Apple announces premiere dates for more Apple TV+ shows

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Apple has announced premiere dates for additional Apple TV+ offerings available this spring, including the return of “The Afterparty” and “Schmigadoon!”

The Apple TV+ spring lineup continues as “Schmigadoon!”, “City on Fire,” “The Last Thing He Told Me,” “Extrapolations” and “The Afterparty” get premiere dates.


Apple’s acclaimed, award-winning musical comedy returns to Apple TV+ on Friday, April 7. New episodes premiere every Friday through May 5, 2023.

“Schmigadoon!” follows Josh (Keegan-Michael Key) and Melissa (Cecily Strong) in Schmicago, the recreated world of 60s and 70s musicals.

The series has won both Emmy and AFI awards as well as a Critics Choice Award nomination.

“City On Fire”

The series follows the story of Samatha, an NYU student who is shot in Central Park on July 4, 2003. There are no witnesses and very little physical evidence.

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As the crime is investigated, Samantha is discovered to be the connection between a series of city fires, the music scene and a wealthy real estate family.

Samantha will be played by Chase Sui Wonders, known for her role as Riley in “Generations”. Wyatt Oleff (“It”, “It Chapter Two”) plays Charlie, a friend of Samantha’s who will stop at nothing to solve the mystery of what happened.

“City On Fire” premieres on Apple TV+ on Friday, May 12.

“The Last Thing He Told Me”

Executive produced by Jennifer Garner, “The Last Thing He Told Me” follows Hannah (Jennifer Garner) as she forms a relationship with her 16-year-old stepdaughter Bailey (Angourie Rice) in order to find out why her husband is mysteriously disappeared.

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“The Last Thing He Told Me” premieres April 14 on Apple TV+.

“Extrapolations” premieres on March 17 and is a drama set in the near future, where climate change has affected our everyday lives.

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Eight stories of love, work, faith and family will explore the choices that must be made as the planet changes faster than the population.

“After the party”

Apple has announced that its comedy series “The After Party” will return to Apple TV+ on Friday, April 28.

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In the second season, a wedding is ruined when the groom is murdered and every guest is a suspect.

“The Afterparty” explores each character’s account of a fateful evening, with each story told through the lens of a popular film genre.


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