These are the 5 shows coming to Apple TV+ in February 2024

Unfortunately the streamer's slate doesn't include any new movies, but there's a few shows coming to get excited about!
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A new month means new shows and movies are added to a streamer! That's always what's so exciting about starting off a new month. Though Apple TV+ doesn't have any films coming this month, we did round up a list of ones you should check out on other platforms in February 2024! And hey, at least the streaming service has new titles coming! There's 5 shows to look forward to.

The first is an exciting one if you're a fan of Game of Thrones. Arya Stark actress Maisie Williams stars as Catherine Dior in the new series The New Look, which premieres Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. The historical drama is centered around "fashion designers Christian Dior, Coco Chanel, and their contemporaries as they navigated the horrors of World War II and launched modern fashion," per the synopsis. Ben Mendelsohn stars as Dior, while Juliette Binoche is Chanel.

Rounding out the cast are John Malkovich as Lucien Lelong; Emily Mortimer as Elsa Lombardi; Claes Bang as Spatz; and, Glenn Close as Carmel Snow. The first three episodes of the show will be released on premiere day, followed by one new installment weekly until the finale on April 3. There's a total of 10 episodes. We shared the trailer below:

Next up is a treat for you sports fans! There's documentary series The Dynasty: New England Patriots arriving with all 10 episodes on Friday, Feb. 16. The production is focused on the "rise of the most dominant sports dynasty of the 21st century, the New England Patriots," per the synopsis. You can expect to hear from former football quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Beilchick, and owner Robert Kraft. Check out the trailer below!

Also coming on Feb. 16 is for the younger audience on Apple TV+! is Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin. The show will be exploring the titular character's origin story! With his father's military job causing the family to constantly move, Franklin uses "a notebook filled with his grandfather's advice on friendship," per the synopsis. However when he tries to use that advice with the Peanuts gang, "he has trouble fitting in." The answer might come in the Soap Box Derby when he partners up with Charlie Brown. Check out the adorable Peanuts gang in the trailer below!

Be on the lookout for Noomi Rapace's new series towards the end of the month, Constellation. The psychological thriller drama, which debuts Wednesday, Feb. 21, also stars Jonathan Banks, James D'Arcy, Julian Looman, William Catlett, and Barbara Sukowa. The eight episode season will begin streaming the first three episodes on premiere day. Then going forward, one new episode will be released weekly until the finale on March 27.

Rapace plays Jo, an astronaut who comes back to Earth "after a disaster in space," per the synopsis. When she returns, it turns out there's key pieces of her life missing. We'll be following "one woman's desperate quest to expose the truth about the hidden history of space travel and recover all that she has lost." We shared the trailer below:

And last, but certainly not least, is another sports docuseries. Get ready for Messi's World Cup: The Rise of a Legend. You'll want to mark you calendars for Feb. 21 for the debut of the four-episode series. All four will be released on premiere day. It will feature Messi's "five FIFA World Cup appearances and his FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 win," per the synopsis. He will speak about his story and career, as well as featuring teammates, coaches, competitors, and more. Check out the trailer below:

New on Apple TV+ this month (February 2024)

February 2

Argylle - *in theaters only, streaming on Apple TV+ TBD

February 14

The New Look

February 16

The Dynasty: New England Patriots
Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin

February 21

Messi's World Cup: The Rise of a Legend

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