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New movies and shows coming to Apple TV+ in September 2022

What to watch this month on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ has certainly made a case for itself since its launch, especially with shows like The Morning Show, For All Mankind, Severance, and, of course, Ted Lasso. But in this day and age of "content," there can never be too much to watch. Which is why September is playing host to a whole bunch of brand new series premieres for Apple's video streaming service.

T-Mobile is bundling Apple TV+ as part of its Magenta MAX plan

T-Mobile, which bills itself as the "Un-carrier," offers up a lot of special perks for its customers. Especially those who pony up the cash for its most expensive (and popular) plan, Magenta MAX. That includes bundling streaming services into the mix, like Netflix for instance. And now it includes Apple's own video streaming service as well.

Crunchyroll is dropping support for older Apple TV models

Technology marches on, and, unfortunately, customers will always face the question of whether or not they should upgrade their devices. That decision might become a little easier when it's something like a streaming device, and, ultimately, support from third-party companies is vital to keep watching things. Which is why it might be sad to hear another popular streaming service is dropping support for older Apple TV models.

Check out the trailer for the upcoming Apple TV+ series ‘Life by Ella’ starring Lily Brooks O’Briant

It's hard to imagine a company with an original video streaming service leaning so heavily into family-friendly content if it wasn't proving fruitful for that company. Apple TV+ keeps earnings rewards and accolades for shows like Severance and Ted Lasso, but it feels like when it comes to new premieres, the lion's share of attention is for family-friendly shows. Take, for example, the latest trailer for a new show heading to Apple TV+ in the near future called Life by Ella.