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On June 9th, Apple TV+ premiered “The Crowded Room,” the gripping, new limited series created by Academy Award-winning writer and executive producer Akiva Goldsman, and starring Tom Holland, who also serves as executive producer, and Amanda Seyfried and Emmy Rossum. Plus, beloved kids & family series, “The Snoopy Show” returns for season three!

“The Crowded Room” – global premiere

Starring an ensemble cast led by Tom Holland, who also serves as executive producer, and Amanda Seyfried and Emmy Rossum, “The Crowded Room” the gripping, new limited series created by Academy Award-winning writer and executive producer Akiva Goldsman (“A Beautiful Mind”).

Holland stars as  follows Danny Sullivan, a man who is arrested following his involvement in a shooting in New York City in 1979. A captivating thriller told through a series of interviews with curious interrogator Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried), Danny’s life story unfolds, revealing elements of the mysterious past that shaped him, and the twists and turns that will lead him to a life-altering revelation. The series also stars Sasha Lane, Will Chase and Lior Raz, along with guest stars Jason Isaacs, Christopher Abbott, Thomas Sadoski and Zachary Golinger.

“The Crowded Room” is a co-production between Apple Studios and New Regency. Goldsman serves as executive producer through his Weed Road Productions banner. The series is also executive produced by Alexandra Milchan for EMJAG Productions; and New Regency’s Arnon Milchan, Yariv Milchan and Michael Schaefer. Kornél Mundruczó directed several episodes, including the pilot, and executive produces.

“The Crowded Room” made its global debut on Apple TV+ June 9th with the first three episodes of its 10-episode first season.

“Silo” – New episode

Starring an ensemble cast led by Rebecca Ferguson, who also serves as executive producer, and Common, Emmy-nominee Harriet Walter, Chinaza Uche, Avi Nash, David Oyelowo, Emmy-nominee Rashida Jones and Academy Award-winner Tim Robbins, “Silo” is the hit, Apple Original world-building drama series based on Hugh Howey’s New York Times bestselling trilogy of dystopian novels, and created by Emmy-nominated screenwriter Graham Yost (“Band of Brothers,” “Justified”).

“Silo” is the story of the last ten thousand people on earth, their mile-deep home protecting them from the toxic and deadly world outside. However, no one knows when or why the silo was built and any who try to find out face fatal consequences. Ferguson stars as ‘Juliette,’ an engineer, who seeks answers about a loved one’s murder and tumbles onto a mystery that goes far deeper than she could have ever imagined, leading her to discover that if the lies don’t kill you, the truth will.

Academy Award-nominee Morten Tyldum (“Defending Jacob,” “The Imitation Game”) directs the first three episodes and executive produces alongside Yost, Howey and Ferguson. Nina Jack, Fred Golan, Rémi Aubuchon, and Ingrid Escajeda also executive produce.

In this week’s new episode, “The Flamekeepers,” Bernard seeks Juliette’s cooperation as he grows increasingly concerned about the silo’s security. Juliette asks her father for a favor.

The seventh episode of “Silo” starts streaming today and new episodes drop Fridays on Apple TV+.

“Platonic” – new episode

“Platonic” is a new 10-episode comedy series starring and executive produced by Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen and co-created, directed, and co-written by Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco. The half-hour comedy follows a platonic pair of former best friends approaching midlife (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) who reconnect after a long rift. The duo’s friendship becomes all consuming—and destabilizes their lives in a hilarious way. The ensemble cast also stars Luke Macfarlane, Tre Hale, Carla Gallo, and Andrew Lopez.

“Platonic” is produced by Sony Pictures Television, where Stoller and Stoller’s Global Solutions has an overall deal. Byrne, Rogen, Stoller, Delbanco and Conor Welch executive produce.

In this week’s new episode, “My Wife’s Boyfriend,” unnerved by the closeness of Will’s relationship with Sylvia, Charlie invites Will to join him and his coworkers at a baseball game.

The fifth episode of “Platonic” is now streaming on Apple TV+, and new episodes drop Wednesdays.

“The Snoopy Show” – season three premiere

The world’s most famous beagle is back again for his close-up! Dig into new adventures with Snoopy, along with his best pal, Woodstock, and the rest of the Peanuts gang in season three of the beloved kids & family series, “The Snoopy Show.”

Produced for Apple TV+ by Peanuts and WildBrain, “The Snoopy Show” is directed by Rob Boutilier (“Snoopy in Space,” “Kid vs. Kat”), and executive produced by Josh Scherba, Anne Loi, Stephanie Betts, Paige Braddock, Craig Schulz and Mark Evestaff.

All 12 episodes of “The Snoopy Show” season three premieres today on Apple TV+.

“High Desert” – new episode now streaming

Starring and executive produced by Patricia Arquette, “High Desert” is a new eight-episode dark comedy directed by Emmy Award winner Jay Roach, created by Nancy Fichman, Katie Ford and Jennifer Hoppe, and executive produced by Ben Stiller.

The half-hour series follows Peggy (Arquette), an on-again-off-again addict who decides to make a new start after the death of her beloved mother, with whom she lived in the small desert town of Yucca Valley, California, and makes a life-changing decision to become a private investigator. Matt Dillon, Christine Taylor, Weruche Opia, Brad Garrett, Bernadette Peters and Rupert Friend also star.

“High Desert” is produced by Apple Studios, Red Hour Films, 3 Arts Entertainment and Delirious Media.

In this week’s new episode, “A Nod is Not a Hello,” Arman and Heather threaten Guru Bob. The Gattchis become suspicious of Peggy poking around about Dona’s disappearance.

The sixth episode of “High Desert” is now streaming on Apple TV+, and new episodes premiere weekly, every Wednesday.

“City on Fire” – new episode

Hailing from Apple Studios, “City on Fire” is an eight-episode drama inspired by the acclaimed novel of the same name by Garth Risk Hallberg, with all episodes written and executive produced by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, and starring an ensemble cast that includes Wyatt Oleff, Chase Sui Wonders, Jemima Kirke, Nico Tortorella, Ashley Zukerman, Xavier Clyde, Max Milner, Alexandra Doke, Omid Abtahi, Kathleen Munroe and John Cameron Mitchell.

In “City on Fire,” an NYU student is shot in Central Park on the Fourth of July, 2003. Samantha is alone; there are no witnesses and very little physical evidence. Her friends’ band is playing her favorite downtown club but she leaves to meet someone, promising to return. She never does. As the crime against Samantha is investigated, she’s revealed to be the crucial connection between a series of mysterious citywide fires, the downtown music scene, and a wealthy uptown real estate family fraying under the strain of the many secrets they keep.

Chase Sui Wonders stars as ‘Samantha,’ and Wyatt Oleff plays ‘Charlie,’ a friend of Samantha’s who is struggling to cope with the death of his father on 9/11 two years earlier. After she is shot, he stops at nothing to unravel the mystery of what happened.

In this week’s new episode, “The Demon Brother,” Charlie races to stop a new threat.

The seventh episode of “City on Fire” premieres today on Apple TV+.