26 Of The Best TV Shows To Stream On Apple TV+ In July


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1.Acapulco (2021–)

Enrique Arrizon in “Acapulco."

The perms. The neon swimsuits. The resort crooners performing a Spanish cover of “Walking on Sunshine.” Acapulco is an ’80s fever dream drenched in hot pink and bright green. In a How I Met Your Mother–styled frame narrative, an older, wealthy Máximo tells his nephew about his younger years as an entry-level worker at a glamorous Mexican hotel in (you guessed it) Acapulco. The delightful sitcom follows Máximo and crew as they maneuver the resort’s wealthy American guests while trying to create better lives for themselves. In the classic, feel-good vein of Ted Lasso, this is a great show to check out if you bought an Apple TV+ subscription for the soccer juggernaut and are looking for similar things to watch.

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2.The Afterparty (2022–)

Tiffany Haddish in “The Afterparty."

If you are looking for a STACKED cast of comedians getting to flex their muscles, then look no further than this eight-episode whodunit. Veep‘s Sam Richardson, Parks and Rec‘s Ben Schwartz, Fleabag‘s Jamie Demetriou, Broad City‘s Ilana Glazer, and Blockers‘ Ike Barinholtz all play party guests turned murder suspects when Dave Franco’s Xavier, a pop star-actor, gets killed at the afterparty of his high school reunion. Tiffany Haddish and Search Party‘s John Early play the police investigating the crime. And while this alone would be enough to sell me on this show, from Phil Lord and Chris Miller (the pair behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), there is the bonus of each episode spotlighting a particular suspect and being shot in the style of a different movie. A rom-com. A Fast and the Furious–styled action film. A black-and-white art house film. A Hamilton-esque musical. Each episode reinvigorates the story and gives the cast a whole new angle to play with. Incredibly fresh and delightful.

Watch it on Apple TV+.

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3.The Big Conn (2022)

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If you are like me, the phrase “Social Security disability claims” is nearly enough to put you to sleep. So if you told me I’d be glued to my television for a four-part docuseries on the subject, I’d say “as if.” Well Scamageddon just received its latest mesmerizing series about a champion scammer defrauding the American government for…