Culture | 09.09.2022

Movies & Munchies: The Best Things To Watch On Apple TV Right Now

Here are the top shows and movies to watch on Apple TV.

One of modern times’ best forms of entertainment is being able to stream something at home while having a good snack. Whether you binge-watch shows or movies, the experience is elevated when you accompany a good flick with some rich, infused treats.

Get ready for some thrills, excitement, and drama. All while being high and couch locked from the delicious infused treat we have in store for you. You are going to want to save this recipe for future reference too, it’s one of the easiest to make!

Let’s take a look at what Apple TV has in store for you at the end of summer. There are great productions out there, and you don’t want to miss a single one of them.

The Best. Things To Watch On Apple TV In September


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Nicole Kidman, Nick Kroll, Issa Rae, and Cynthia Erivo star in this dark, funny series rife with symbolism and allusion. Each story focuses on a different aspect of womanhood, yielding varying results.

Despite an odd lack of queer stories, the narratives that unfold are astute, poignant, and ultimately necessary. There are few, or actually none, anthology series that truly captures the solitary angle of the female experience. Roar manages to portray and expand the female fable genre that is so sought after and needed nowadays.


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Workplace comedies took the world by storm some years ago, now Severance wants to satirize the dark side of corporate culture. This mystery, drama, and science fiction series promises an interesting tale.

Severance stars Adam Scott as Mark, a loyal worker that naturally begins to question everything. The employees at Lumon Industries, the series’ selected corporation, share something: their memories are erased when they come to work.


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If you’re in the mood for something a little dark but incredibly addictive, watch Servant. This series is a haunting and distorted binge-watch that must be added to your list.

This series is the result of a fusion of sensibilities. The series is a creation of Hotel Babylon’s Tony Bascallop and has a couple of episodes directed and produced by M. Night Shyamalan. While staying true to the mystery and dark thrills that audiences expect from a Shyamalan project it somehow feels like something new.

Servant is a contained, unsettling piece of psychological horror. This show features some of the best performances and undeniably remarkable cinematography.

Prehistoric Planet

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Not everything to watch relates to action and thrills. Sometimes the most interesting and beautiful production pieces are informatic and illustrative, as is the case with the highly-made Prehistoric Planet.

Prehistoric Planet uses the most recent research on dinosaurs to add to BBC’s previous series Planet Dinosaur and Walking With Dinosaurs. This documentary was produced by the same studio that made the remakes of The Lion King and The Jungle Book. It also features the incredible narration of David Attenborough and original music from Hans Zimmer.

Defending Jacob

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Chris Evans plays Andy Barber, an assistant D.A. and devoted father who finds himself trapped in a nightmare when the case he’s investigating leads to the arrest of his own son for murder. Defending Jacob directed by Morten Tydlum of The Imitation Game is a tense and addictive murder mystery.

While the show struggles to find a balance between pulp and prestige TV, Evans is consistently great in return to TV, and he’s accompanied by an outstanding supporting cast. The cast includes the always exceptional Cherry Jones and J.K. Simmons, two legendary performers.

The Munchies: Infused Meringues Recipe

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Meringues are delicate, sweet treats that simply melt in your mouth. You want to melt on your couch too, don’t you? The best thing about these babies is they’re easy to make, easy to store, and maybe a little too easy to get carried away eating too.


  • 3 Egg Whites
  • 6oz granulated sugar
  • 1oz ground, toasted almonds
  • A few drops of almond extract
  • Finely ground, decarboxylated cannabis according to tolerance and experience
  • Optional: Food coloring


  1. Mix the almonds, almond extract, ground cannabis, and half of the sugar in a bowl. Reserve to the side.
  2. Whisk the egg whites in a bowl until stiff and form soft peaks, then start adding half the sugar left in a consistent and delicate flow. Continue whisking until you can turn the bowl over without dropping the meringue.
  3. Slowly fold in the mix of almonds and flower, being careful not to over-mix or you will lose consistency.
  4. If you want to use food coloring you can choose to add it now to create a marbled effect.
  5. Preheat the oven to 120°C and prepare a baking tray with oiled parchment paper.
  6. Use a piping bag or spoon to form the meringues, you can be as creative as you want!
  7. Cook the meringues in the oven for around two hours, or until dry.


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