Best TV Series Coming to AppleTV+ in November 2022 – MovieWeb

AppleTV+ has plenty of offerings in store for the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. Here’s a closer look at the TV series coming in November 2022.
AppleTV+ won big at both the Primetime Emmy Awards and the Oscars this year, including a Best Picture win for CODA. While not every show can be as awarded as Ted Lasso, AppleTV+ has nonetheless produced a number of great TV shows in its few years as a streaming service. And several of them are returning an additional season in November 2022.
Continuing its trend of releasing only a handful of TV series each month, AppleTV+ subscribers can at least expect variety in the shows coming in November 2022. A central theme of the upcoming November shows is new seasons, as opposed to new series. Nevertheless, fans can be excited about the new seasons of their favorite shows. Here's a closer look at what's to come.
Based on his uncle Paul's acclaimed novel of the same name, Justin Theroux's The Mosquito Coast follows an idealistic inventor who's disgusted with the corruption of the industrial world and decides to uproot his family to Latin America. Later, when the U.S. government tries to catch them, they embark upon a dangerous quest through Mexico to flee the U.S. government and find safety. The Mosquito Coast is also loosely adapted from the 1986 film that starred Harrison Ford. The first season of the series consists of seven episodes and concluded in June 2021. That same month, the series was renewed for a second season. Speaking of Theroux shows — season 2 of HBO's The Leftovers far surpassed its first season (as outlined by Variety). If that trend is anything like The Mosquito Coast, we're in for a treat next month when season 2 premieres on November 4.
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When a ghost haunts a neighborhood bookstore and starts releasing fictional characters into the real world, four kids must team up to solve an exciting mystery surrounding the ghost's unfinished business. One of two Sesame Workshop-produced shows that debuted on Apple TV+ on its launch date, Ghostwriter is a surprisingly clever show that’s much more clever than it needs to be, while giving kids a good introduction to classic and modern books. Season 3 premiered in October 2022 and will continue with weekly episodes, beginning November 4.
Here's another hit that will surely extend beyond a second season. The series follows a young Mexican man who gets the job of a lifetime at the hottest resort in Acapulco. But he soon realizes the job is far more complicated than he ever imagined. Acapulco boasts enough sharp characterizations to make its gentle screwball comedy ping pong around the hotel with effervescent ease. The show’s 80s setting is a fun factor, and the show’s writers get plenty of punchlines out of their unique workplace setting. Season 2 of Acapulco began in October and will continue with weekly episodes on November 4.
Talk about "fun" — this animated musical series tells the story of how a family of caretakers, who live and work in Central Park, end up saving the park and basically the world. The show hails from Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard with Nora Smith and Josh Gad. Central Park's focus is on the Tillerman family, who live in a caretaker’s house in the middle of the eponymous park. Patriarch Owen (Leslie Odom Jr.) is the actual caretaker, obsessed with the rules and regulations that he thinks allow Central Park to thrive. Wife Paige (Kathryn Hahn) dreams of doing serious investigative journalism, but she’s stuck writing puff pieces for “the No. 1 most left-on-the-subway paper in the city.” The rest of the principal cast is equally impressive: Kristen Bell, Tituss Burgess, Stanley Tucci. What's not to love? Central Park season 3 first premiered in September, and will continue with new episodes on November 4, until its November 18 season finale.
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Mythic Quest is a 2020 comedy from the creators of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. It follows a fictional game development company that must work together to expand and improve their game, but, of course, chaos often ensues. The workplace comedy is a bit of a tired genre, but Mythic Quest breathes new life by bringing it into a new environment. Mythic Quest humanizes game development and developers while also drawing great comedy from it. The hit series has aired for two seasons, and Apple TV+ has already renewed it for a fourth season as well. Season 3 of the series premiers on November 11.
This animated preschool series is based on the 2011 Caldecott Honor-winning book series written and illustrated by David Ezra Stein. Interrupting Chicken introduces children to the joy of creative writing — starting with a young little chicken named Piper who has a habit of interrupting storytime. Every time Piper hears a story, she can’t help but jump in, ask questions, and let her imagination run wild as she tries to fill in details and guess what happens next. In partnership with Mercury Filmworks, the series stars the voice talents of three-time Emmy-winner Sterling K. Brown, whose reliable talents might breathe life into this upcoming kids' show. Interrupting Chicken premieres on November 18.
Echo 3 is based on the award-winning series When Heroes Fly, created by Omri Givon and inspired by the eponymous novel by Amir Gutfreund. Set in South America, the action-packed thriller follows Amber Chesborough (Jessica Ann Collins), a brilliant young scientist who is the emotional heart of a small American family. When Amber goes missing along the Colombia-Venezuela border, her brother Bambi (Luke Evans) and her husband Prince (Michiel Huisman) — two men with deep military experience and complicated pasts — struggle to find her in a layered personal drama, set against the explosive backdrop of a secret war. It should be thrilling seeing the talents of Evans and Huisman (recognizable from The Flight Attendant) share scenes in this exciting new series — especially after seeing the thrilling new Echo 3 trailer! The series premieres on November 23.
Will Sayre is an evergreen and republish writer at He has also written and produced entertainment stories at Spectrum News and Warner Bros. Television. Sayre graduated with honors from Boston University’s College of Communication. He also served as film critic at The Taft School in Connecticut.


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