwide distribution rights to the film ahead of its premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
Dear…1 season, 10 episodes
This docuseries is inspired by… the format of one of Apple's advertisements, Dear Apple, which feature consumers reading a letter about how their products changed their life. The show from documentarian R.J. Cutler (The September Issue) fortunately won't be an ode to Apple Watches. Instead, it'll each episode is a biographic look at various figures, from Oprah and Gloria Steinem to Big Bird, told through "letters written by those whose live have changed through their work." Sure!
1 season, 8 episodes
Back to the old IP. This limited series stars Captain America himself (Chris Evans) in an adaptation of William Landay's crime novel of the same name about an ADA's son suspected of killing a classmate. Michelle Dockery and Jaeden Martell co-star for the miniseries, which proved to be the streaming service's surprise hit upon its spring 2020 release.
Dickinson1 season, 10 episodes
America's favorite reclusive poet, who almost certainly suffered from some kind of mental illness, receives the quirky comedy treatment in a series which casts Hailee Steinfeld—of True Grit and, uh, pop music fame—as Emily Dickinson, and Jane Krakowski as Emily's mother. Expect lots of white dresses and creative license in interpreting the story of a genius who published almost nothing during her lifetime and barely left her house for the last three decades of her life.
The teen show proved to be one of the streaming service's early hits, and Season 2 is already on the way on January 8, 2021.
The Elephant QueenDocumentary, 96 minutes
The Elephant Queen focuses on Athena, an elephant-family matriarch and "tusker," i.e., an elephant whose tusks grow long enough to reach the ground. The film chronicles the herd's journey from its "green season" watering hole to its dry season home, a dangerous trek for the youngest of the group. Narrated by Oscar-nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor and directed by Emmy award-winning wildlife documentarians Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble.
For All Mankind1 season, 10 episodes
What if the Russians made it to the Moon first, and the space race had never ended? That's the premise of Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore's Apple+ series, which stars Joel Kinnaman as Edward Baldwin (hmmm, sounds like Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin?), Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, and Shantel VanSanten.
Ghostwriter1 season, 13 episodes
A reboot of the '90s children's program of the same name, Ghostwriter tells the story of four kids who get brought together when a ghost beings to haunt their neighborhood bookstore, releasing fictional characters into the real world. Each episode focuses on a specific literary work, featuring both classics and newer works alike.
Greatness Code1 season, 7 episodes
Apple's getting into even more short-form content and sports docs. This seven episode docuseries features famous athletes including the likes of Lebron James, Alex Morgan, Usain Bolt, and others discussing pivotal moments of their careers.
GreyhoundMovie, 91 minutes
Tom Hanks loves a WWII period piece. His latest, which he wrote the screenplay for and stars in, is a wet and wild epic at sea based on a true story about a Navy commander on his first-ever cross-Atlantic journey that's relentlessly followed by Nazi submarines.
HalaMovie, 93 minutes
Director Minhal Baig's film Hala "follows a high school senior struggling to balance being a suburban teenager with her traditional Muslim upbringing." The film was an official selection both at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, and had a theatrical release in November 2019.
Helpsters2 seasons, 20 episodes
Apple teamed with Sesame Workshop for Helpsters, for some Sesame Street-adjacent content, in this case a show called Helpsters. They're monsters who help people! The titular helpsters "help" prepare preschoolers for a lifetime of tech servitude by "teaching them to code" at an early age. Probably more useful than making macaroni art, but do we really want 4-year-olds to become content-producing members of our technocapitalist society? According to Apple, yes, we do! How else will the company dominate the world?
Home1 season, 9 episodes
Ten episodes of World's Most Extraordinary Homes, but on Apple instead of Netflix.
Home Before Dark1 season, 10 episodes
This is inspired by Hilde Lysiak, the 12-year-old girl who publishes her own newspaper in Pennsylvania and got the scoop on a murder case. She's helped by her father, a former New York Daily News reporter. You can try to make this stuff up, but it's not recommended. The Florida Project's precocious star Brooklynn Prince portrays Lysiak, and she's supported by Jim Sturgess, Abby Miller, and Louis Herthum.
Little America1 season, 8 episodes
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, The Big Sick co-writers and co-authors of a life in love (hahahahaha they're married), created this anthology series about immigrants in America. Each episode tells a singular story, some funny, some romantic, about unique immigrant experiences, like of a young man from Nigeria who finds a connection to Oklahoma cowboy culture or a woman from Uganda set on making it as a baker.
Little Voice1 season, 9 episodes
Do not pitch anything "big" to Apple. In an cruelly ironic twist, this J.J. Abrams-produced musical dramedy, with songs by Sara Bareilles, is set in the Big Apple and is described as "a love letter to the diverse musicality of New York" and an exploration of "the universal journey of finding your authentic voice in your early 20s." Oh no.
Long Way Up
1 season, 10 episodes
Picture this: Ewan McGregor taking a motorcycle trip all the way up the Western coast of the Americas, from Patagonia in South America to California in North America, with only his good friend, the British TV personality and motorbike enthusiast Charley Boorman, for company. The series is a sequel to 2007's Long Way Down, in which McGregor and Boorman rode south from Scotland to South Africa.
The Morning Show1 season, 10 episodes
When this Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston project was still seeking a title, we suggested Morning Shade, which seems like it took three seconds to come up with instead of the millisecond it took to come up with The Morning Show. That's why we're sitting behind the screen and not developing original shows for Apple. Witherspoon and Aniston's presentation back at the March 2019 Apple event described The Morning Show as looking at gender dynamics in the high-octane world of... morning shows. It's about a morning show. The show takes some creative liberties with the Matt Lauer scandal, but had a generally favorable reviews for Season 1, despite having replaced two showrunners.
Mythic Quest1 season, 10 episodes
Mythic Quest is a new comedy series from the brains of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia veterans Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz. Ubisoft (yes, the video game development company) co-produced the series and debuted its first trailer during its E3 presentation last summer. The series follows a group of devs working on the eponymous Mythic Quest, a wildly successful MMORPG on the cusp of releasing its first major expansion. McElhenney stars as Ian Grimm, a gifted creative director with "an ego the size of a bus," alongside F. Murray Abraham, David Hornsby, Charlotte Nicdao, Ashly Burch, Danny Pudi, Jessie Ennis, and Imani Hakim.
On the RocksMovie, 96 minutes
One of the many projects a part of Apple and A24's multiyear deal, On the Rocks is an film starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones that tells the story of a young mother reconnecting with her playboy father. Sofia Coppola, who previously directed Murray during 2003's Oscar-winning Lost in Translation, is at the helm.
Oprah's Book Club
1 season, 7 episodes
The first of multiple Oprah projects following a deal with Apple, Oprah's Book Club will kick off at launch with a new episode every two months. The series features Oprah interviewing the authors of selected books at various locations. Thus far, she's been joined by Ta-Nehisi Coates to discuss The Water Dancer, Elizabeth Strout, author of Olive, Again, and others.
Planet of the Apps1 season, 10 episodes
Do you get it? It's a pun on the movie about an advanced simian civilization that has taken over an Earth destroyed by humans. This one is more like Shark Tank, though, but for apps, and it's already available on Apple Music. Hosts are verified app experts Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow, Will.i.am and Gary Vaynerchuk. The series, which is concluded, currently doesn't have a set premiere date on Apple TV+, although it's currently available in its entirety on Apple Music.
See1 season, 8 episodes
What if in the future... EVERYONE WERE BORN BLIND? And what if, suddenly, some babies were born who COULD SEE? Those are the tantalizing questions See (for real) asks in a series written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight. Aquaman Jason Momoa stars with Alfre Woodard, and it's just weird enough to merit an exploratory watch.
Servant1 season, 10 episodes
This psychological thriller, created and written by Tony Basgallop and executive-produced by M. Night Shyamalan, stars Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free, and Ron Weasley (AKA Rupert Grint) and tracks a troubled couple after a nanny arrives to take care of their infant son. Given Shyamalan's involvement, you can probably guess that things are not exactly what they seem. A second season arrives on January 15, 2021.
Snoopy in Space1 season, 12 episodes
Snoopy in Space is the first series to come out Apple's deal to produce all manner of new Peanuts content. A STEM-focused series, it's all about Snoopy trying to realize his dream of becoming an astronaut. After making it to the USS Space Station, Chuck Brown's pup is all set to explore the moon and beyond.
Ted Lasso1 season, 10 episodes
American football and soccer in the UK may have little in common, but that doesn't stop renowned red blooded American NFL coach Ted Lasso from stepping in to help a British soccer team get their shit together in this comedy. Jason Sudeikis plays the titular character in this new show that he also co-created, and actually originates in a character he used to play on NBC Sports.
Truth Be Told1 season, 8 episodes
This is a show based on the novel Are You Sleeping?, about people obsessed with true-crime podcasts. Pick through those layers of meta-media insanity during a bout of insomnia, but it has plenty of big-name actors on board, including Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer, Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul, and Lizzy Caplan (playing twins).
Becoming YouPremiere date: November 13
Oh, baby. This docuseries illustrates how fundamental the first 2,000 days of life are for each and every baby across the globe. Olivia Coleman narrates.
Doug UnplugsPremiere date: November 13
This is an all new one for the kiddos. The animated series is about a robot who decides against downloading all the information he needs to know in order to experience life like humans.
Fireball: Visitors From Other WorldsPremiere date: November 13
Werner Herzog and professor Clive Oppenheimer (Encounters at the End of the World, Into the Inferno) are re-teaming for a documentary about how falling stars and meteorites throughout history have introduced humanity to the possibility of life beyond our stars.
Earth At Night In ColorPremiere date: December 4
Not to be confused with Netflix's Night on Earth, Earth At Night In Color is Apple's nighttime nature doc. They didn't get too creative with the name here, because, as you might expect, it is a docuseries about the nocturnal lives of animals.
StillwaterPremiere date: December 4
Based on the children's book series Zen Shorts, this animated children's show is about three siblings who live next door to a wise panda who teaches them about life and mindfulness.
WolfwalkersPremiere date: December 11
Wolfwalkers, an animated delight, takes place in a world in which wolves are seen as demonic creatures that need to be tamed. An apprentice hunter, Robyn, travels to Ireland with her father to wipe out the last back. After meeting a wild girl named Mebh, however, Robyn is exposed to the world of the Wolfwalkers and transformed into the very thing she's trained to destroy. Wolfwalkers is co-directed by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart.
The Snoopy ShowPremiere date: February 5, 2021
Apple may have snatched the rights so that beloved Peanuts holiday specials like It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and A Charlie Brown Christmas no longer air on network television, but at least they're making good by releasing all new Peanuts gang shows. The Snoopy Show features new adventures with everyone's favorite Beagle (and Woodstock, of course).
The AfterpartyPremiere date: TBA
Apple announced in June that it had give an eight-episode series order to Phil Lord and Chris Miller's idea for a murder mystery show set amongst a high school reunion, in which each episode takes us through the events of the same night from a different perspective, with different visual styles for each.
CallsPremiere date: TBA
Calls originated in France at Canal+ under the direction of Timothée Hochet. Apple's ordered up 10 episodes of this mostly audio horror-esque series, which is not a podcast, so don't call it one!
EmancipationPremiere date: TBA
Antoine Fuqua will direct Will Smith as runaway slave Peter, who escaped his Louisiana plantation in 1863 and joined the Union Army, where he allowed his scarred back to be photographed during a medical examination. The photo of his whip scars was published in the Independent, revealing to the world the cruelties of American slavery and inspiring many free Black people to join the Union Army.
The Essex SerpentPremiere date: TBA
Keira Knightley will star in and executive produce this adaptation of Sarah Perry's 2016 novel about a woman named Cora who, after divorcing her abusive husband, travels from Victorian London to rural Essex following rumors of sightings of the legendary "Essex Serpent."
FoundationPremiere date: TBA
Apple snagged the rights to this series based on an Isaac Asimov short story trilogy of the same name, which means Apple TV+ is placing some big bets on sci-fi. Everyone calls the original narrative "sprawling," so co-writers David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman (both of whom are also working on the upcoming Terminator series) should have their work cut out for them, though Friedman is off the hook as he left the show in April in a pre-planned move.
Harriet the SpyPremiere date: TBA
Apple is making a Harriet the Spy series! The animated show will adapt Louise Fitzhugh's classic 1964 children's detective book, with Beanie Feldstein voicing the titular character, and Jane Lynch and Lacey Chabert also starring.
Hedy LamarrPremiere date: TBA
Gal Gadot will executive produce and star in this series about the famous Hollywood glamour girl and inventor Hedy Lamarr, written by Sarah Treem of The Affair, House of Cards, and In Treatment.
InvasionPremiere date: TBA
Apple picked up a character-drive sci-fi drama based on two scripts and a show bible written by Simon Kinberg and David Weil. The series shows various people's perspectives from across the globe as aliens start to invade Earth.
Killers of the Flower MoonPremiere date: TBA
Martin Scorsese will direct Leonardo Dicaprio and Robert de Niro in this adaptation of David Grann's 2017 book about the Osage murders of the 1920s: an FBI investigation into the murders of Native Americans from the Osage Nation after oil deposits were found on their land.
Lisey's StoryPremiere date: TBA
Stephen King is adapting his 2006 novel for the small screen, which will star Julianne Moore as a woman who is having trouble cleaning out the office of her late novelist husband (Clive Owen), and uncovers repressed memories of their marriage while she reminisces. Joan Allen, Dane DeHaan, and Sung Kang will also star.
Losing EarthPremiere date: TBA
That big New York Times story about how we're all fucked because huge companies ignored climate science in favor of profits and partisan politics has already been scooped up by Apple for development into a series.
Masters of the AirPremiere date: TBA
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks are teaming up once again for a follow-up to Band of Brothers and The Pacific, based on Donald L. Miller's book about the Air Force bomber boys who flew their planes over Nazi Germany in World War II.
The Mosquito CoastPremiere date: TBA
Based off of Paul Theroux's 1981 novel of the same name, The Mosquito Coast is an upcoming drama series from Neil Cross (Luther) and directed by Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes). The series stars Justin Theroux as Allie, an inventor who uproots his family to Latin America. This isn't the first time that the novel has been brought to the screen—Harrison Ford played Allie in the 1986 feature film adaptation.
Mr. CormanPremiere date: TBA
From A24, Mr. Corman is a "deep cut into the days and nights of a public schoolteacher in the San Fernando Valley." Joseph Gordon-Levitt will write, direct, executive produce, and star as the eponymous Mr. Corman in the half-hour dramedy.
My Glory Was I Had Such FriendsPremiere date: TBA
Any time you can use a W.B. Yeats line as the title of your television show, YOU DO IT. Jennifer Garner will star as a woman waiting for her second heart transplant—she makes it through thanks to (you guessed it) her friends. This one is based on the memoir of the same name, and will have J.J. Abrams as executive producer.
Oprah documentary projects
Premiere date: TBA
In addition to her book club series, Oprah is also currently working on two documentary-based projects. There's Toxic Labor, a documentary about sexual assault and harassment in the workplace, and a currently unnamed multi-part series on mental health.
PachinkoPremiere date: TBA
An adaptation of Min Jin Lee's bestselling novel of the same name, this might qualify as an early frontrunner for Apple TV's least insufferable show.
PalmerPremiere date: TBA
Fisher Stevens will direct Justin Timberlake as a former high school football star who returns to his hometown after a stint in prison, trying to rebuild his life while finding himself the sudden caretaker of a young boy who's been abandoned by his family.
PhysicalPremiere date: TBA
Cue up the Olivia Newton-John hit: Rose Byrne is about to get physical. In this dramedy from Annie Weisman (Desperate Housewives) and Alexandra Cunningham (Desperate Housewives, Dirty John), Byrne plays a bored housewife in the '80s who finds she can escape the doldrums of her daily life by taking up the hottest trend at the time, aerobics.
Prehistoric PlanetPremiere date: TBA
You've seen Jon Favreau direct hyper-realistic, soul-sucking lions. Now, see Jon Favreau direct dinosaurs in Prehistoric Planet, an upcoming documentary series that will use CGI to tell the story of the dinosaur's last days. The series is in partnership with BBC Studios' Natural History Unit, which has previously worked on Planet Earth and Blue Planet.
SeverancePremiere date: TBA
Patricia Arquette and Ben Stiller are joining forces yet again for a series not at all affiliated with Ling Ma's excellent 2018 novel Severance. Like he did Escape From Dannemora, Stiller's directing the actress in an upcoming workplace thriller set in an office with unusual work-life balance policies. Deadline reported Arquette will play the boss to Adam Scott's character, who is said to have a dark past he's trying to escape, and will be joined by Christopher Walken and John Tuturro.
ShantaramPremiere date: TBA
American Hustle writer Eric Warren Singer will write and executive produce this adaptation of Gregory David Robert's novel of the same name, the first two episodes of which will be directed by Justin Hurzel. Hopefully it's more coherent than American Hustle. Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim) was recently cast in the series' lead role.
SharperPremiere date: TBA
Julianne Moore will star in and produce this movie about a con artist taking on "the world of Manhattan’s billionaire echelon." Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka (Dice, The Sitter) are writing the script, and A24 is also producing.
Shining GirlsPremiere date: TBA
Elisabeth Moss will star in this adaptation of Lauren Beukes' 2013 bestselling metaphysical thriller about a Chicago reporter hunting down her assailant while reality around her shifts in unexpected ways.
The Shrink Next DoorPremiere date: TBA
Apple has given an eight-episode limited series order for this show, directed by Michael Showalter (Wet Hot American Summer) and based on last year's super popular podcast about the exploitative doctor-patient relationship between psychologist to the stars Dr. Isaac “Ike” Herschkopf (Paul Rudd) and his longtime patient Martin “Marty” Markowitz (Will Ferrell).
The Sky Is EverywherePremiere date: TBA
Josephine Decker (Madeline's Madeline, Shirley) is directing this adaptation of Jandy Nelson's 2010 young adult novel about a high school girl named Lennie Walker who, while recovering from her sister's death, accidentally falls in love. A24 will also produce.
Slow HorsesPremiere date: TBA
Gary Oldman is starring in this adaptation of Mick Herron's series of books (collectively called Slough House) about a backwater dumping ground for MI5's worst secret agents. If that sounds sort of Veep-y to you, you'll be thrilled to learn Veep writer Will Smith (no relation) will both write and executive produce the series.
Snow BlindPremiere date: TBA
Jake Gyllenhaal is starring in this adaptation of Ollie Masters and Tyler Jenkins' bestselling graphic novel about a young boy living in a small Alaska town who finds out that his family is in the witness protection program when a mysterious man shows up in their town, looking for revenge and pursued by FBI agents. Gustav Möller (The Guilty) will direct in his English-language debut.
SuspicionPremiere date: TBA
False Flag is an English-language adaptation of the Israeli thriller series of the same name. While there aren't any details about how faithful Apple's adaptation will be, the original series tells the story of five ordinary Israelis who wake up to discover that they've been implicated as suspects in a high-profile kidnapping. With their names, faces, and personal information splashed across media worldwide, the Israeli government largely leaves them to fend for themselves. Deadline reported that Uma Thurman will lead the cast, but few details are known aside from that.
SwaggerPremiere date: TBA
Former NBA MVP and Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant has long had an interest in diversifying his portfolio with tech investments and his very own media company. This series is based on Durant's early life and will allegedly explore the world of AAU basketball, which if done honestly could lead to a pretty sordid and fun show! We'll see what Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Television production company can come up with. There are already character descriptions in a casting call for young actors, and spoiler alert: These kids MUST HAVE INNATE ATHLETIC ABILITY. There's going to be lots of basketball in Swagger, in other words. Apple announced that Winston Duke (Black Panther, Us) will star as Ike, a youth basketball coach and former star player.
Swan SongPremiere date: TBA
Mahershala Ali will play a man named Milo, living in the near-future, who discovers just how far he will go to give a better life to someone he loves. The film is described as "genre bending," and is directed by Benjamin Cleary, who directed the fantastic 2015 short film Stutterer.
Time BanditsPremiere date: TBA
Terry Gilliam's classic 1980 film will receive the series treatment, which reportedly will be directed by Taika Waititi, of What We Do in the Shadows and Thor: Ragnarok fame.
Untitled Brie Larson CIA seriesPremiere date: TBA
Captain Marvel enters the realm of human political struggle, adapting the Amaryllis Fox memoir Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA.
Untitled Cecily Strong comedy seriesPremiere date: TBA
From the writers of the Despicable Me franchise, Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, comes a musical comedy series starring SNL's Cecily Strong, who, while on a backpacking trip with her partner, stumbles upon the town of Schmigadoon, where everyone acts like they're living in the 1940s and no one's allowed to leave until they've found true love.
Untitled Colleen McGuinness comedy seriesPremiere date: TBA
This half-hour series hit a snag when Kristen Wiig backed out, but it's still happening, and it's still presumably inspired by Curtis Sittenfeld's short story collection You Think It, I'll Say It.
Untitled Damien Chazelle seriesPremiere date: TBA
Title suggestion: High School Musical 4.
Untitled Ramy Youssef/Stephen Way seriesPremiere date: TBA
In an overall deal with A24, Ramy Youssef signed on to create two new shows, one for Netflix, and the other for Apple TV+, which stars Ramy's Stephen Way and, as Youssef describes it, shows the "perspective and the experience of a disabled person and their family in a real way."
Untitled The Custom of the Country adaptationPremiere date: TBA
Sofia Coppola is directing an adaptation of Edith Wharton's classic 1913 novel, which follows a young Midwestern woman, Undine Spragg, who attempts to ascend the ranks of New York's high society. The book has been credited with partly inspiring Julian Fellowes' Downton Abbey.
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