10 Apple TV Shows Rated 95% and Higher to Watch Today

10 Apple TV Shows Rated 95% and Higher to Watch Today
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The best of the best, all in one place.

If you think you've seen everything Apple TV Plus has to offer, aren’t sold on any of the upcoming premieres, and are ready to cancel your subscription, think again. Unfortunately, half of the top-rated shows end up slipping through the cracks and going undiscovered, while the better-marketed titles get all the attention.

So before you put your subscription to bed, check out the list of shows below to make sure you haven't missed out on quality entertainment with a plot right up your alley just because it wasn't properly promoted. Pick one of these 10 TV shows, sit back, and get the most out of your Apple TV Plus account.

Calls (2021) - 95%

This mystery thriller series is not what you would expect. However, the show's unusual structure, in which the story is told through a series of audio conversations between the characters with minimal visuals, is what makes it so intriguing and worth watching. The chills are guaranteed!

Little America (2020-2022) - 97%

As an anthology series, Little America reveals the stories of the people who make up the majority of the country, yet are often pushed out of the spotlight. By following funny, heartfelt, and sincere stories in the lives of immigrants, those who experience the same daily struggle will have something to relate to, and everyone else will better understand their privilege.

Mythic Quest (2020-...) - 97%

Your classic workplace sitcom with a fun, modern twist: Mythic Quest is set in a fictional video game studio that produces Mythic Quest, a popular MMORPG. Anyone who's ever worked in an IT company, and especially in game development, will relate to the constant head-butting of creators, strategists, and CEOs.

Pachinko (2022) - 97%

Following one Korean family from 1915 to 1989, Pachinko's unique premise allows the player not only to become familiar with some of the Korean culture and important historical milestones, but also to form their own opinion on a matter of Japanese discrimination against the Korean natives. It's not a lighthearted story, but it's certainly an important one.

Slow Horses (2022-...) - 97%

Recently renewed by Apple TV Plus for its fifth season, this Gary Oldman-led thriller doesn't seem to be slowing down at all, despite its title. The show is based on the Slough House series of novels by Mick Herron, so as long as there is original content to cover, the show must go on.

Severance ( 2022-...) - 97%

This science fiction thriller has already made a lot of noise because too many people feel the same way about their office jobs. While not all the secrets behind the biotech company Lumon Industries have been revealed as the show has been renewed for season 2, the mystery is compelling enough to keep anyone hooked.

Black Bird ( 2022) - 98%

What could be better than Taron Egerton 's talent highlighted by the true crime story of James ‘Jimmy’ Keene, who found himself in a tough choice between the 10-year sentence without the possibility of parole, or a dangerous deal that may cut his life shorter, but also free him for incarceration.

Snoopy in Space: The Search for Life (2019-...) - 100%

For a change of pace from the brooding atmosphere of mystery and crime, Snoopy in Space might be just the thing. The familiar character is sure to bring a lot of nostalgia, and the space exploration premise is sure to capture the attention of both younger viewers and their parents.

Bad Sisters (2022-...) - 100%

There is nothing more refreshing than a good dose of dark Irish humor after a long day at work, and Bad Sisters will satisfy that craving perfectly. Hilarious yet suspenseful, the story of the five Garvey sisters caught in the middle of their brother-in-law's insurance investigation will leave no one indifferent...or silent.

Drops of God (2023-...) - 100%

Based on the Japanese manga series of the same name and produced internationally in collaboration with Legendary Television, Dynamic Television, France Télévisions and Hulu Japan, owned by Nippon Television, Drops of God follows the story of a young woman, Camille, who must become a wine expert to continue her father's legacy.