Danes plays Cora, a recently widowed woman who decides to flee her London house for the Essex countryside where there have been whispers of a mythical serpent slithering across the village in the brooding Gothic drama.
What would happen if a serial murderer was searching the world for women to kill, but also had the ability to do it throughout time? This is the premise of the movie Shining Girls.
There is a strange dearth of gay stories here, as each one centres on a different element of women with diverse results.
The eight-episode Apple TV+ series resoundingly succeeds on both counts, producing a show that not only ranks among the finest of the year but also ought to be included on everyone's list of the best shows ever made.
WeCrashed, which chronicles the birth and fall of the coworking space known as WeWork and how its creator Adam Neumann attempted to make it into a global brand, has debuted on Apple TV+.
This most recent drama-thriller on the service centres on the divisive practise known as severance in the fictional universe.
In the The Afterparty, a group becomes unwittingly involved in a murder investigation after Franco, the host of their reunion's after party, is found dead.
The show errs on the side of practicality rather than overusing CGI, aiming for more of the timeless effects that first made Jim Henson's puppets so beloved.
Perhaps those patient viewers who don't mind taking the long way around will like Invasion more.
A musical comedy for Apple TV+ that is immensely endearing and full of meta jokes is a love letter to Broadway nerds.