Happy New Year! Welcome back to Screen Times. Later this week we’ll have a look ahead at our most anticipated Apple TV+ content. Until then, here’s your weekly development roundup.


Apple TV+ has a lot of shows and movies in development, with new announcements coming quite regularly.

Here’s all the news from the last week:

Olivia Cooke and Jonathan Pryce have been added to the cast of ‘Slow Horses’. They join Gary Oldman, Kristen Scott Thomas and Jack Lowden in the 12 part spy series.

Michaela Conklin has been announced as joining the cast of season 2 of For All Mankind as a new astronaut. The new season begins on February 19th.

Justin Timberlake’s new film ‘Palmer’ has a release date - January 29th. You can watch the trailer here.

Samuel L Jackson is returning to Apple TV+ in the new 6 part series ‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’. He will executive produce the show which will be another Apple Studios production.

Ted Lasso looks likely to end after the already commissioned season 3. Speaking on the podcast ‘Fake Doctors, Real Friends’, co-creator Bill Lawrence stated that star and co-creator Jason Sudeikis had mapped it out as a 3 season show.

Prince Harry’s series on mental health with Oprah seems to have been delayed until at least March this for unknown reasons as reported by The Sun.