What to Watch on Apple TV September 2021

The Morning Show, Come From Away, The Problem with Jon Stewart, and more!

What to Watch on Apple TV - The Morning Show
What to Watch on Apple TV - The Morning Show

Want to know What to Watch on Apple TV September 2021? 

This September, get ready for What to Watch on Apple TV – Must-see series, movies, and documentaries. There are some not to miss TV series and movies this month! While AppleT V is still building it’s platform and growing, by far the best show this month is the hilarious “The Morning Show”, with Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon as foe turn friends TV anchors battling it out on set.

For all you Apple TV fans like us, there’s no shortage of great series and movies and shows to choose from, so whip up a batch of popcorn and enjoy the fall season!

Apple TV September 2021 best new TV series

This month, the AppleTV fall lineup slays with some of the best series we’ve been on the edge of our seats watching. Our favorite Apple TV picks are:

The Morning Show

Season 2 of the newsroom drama returns, which laid bare the cutthroat culture of chatty news programs in its freshman run, returns nearly two years after its debut on the then-fledgling Apple TV+, now an Emmy favorite for “Ted Lasso.” Host Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) has quit the morning show, her relationship with co-anchor Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon) is hanging by a thread and a shamed Matt Lauer-esque Mitch Kessler (Steve Carell) is poised to make a comeback. New additions to the cast include Hasan Minhaj and Julianna Margulies. Watch the bloodletting behind the smiles as they continue to stray from script, on and off camera.

Come From Away

Apple TV+ is heading for the stage with this filmed version of the Tony award-winning musical Come From Away. Starring a number of players from the original Broadway production, Come From Away is the story of 7,000 stranded travelers at a Newfoundland airport, their respective transits redirected in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Irene Sankoff and David Hein, the original writers of the play, are onboard the Apple TV+ rendition as executive producers, with the show hitting the platform on September 10.


Premiering September 24, David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) and Josh Friedman (War of the Worlds) are the brains behind the Apple TV+ adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s book series of the same name. Following a band of interstellar ex-communicates that must band together to restore humanity after the fall of the Galactic Empire, Jared Harris stars as Hari Seldon, a mathematics professor that develops a formula to predict the fall of civilization and to shorten the amount of time it will take to rebuild. The cast also includes Lee Pace, Lou Llobell, and Leah Harvey.

The Problem with Jon Stewart

Dropping September 30, The Problem with Jon Stewart finds the renowned Daily Show alum returning to TV screens with an all-new current affairs forum. Each episode is set to focus on a current hot-button national topic. Apple claims that the show is scheduled to run for a number of seasons, with new episodes premiering every other week, alongside a companion podcast. Welcome back, Mr. Stewart. Here’s hoping for many moments of zen.


What to Watch on Apple TV New Releases for September 2021 — Check out the Full List and Schedule

But wait, there’s a lot more! Check out what else Apple TV has to offer this month! Here’s the much anticipated full list of series and movies streaming on Apple TV September 2021:


Everything new on Apple TV+ in September

September 10

  • Come From Away

September 11

  • 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room

September 17

  • The Morning Show (season 2)

September 24

  • Foundation (season 1)

September 30

  • The Problem with Jon Stewart (season 1)


Looking for more of what to watch this month?

Apple TV new series and shows are just a few of our favorite picks, and if you’re like us you have more than one streaming subscription. We update our recommendations so you can be in the know on what’s new and popular on all of your favorite streaming sites and platforms. You won’t be without shows to talk about Monday morning by the water cooler. Here are our growing lists, schedules, and reviews for everything you love:

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