Apple TV + unveils the release dates for Mythic Quest 3 and Slow Horses 2

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Apple TV + unveiled the own autumn schedule, revealing the release date of several TV series highly anticipated by fans. Between these, The Mosquito Coast, based on the best-seller by Paul Theroux and starring Justin Theroux, starts with the second season arriving on November 4th; the beloved work comedy Mythic Quest (created by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Megan Ganz) returns for the third season on November 11th; the acclaimed spy drama starring Gary Oldman, Slow Horses, is ready to debut with the second season on December 2 (and has already been renewed for a third season); the anthology Little Americaalready nominated for BAFTA and Independent Spirit Awards, returns with eight new episodes from December 9: inspired by true stories published on Epic Magazine by Vox Media Studios, Little America goes beyond the headlines to look at the funniest, most romantic, passionate, inspiring, surprising, and most relevant stories of immigrants in America.

Apple TV +, not just second seasons

Apple TV + Mythic Quest

The schedule presented by Apple TV + is not only formed by the new seasons of successful series, but also by new series and new movies that will enrich the offer. We remember among others the latest film by Peter Farrelly, A beer at the frontwith Zac Efron, out September 30; Shantaramthe Charlie Hunnam series based on Gregory David Roberts’ best-selling novel coming October 14; Causewaythe new Apple Original movie starring and produced by Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrencewhich will make its debut on November 4; Selena Gomez: My Mind and Methe docufilm about singer and actress Selena Gomez (recently seen in the second season of Only Murders in the Building), out on November 4.

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