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Animes refer to animation in Japan, and despite their reputation for lowbrow graphics and nerdy content, they remain unique. They have been around for decades and are known for their gripping storylines. However, it can be hard to get into animes. If you are one of those or simply looking for the best animes to binge-watch, I got you covered!

I have compiled a list of the best animes to watch on Netflix and Hulu! Keep scrolling to find out.

1. Naruto

Total Episodes: 220

IMDb rating: 8.3

Source: Netflix

Did you really expect that Naruto won’t be a part of this list? Any Top-10 anime list is incomplete without Naruto. While this one needs no introduction, I will still talk about the show’s gist if you want to awaken the inner Hokage in you.

I’d recommend Naruto to those new to animes.

Watch on Netflix

2. Death Note

Total Episodes: 37

IMDb rating: 9.0

Genre: Crime, mystery, horror

Source: Netflix

Death Note is based on the manga published on the Weekly Shonen Jump. It is undoubtedly one of the best thriller animes out there!

Our teenage heartthrob Light Yagami stumbles upon a notebook which makes him God. You might be thinking, how exactly does a notebook make one as powerful as God? Because the notebook is called “Death Note,” and whoever’s name is written down in it, that person dies at the specified time.

Yagami starts unyielding this power to carry out a cleanse and starts killing “unworthy” people to make the world a better place. 

While the characters in Death Note will make you question your morality, you will still be left reeling for more episodes. And that’s where Death Note will let you down because it only has 37 episodes. Nevertheless, Death Note is one of the best short anime series.

It will hook you sheerly for its high-level game of wits that keep you on your toes through to the end. And I am not kidding!

Caution: Steer clear of the Netflix movie on the same. It was a big letdown for many like me!

Watch on Netflix

3. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Total Episodes: 34 and counting

IMDb rating: 8.7

Genre: Drama, action, dark fantasy

Source: Netflix

Demon Slayer is set in the early 20th century in Japan, in a land where humans and demons co-exist. Our protagonist is Tanjiro Kamado, whose family is killed by demons while he is not at home. His sister, Nezuko, is converted to a demon. 

The plot follows Tanjiro as he decides to become a demon slayer, not to kill the demons of the world but to find a way to restore his sister to a human. 

You will fall in love not just with Tanjiro and his companions but with the scintillating graphics at play here too. Demon Slayer makes for a gripping watch. Like the previous two in the list, Demon Slayer is also based on the manga by Koyoharu Gotoge.

Moreover, unlike others, this one marked the start of the quality anime, making it one of the best on Netflix if you want visual treats too.

Watch on Netflix

4. Attack on Titan

Total Episodes: 86 and counting

IMDb rating: 9

Genre: Dark fantasy, action

Source: Hulu

Attack on Titan, whose first season aired in 2013, has taken the world by storm. In this anime, humanity is restricted to live within huge walls. Outside of these walls, the world is ravaged by titans who eat humans for dinner. 

Our protagonists include Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman, who join the Survey Corps to hunt and kill titans. Eren is incredibly motivated and is hungry to kill titans, whereas Mikasa is laid back yet strong.

Attack on Titan will keep you on your toes with each episode, and you won’t find many other animes that will top the jubilation you will feel after watching this one.

Watch on Hulu

5. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Total Episodes: 69

IMDb rating: 9.1

Source: Netflix

Have you ever about how you would bring someone back from the dead if magic existed? You’re not alone! Turns out that the writer of Fullmetal Alchemist thought the same too! It is about two brothers – Edward and Alphonse Elric, living in Amestris, where magic is real and is called Alchemy.

The duo tries to bring their dead mother back. However, bringing someone is considered a taboo in the world they live in, and they pay for it. Edward, the elder brother, loses his right arm and left leg, whereas the younger brother Alphonse loses his body, and his soul is trapped in a suit of armor. Because alchemy has a basic principle: to obtain, something of equal value must be lost.

The anime follows the journey of the two brothers while they try to get their bodies back. En route, we find out the dark secrets of alchemy.

As the name suggests, the anime is entwined with brotherhood, love, and courage. There won’t be a dull moment while watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood!

Watch on Netflix

6. Bleach

Total Episodes: 369

IMDb rating: 8.1

The anime follows Ichigo and his friends as they travel through the Soul Society and indulge in fights.

Not only does Ichigo win my heart over and again, but the fight sequences in the anime are also super cool. Many have criticized Bleach for its overcrowded cast, but that’s something I like about it.

And if you were worried about the length of the anime, there are over 350 episodes to keep you occupied. 

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Apple Podcasts Celebrates The Best Shows Of 2023

After releasing the Apple Music Awards early this morning, Apple is now celebrating the best podcast shows of 2023. This year, Apple Podcasts Best of 2023 features shows and creators that “provided listeners with a powerful sense of connection in a challenging and uncertain time, curated by Apple Podcasts’ world-class editorial team.”

For the “Best Show of the Year” category, Apple Podcasts gave the award to “A Slight Change of Plans” with Maya Shankar from Pushkin Industries and the “Newcomer of the Year” award to “Anything for Selena” with Maria Garcia from WBUR and Futuro Studios.

According to Apple, “these deeply personal yet universally relatable shows grapple with profound change, perceptions of identity and self-worth, and the meaning of belonging, with thought-provoking discussions that reflect the human experience.”

“2023 marked the start of a new chapter for podcasting with shows that moved us in ways unlike ever before,” said Oliver Schusser, Apple’s vice president of Apple Music and Beats. “We are honored to recognize the phenomenal creators who are redefining podcasting with this year’s best shows, and to help more listeners around the world discover, enjoy, and support their inspiring work.”

In addition to Best Show of the Year and Newcomer of the Year, Apple Podcasts recognized a curated collection of shows and episodes that “defined and reflected 2023.” Here they are:

Shows of the Year according to Apple Podcasts

A Kids Book About: The Podcast with Matthew Winner, for taking a thoughtful, friendly, and considered approach to explaining the big things in life — fear, failure, and divorce, for instance — but also activism, sharing, and money, to kids.

Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain, for making listeners feel as though they’re her best friend, helping them through doubt and sadness with her unique frankness, keen observations, and genuine affection.

Good Inside with Dr. Becky, for Becky Kennedy’s calming, validating voice to parents everywhere, acknowledging that if this time (and parenting generally) feels hard, that’s because it is.

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang from Will Ferrell’s Big Money Players Network, for a joyfully escapist experience that takes listeners on a quirky, hilarious, and unforgettable journey into the beating heart of culture.

Pantsuit Politics with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, for offering a unique approach to the news and politics through grace-filled conversations that unpack the valid, complicated, hard differences that persist in this moment.

Teenager Therapy with Gael Aitor, Kayla Suarez, Mark Hugo, and Thomas Pham, for reminding everyone that direct, vulnerable conversations among friends — no matter the issue — is the best medicine.

The Experiment from The Atlantic and WNYC Studios with Julia Longoria, for elucidating the notion that countries — like people — are unfinished works in progress, and facilitating a dialogue about what it means to be a citizen.

The Midnight Miracle from Luminary with Talib Kweli, yasiin bey, and Dave Chappelle, for a completely original experience that transports listeners into the room with remarkable energy from its hosts and very special guests.

This Land from Crooked Media with Rebecca Nagle, for investigating and explaining the experiences of Native Americans to recontextualize America’s understanding of its own history.

U Up?” with Jordana Abraham and Jared Fried, for exploring the very real — often hilarious — concerns of trying to find a partner, with banter that keeps listeners coming back no matter their relationship status.

Maya Shankar from “A Slight Change of Plans” podcast

Episodes of the Year according to Apple Podcasts

A Friendly Ghost Story, about a painful, personal ghosting experience that explores the complexity of human relationships, from “Invisibilia” with Yowei Shaw and Kia Miakka Natisse by NPR.

Bubba Wallace, from Club Shay Shay by FOX Sports, which sees host Shannon Sharpe and Bubba Wallace, a Daytona 500 runner-up and the first African American driver to win Rookie of the Year in a NASCAR series, discuss the intersection of sports, politics, entertainment, and humanity.

Glorious Basterds, about a chance encounter with Paul Rudd at a movie theater that causes a formerly devout Jehovah’s Witness to rethink her future and embark on a new life, from “Storytime with Seth Rogen” by Earwolf.

How Do I Love Someone? a nonfiction rom-com about love during the pandemic, from “WILD” with Megan Tan by LAist Studios and KPCC.

My Parents, Ellen and Tom, a clear-eyed gem of an episode that sees host Ian Coss examine divorce by interviewing his parents about how and why their marriage ended without anger or recrimination, from “Forever is a Long Time.

The Body Mass Index, about the complicated history of the BMI and the “obesity epidemic,” from “Maintenance Phase” with Michael Hobbes.

The People in the Neighborhood, which examines the murder of George Floyd through the neighbors who bore witness to it, from “Still Processing” with Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris by the New York Times.

The Symphony, a mesmerizing, lyrical trip featuring Kevin Hart, Questlove, Mo Amer, Bill Burr, Pras, Michelle Wolf, and Jon Stewart, from “The Midnight Miracle” with Talib Kweli, yasiin bey, and Dave Chappelle, by Luminary.

The Unwritten Rules of Black TV, which traces the cyclical, uneven history of Black representation on television, from “The Experiment” with Hannah Giorgis by The Atlantic and WNYC Studios.

This Strange Story, about people who were completely cut off from the world when 9/11 happened and how they processed it, from “9/12” with Dan Taberski by Wondery and Pineapple Street Studios.

Maria Garcia from “Anything for Selena” podcast

Podcasts Charts

Apple Podcasts had also published new charts highlighting the most popular new shows, free channels, and individual shows and channels with subscriptions that launched this year in the US. Here are some of them:

Top New Shows

“We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle”

“Mommy Doomsday” with Keith Morrison from Dateline NBC

“The Apology Line” with Marissa Bridge from Wondery

“Dr. Death Season 3: Miracle Man” with Laura Beil from Wondery

“Murdaugh Murders” with Mandy Matney

“O.C. Swingers” with Justine Harman

“The Ezra Klein Show” from New York Times Opinion

“Suspect” with Eric Benson and Matthew Shaer from Wondery and Campside Media

“Dark History” with Bailey Sarian

“Unraveled” with Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen from discovery+

Top Free Channels


The New York Times

iHeartPodcast Network

Dateline NBC

Barstool Sports

ABC News


Exactly Right

Crooked Media

TED Audio Collective

Top Subscriptions – for Individual shows

“Bad Blood: The Final Chapter” with John Carreyrou

“The Just Enough Family” with Ariel Levy

“U Up?” with Jordana Abraham and Jared Freid

“Fresh Air” with Terry Gross

“The Handoff” with Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo

“How I Built This” with Guy Raz

“Chameleon” with Josh Dean, Vanessa Grigoriadis and Trevor Aaronson

“Diet Starts Tomorrow” with Aleen Dreksler and Sami Sage

“Planet Money” with Amanda Aronczyk, Erika Beras, Mary Childs, Jacob Goldstein, Sarah Gonzalez, Alexi Horowitz-Ghazi and Kenny Malone

“Swindled” with A Concerned Citizen

Top Subscriptions – for Channels



Sword and Scale

Tenderfoot TV


Pushkin Industries

Imperative Entertainment



The Athletic

As you know, here at 9to5Mac we also have our own podcasts that you can listen to on Apple Podcasts:

An hourlong weekly Apple news podcast called 9to5Mac Happy Hour released on Fridays

A brief news podcast called 9to5Mac Daily with episodes released Monday through Friday

A fortnightly Apple Watch podcast called 9to5Mac Watch Time released every other Wednesday

A weekly tech news podcast from the perspective of developers called Stacktrace released on Wednesdays

A biweekly podcast about Apple in the enterprise called Apple @ Work

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Mangaka Mou – A Distro For Manga And Anime Fans

There is a Linux for everyone. Whether you are a scientist, a gamer, a musician, a visual artist, a developer or common desktop user, you will find a distro to suit your needs. If you need a distro for older setups, you can find plenty. If you like the new and flashy, there will be many to pick from. But what if you are a Manga fan?

Animesoft has thought about manga and anime fans in need of a Linux distribution and created a Linux distro with just the right theme: Mangaka. It comes in different flavours, with a common underlying theme: Manga and anime art.

Mangaka flavours

Mangaka is based on Debian and Ubuntu. According to Animesoft Mangaka is “especially developed for the specific needs of the anime and manga community from Japan and world wide, including by default professional free software for fansubbing, web browsing, multimedia playback and 2D graphical creations as well codecs, java and flash out-of-the-box.”

They offer six flavours which are codenamed in a unique fashion. The three-letter codenames are “made from Animesoft-english and AnimeManga-japanese pronunciations:”

ONE (one/sister)

CHU (two/kiss)

MOE (more/sweetie)

NYU (new/cutie)

KOE (cool/sound)

MOU (most/already)

These codenames also mean different environments for different needs, or so the website seems to claim. It is interesting to note that some of these flavours are based on old, outdated systems.

ONE is meant for older PCs. The download is only 700MB, fitting on a CD, and features a lightweight Openbox environment. It is based on Ubuntu 8.10 which is quite outdated by any standard.

Note: Most probably (and as the name seems to indicate) this was the first Mangaka release. Unfortunately 8.10 is no longer supported, and even the system update will not work as the repositories have already been taken offline. The software included is very old (Firefox 3 being a good example of that), and the system is most likely insecure. This flavour is not recommended for daily use, not even on older hardware, and has only historical significance.

CHU was not available at the time of writing (it says “recreating” on the website).

MOE is meant for laptop use. This runs on a really old base, Ubuntu 10.0 (although LTS is nearing its end of support), and still features a GNOME 2 desktop.

NYU is one of the more up-to-date versions, with a 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 base which will be maintained for some years to come featuring the Pantheon desktop we know and love from elementary OS. The DE has been tuned to be best suited for touch screens.

KOE is also based on 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 and features a full KDE experience. This is meant for the Desktop PC with plenty of eye-candy.

The latest in the line, MOU, keeps the 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 base and offers the Mate desktop. It also comes with Apple and IBM PowerPC 64 bit architecture scripts, so you can run it on a Mac. (It will of course run on any 64 bit architecture.)

Mangaka MOU

To test the distro, the most recent release – Mangaka MOU – was installed. The Live environment booted up lighting fast (it literally took three seconds on a Virtual machine) into a visually intensive, albeit simple, MATE desktop session.

The installer itself is a standard-issue Ubuntu installer with probably a bit more purple.

After rebooting, the environment itself will not have changed much. It’s the same old simple MATE desktop. But what is under the hood is what really matters. The standard background is not manga-related, but of course hardcore fans will have some more on-the-track images to choose from.


Where Mangaka really stands apart from a simple re-skinned Ubuntu distro, besides the artwork, is the pre-installed software any hardcore manga/anime fan will find useful, in two areas in particular – graphics and education.

On the graphics side, Mangaka has MComix pre-installed. Unfortunately, no comics are included. Apparently distro is not so much about enjoying art but rather for creating it. Besides the usual contenders, GIMP and Inkscape, there are some interesting and unusual graphics applications OOB, such as Pinta, the cross-platform easy image creation program (modelled after paint.NET),

Tupi, “a design and authoring tool for digital artists interested in 2D Animation, offering an interface experience focused on 8-100 years old kids,”

and Synfig Studio, a FOSS 2D animation software that could be used to create  film-quality animations.

On the education side, you have:

Gijten, a Japanese-English dictionary

gWaei, which would make Japanese-English translations easy (although it comes with no preinstalled dictionaries)

Kana test, a game that helps you learn kana characters

Kanji browser, that will allow you to find kanji characters

Kiten, a Japanese reference and study tool

and Tagaini Jisho, a free Japanese dictionary and study tool

Mangaka MOU also comes with a generous selection of multimedia applications for creating and viewing/listening to multimedia content. The inclusion of LibreOffice, Google apps, and other essential pieces of Desktop software make Mangaka MOU an excellent all-round distro with a special emphasis on visual arts and Japanese language.


Mangaka Linux offers a great and refreshing desktop alternative. The pre-installed software make it essential for any serious manga or anime fan, but the distro reaches far beyond its goal. Mangaka might be useful for any visual artist, especially those who create 2D art like comic books, and anyone interested in or learning Japanese language and culture.

The latest versions are great, apart from a few glitches (for example, NYE will not work in a Virtualbox), but the older releases are so outdated that there doesn’t seem to be a reason to maintain them. That said, Mangaka developers will hopefully have the initiative to re-release Mangaka ONE on a more recent system base. After all, an Openbox based manga distro could really find its user base among manga fans using older hardware.

Attila Orosz

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Where Can You Stream The Best Jenna Ortega Movies And Tv Shows?


Jenna Ortega is one of the biggest rising stars in Hollywood. Making a name for herself in horror films, popular TV shows, and award-winning dramas after years as a child actor, her career is already a knockout and is poised to be huge for years to come. If you’re looking for where to start, we’ve compiled a list of the best Jenna Ortega movies and TV shows.

The following titles run the gamut from career-defining revelations to popular movies cementing Ortega’s stardom, from Netflix‘s smash streaming original hit Wednesday to HBO Max‘s critically-acclaimed school shooting drama The Fallout. Read on for tips on what to watch, and which streaming services to check them out on.

The best Jenna Ortega movies and TV shows

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 40-43 minutes per episode

Creator: Jennie Snyder Urman

Main cast: Gina Rodriguez, Andrea Navedo, Yael Grobglas. Justin Baldoni, Ivonne Coll, Jaime Camil

Genre: Comedy/romance/telenovela

Ratings: 7.9 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes


Netflix is still the leading premium streaming service, with over 200 million worldwide subscribers. It offers thousands of movies and TV shows to binge watch, including its always growing list of original films and series, including Stranger Things, The Witcher, Bridgerton, and many more.

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Stuck in the Middle (2023-2023)


What you need to know:

Rating: TV-G

Runtime: 21-24 minutes per episode

Creator: Alison Brown

Main cast: Jenna Ortega, Ronni Hawk, Isaak Presley, Ariana Greenblatt, Kayla Maisonet, Nicolas Bechtel, Malachi Barton, Cerina Vincent, Joe Nieves

Genre: Family/comedy

Ratings: 6.2 – IMDB / NA – Rotten Tomatoes

Disney Plus

Disney Plus offers thousands of TV episodes and movies from across the Disney library, including its Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel shows and films, along with exclusive TV series and movies.

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You (2023-ongoing)


What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Runtime: 41-60 minutes per episode

Creator: Greg Berlanti, Sera Gamble

Main cast: Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti, Elizabeth Lail

Genre: Thriller

Ratings: 7.7 – IMDB / 92% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 47-59 minutes per episode

Creator: Alfred Gough, Miles Millar

Main cast: Jenna Ortega, Gwendoline Christie, Riki Lindhome, Christina Ricci

Genre: Comedy/horror

Ratings: 8.1 – IMDB / 71% – Rotten Tomatoes

Based on the classic Addams Family comics, Wednesday, directed by Time Burton, follows the Addams daughter as she settles into her new life at the Nevermore Academy, where she seeks to solve a 25-year-old mystery involving her parents.

One of Ortega’s more high-profile roles, Wednesday was a massive hit for Netflix, and impossible to imagine its success without Ortega’s deadpan delivery and infectiously dark charm.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Netflix.

The Fallout (2023)


What you need to know:

Rating: R

Runtime: 92 minutes

Director: Megan Park

Main cast: Jenna Ortega, Maddie Ziegler, Julie Bowen, John Ortiz

Genre: Drama

Ratings: 7 – IMDB / 93% – Rotten Tomatoes


Max, formerly HBO Max, is your home for HBO titles, Warner Bros-made movies and TV shows, the DC Comics superheroes, and more. It’s also the home for new and original movies and shows available nowhere else.

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Yes Day (2023)


What you need to know:

Rating: PG

Runtime: 89 minutes

Director: Miguel Arteta

Main cast: Jennifer Garner, Edgar Ramírez, Jenna Ortega

Genre: Family/comedy

Ratings: 5.7 – IMDB / 51% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Runtime: 106 minutes

Director: Ti West

Main cast: Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson, Brittany Snow, Owen Campbell, Stephen Ure, Scott Mescudi

Genre: Horror

Ratings: 6.6 – IMDB / 94% – Rotten Tomatoes

A producer and a group of actors head out to a secluded cabin to shoot a porn film in the 70s in this 2023 sleeper hit from Ti West. As the crew tries to get their film complete, they have increasingly disturbing run-ins with the property owners.

X is full of strong performances, and while the spotlight is mostly on Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega shows a new side of herself in this chilling, grimy horror film. Following many youthful roles, she is a standout as a young woman trying her hand at adult entertainment and learning that she likes it more than she expected.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Showtime.


Showtime offers up great movies and some of the best and most innovative original TV shows, and you can get all of that for a low monthly price.

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Scream (2023)


What you need to know:

Rating: R

Runtime: 114 minutes

Director: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett

Main cast: Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Neve Campbell, Jack Quaid, Courteney Cox, David Arquette

Genre: Horror

Ratings: 6.3 – IMDB / 76% – Rotten Tomatoes

Paramount Plus

Paramount Plus includes thousands of movies and TV shows from CBS, Showtime, and Paramount Pictures. It also includes new and original movies like The Good Fight, Infinite, and more.

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The 23 Best Apple Tv Plus Shows You Should Be Watching In 2023

Apple TV Plus

Apple TV Plus shows started immediately with the streaming service’s launch in November 2023, joining the fray among other Netflix alternatives. Since then, we have seen a small but steady trickle of new series debut on the service, and now there’s enough content to dive deep into its selections. So, which are the best Apple TV Plus shows? Good question, and one we aim to explore here.

As you will see, the original Apple TV Plus series already have a variety of content, from children’s shows to more mature series for older members of your household.

Remember, if you buy a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV box, you get three months of the service for free. For everyone else, you can sign up now for Apple TV Plus for $6.99 a month, following a seven-day free trial, at the link below.

Apple TV Plus

Apple TV Plus has quickly become a major player in the streaming game since its launch in 2023. Its slate of original programming includes shows like Ted Lasso, The Morning Show, Foundation, and For All Mankind as well as movies like The Banker, Greyhound, and Palmer.

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Best Apple TV Plus shows:

Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best Apple TV Plus shows regularly as new ones hit the streaming service.

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Brett Goldstein, Jason Segel, Bill Lawrence

Main cast: Harrison Ford, Jason Segel, Jessica Williams, Luke Tennie, Michael Urie, Lukita Maxwell, Christa Miller

Genre: Comedy/Drama

Ratings: 8.1 – IMDB / 82% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Nicholas Stoller, Francesca Delbanco

Main cast: Rose Byrne, Seth Rogen, Luke Macfarlane, Tre Hale, Andrew Lopez, Carla Gallo, Alisha Wainwright

Genre: Comedy

Ratings: 6.9 – IMDB / 92% – Rotten Tomatoes

The Essex Serpent (2023)

Apple tv plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-14

Seasons: 1

Creator: Anna Symon

Main cast: Claire Danes, Tom Hiddleston, Frank Dillane, Clémence Poésy, Hayley Squires

Genre: Historical Drama

Ratings: 6.3 – IMDB / 76% – Rotten Tomatoes

Bad Sisters (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Malin-sarah Gozin

Main cast: Sharon Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Claes Bang, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene

Genre: Family Drama/Mystery

Ratings: 8.3 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes

Ted Lasso (2023-2023)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 2

Creator: Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, Bill Lawrence

Main cast: Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple

Genre: Sports Comedy

Ratings: 8.8 – IMDB / 95% – Rotten Tomatoes

Jason Sudeikis plays the title character, a US football coach sent to coach a major professional UK football (a.k.a. soccer) team. Ted Lasso tries to make up for his lack of soccer knowledge with his confidence and spirit.

This is one of the funniest of the Apple TV Plus shows, and also one of its most heartwarming series. You cannot help but smile as Lasso does his best to uplift his players. Season 3, due sometime in 2023, cannot come soon enough.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Apple TV Plus.

The Last Thing He Told Me (2023)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Laura Dave, Josh Singer

Main cast: Jennifer Garner. Angourie Rice, Aisha Tyler, Augusto Aguilera, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Ratings: 6.9 – IMDB / 46% – Rotten Tomatoes

Mythic Quest (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 3

Creator: Charlie Day, Megan Ganz, Rob McElhenney

Main cast: Rob McElhenney, Charlotte Nicdao, Danny Pudi, Ashly Burch, Naomi Ekperigin

Genre:  Workplace Comedy

Ratings: 7.8 – IMDB / 96% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-G

Seasons: 1

Creator: Jim Henson

Main cast: John Tartaglia, Karen Prell, Donna Kimball, Jordan Lockhart, Dave Goelz

Genre: Fantasy/Puppets

Ratings: 8.2 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes

Dickinson (2023-2023)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-14

Seasons: 3

Director: Alena Smith

Main cast: Hailee Steinfeld, Toby Huss, Jane Krakowski, Adrian Blake Enscoe, Anna Baryshnikov

Genre: Historical Fiction/Comedy

Ratings: 7.6 – IMDB / 92% – Rotten Tomatoes

Little America (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-14

Seasons: 2

Creator: Lee Eisenberg, Emily V. Gordon,  Kumail Nanjiani

Genre: Anthology/Drama

Ratings: 7.5 – IMDB / 97% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 3

Creator: Steven Knight

Main cast: Jason Momoa, Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, Christian Camargo, Archie Madekwe

Genre: Post-Apocalypse/Action/Drama

Ratings: 7.6 – IMDB / 63% – Rotten Tomatoes

This series takes place hundreds of years after an unnamed global disaster blinds all humans. One of the women in one of the few remaining human tribes gives birth to twins who can see, and now a rival tribe plots to take the twins.

This is a very different look at a post-apocalypse Earth setting. The premise of sightless people struggling just to survive is well handled, and Jason Momoa’s performance as a warrior in one of these tribes is excellent.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Apple TV Plus.

Silo (2023)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Graham Yost

Main cast: Rebecca Ferguson, Common, Harriet Walter, Chinaza Uche, Avi Nash, Rick Gomez, Tim Robbins

Genre: Drama, Science Fiction

Ratings: 8.3 – IMDB / 87% – Rotten Tomatoes

Servant (2023-2023)


What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 3

Creator: Tony Basgallop

Main cast: Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Rupert Grint, Nell Tiger Free, Sunita Mani

Genre: Horror

Ratings: 7.5 – IMDB / 88% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-14

Seasons: 2

Creator: Ken Daurio, Cinco Paul

Main cast: Keegan-Michael Key, Cecily Strong, Dove Cameron, Jaime Camil, Ariana DeBose, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Musical

Ratings: 7.3 – IMDB / 89% – Rotten Tomatoes

When a couple whose relationship is on the rocks goes for a hike, they suddenly find themselves stuck in a bizarre world that runs on the rules of classical musicals. To get back, they’ll have to find true love, but not necessarily with each other.

One of the best Apple TV Plus shows, Schmigadoon! is full of rewarding references to existing stage and screen musicals, and it features knockout performances by a gifted cast of performers.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Apple TV Plus.

Severance (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Dan Erickson

Main cast: Adam Scott, Britt Lower, Patricia Arquette, Zach Cherry, Tramell Tillman

Genre:  Workplace Drama

Ratings: 8.7 – IMDB / 97% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 3

Creator: Annie Weisman

Main cast: Rose Byrne, Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci, Paul Sparks, Ashley Liao

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Ratings: 7.3 – IMDB / 78% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 3

Creator: Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert, Ben Nedivi

Main cast: Joel Kinnaman, Shantel VanSanten, Jodi Balfour, Sonya Walger, Krys Marshall

Genre: Alternate History

Ratings: 8.0 – IMDB / 90% – Rotten Tomatoes

The Snoopy Show (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-G

Seasons: 2

Creator: Rob Boutilier, Mark Evestaff, Alex Galatis

Main cast: Tyler Nathan, Terry McGurrin, Rob Tinkler, Christian Dal Dosso, Isabella Leo

Genre: Animated comedy

Ratings: 8.0 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: David West Read

Main cast: Chris O’Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis, Ally Maki, Damon Gupton, Josh Segarra, Crystal Fox, Sammy Fourlas

Genre: Comedy/Science Fiction

Ratings: 6.4 – IMDB / 91% – Rotten Tomatoes

Shining Girls (2023)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Silka Luisa

Main cast: Elisabeth Moss, Wagner Moura, Phillipa Soo, Chris Chalk, Amy Brenneman

Genre: Crime Mystery

Ratings: 7.4 – IMDB / 84% – Rotten Tomatoes

Kirby Mazrachi works as an archivist for the Chicago Sun-Times. When a woman is killed in a manner similar to an assault she survived several years ago, she begins her own investigation.

Elisabeth Moss shines in the role of Kirby in this mystery series. Both the character and the audience are given some weird narrative twists in this tale, and it keeps us guessing what’s really going on.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Apple TV Plus.

Black Bird (2023)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-MA

Seasons: 1

Creator: Dennis Lehane

Main cast: Taron Egerton, Ray Liotta, Greg Kinnear, Sepideh Moafi, Paul Walter Hauser

Genre: Crime/Prison Drama

Ratings: 8.1 – IMDB / 97% – Rotten Tomatoes

Slow Horses (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-14

Seasons: 2

Creator: Mick Herron

Main cast: Gary Newman, Jack Lowden, Kristin Scott Thomas

Genre: Spy Drama

Ratings: 7.8 – IMDB / 98% – Rotten Tomatoes

Ghostwriter (2023-ongoing)

Apple TV Plus

What you need to know:

Rating: TV-G

Seasons: 3

Creator: Luke Matheny

Main cast: Nour Assaf, Princess K. Mapp, Daire McLeod, Isaac Arellanes, Amadi Chapata

Genre: Literary fantasy

Ratings: 5.7 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes

This reboot of the classic children’s TV series focuses on four kids. They are in a magical bookshop where they solve mysteries with the help of literary characters that come to life.

If you want to introduce your children to the love of reading, this TV series could help out. The acting and stories are solid and the kids in the cast are wonderful in their roles.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Apple TV Plus.

That’s it for now! Apple TV Plus adds new content almost weekly, so be sure to check back and see how our list evolves over time.

Here Are The 20 Best Disney Plus Reality Shows You Can Watch In 2023


Disney Plus reality shows have been part of the streaming service since it launched in November 2023. Indeed, the majority of exclusive original shows on Disney Plus are documentary and unscripted programs, with new shows and movies landing on the service every week. So which ones are the best?

Let’s take a look at the best Disney Plus reality shows that are currently available. As you will see, they range from competition shows to behind-the-scenes at Disney to a unique show that brings together former high school students to recreate their school musical.

If you want to watch these shows for yourself, be sure to sign up for Disney Plus at the link below:

Disney Plus annual subscription

12 months for the price of 10

This streaming service is the home of all Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars movies. It’s also got a bunch of exciting originals like The Mandalorian, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, and more.

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The best Disney Plus reality shows:

Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best Disney Plus reality shows regularly as new ones hit the streaming service.

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 60 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Jason Cohen

Main cast: Kristen Bell

Genre: Music

Ratings: 7.6 – IMDB / 70% – Rotten Tomatoes

The World According to Jeff Goldblum (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 30 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: National Geographic

Main cast: Jeff Goldblum

Genre: Documentary/science/culture

Ratings: 7.6 – IMDB / 83% – Rotten Tomatoes

Shop Class (2023)

Rating: TV-G

Runtime: 45 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Hanger 56

Main cast: Kelly Ractham, Justin Long

Genre: Game show/family

Ratings: 6.9 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

This competition series, hosted by Justin Long, pits teams of young DIY builders against one another. They are challenged in each episode to build cool creations based on themes like minigolf courses, bridges, picnic tables, and more.

A great choice for the whole family, Shop Class is educational, collaborative, and a ton of fun. This series may inspire you to head to the garage and build something cool with your tools.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Disney Plus.

Be Our Chef (2023)

Rating: TV-G

Runtime: 25 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Eric Day, Mark Koops

Main cast: Angela Kinsey, DeMaryo Platt

Genre: Cooking/competition

Ratings: 6.5 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Marvel’s Hero Project (2023-2023)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 27 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Marvel New Media

Main cast: Various

Genre: Documentary/family

Ratings: 6.8 – IMDB / 92% – Rotten Tomatoes

Pick of the Litter (2023-2023)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 31 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Dana Nachman, Don Hardy

Main cast: Various

Genre: Animals/nature/documentary

Ratings: 8 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

If you love dogs, then this reality show on Disney Plus is for you. You can watch as six puppies are trained to become guide dogs for the blind. You see them taught how to lead their masters by their training guides, all the way to when they leave their trainers to join with their new masters.

It’s cute and heartwarming, and you may need some tissues in some places. Direcotrs Dana Nachman and Don Hardy created Pick of the Litter for Disney Plus, based on their own 2023 film of the same name. It’s a perfect choice for animal lovers everywhere.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Disney Plus.

Breaking Bobby Bones (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 22 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: BBC Studios

Main cast: Bobby Bones

Genre: Documentary

Ratings:  7.3 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Dancing with the Stars (2005-ongoing)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 120 minutes per episode (2023-present)

Director/Creator: Alex Rudzinski, Phil Heyes

Main cast: Various

Genre: Competition/dance

Ratings: 4.8 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Foodtastic (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 41 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Rich Kim

Main cast: Keke Palmer, Amirah Kassem, Benny Rivera, Anthony Mendez

Genre: Food/competition

Ratings: 4.7 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 54 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Darren Aronofsky, Ari Handel

Main cast: Chris Hemsworth

Ratings: 8.1 – IMDB / 88% – Rotten Tomatoes

Prop Culture (2023)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 36 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Jason C. Henry, Dan Lanigan

Main cast: Daniel Lanigan

Genre: Documentary/pop culture

Ratings: 8.1 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Rennervations (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 25-34 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Zach Merck

Main cast: Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Vanessa Hudgens, Anil Kapoor, Sebastián Yatra

Genre: Family/travel/lifestyle

Ratings:  7.3 – IMDB / 71% – Rotten Tomatoes

Welcome to Earth (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 43 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Darren Aronofsky

Main cast: Will Smith

Genre: Documentary/nature

Ratings:  7.9 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes

Two-time Academy Award nominee, and the Fresh Prince himself, Will Smith, takes viewers on a wild journey, exploring Earth’s greatest wonders, from the highest mountain peaks to the deepest parts of the ocean, and everywhere in between. Smith is guided by some of the world’s foremost explorers in this six-part documentary series from National Geographic and celebrated filmmaker Darren Aronofsky.

If you like shows like Limitless with Chris Hemsworth, and watching your favorite stars test their personal limits, this will likely be a good choice for you. Or if you simply like to learn about nature and faraway places, it’ll have something to offer.

Ready to watch? You can find the show right here on Disney Plus.

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 47 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Jon Kroll

Main cast: Gordon Ramsay

Genre: Travel/food

Ratings: 7.7 – IMDB / 75% – Rotten Tomatoes

Life Below Zero (2013-ongoing)

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 45 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Joseph Litzinger, Travis Shakespeare, Kevin Tao Mohs

Main cast: Chip Hailstone, Agnes Hailstone, Sue Aikens, Andy Bassich

Genre: Docuseries/survival/nature

Ratings:  7.9 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Rogue Trip (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 39 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Jeanmarie Condon

Main cast: Bob Woodruff, Mack Woodruff

Genre: Documentary/biography/family

Ratings:  7.1 – IMDB / 100% – Rotten Tomatoes

Inside Pixar (2023)

Rating: TV-G

Runtime: 10 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Erica Milsom, Tony Kaplan

Main cast: Various

Genre: Documentary/pop culture

Ratings: 7.3 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Becoming (2023)

Rating: TV-PG

Runtime: 24 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: LeBron James, Maverick Carter

Main cast: Various

Genre: Documentary/biography/family

Ratings: 7.1 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Running Wild with Bear Grylls (2023-ongoing)

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 45 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Delbert Shoopman

Main cast: Bear Grylls

Genre: Survival

Ratings: 7.6 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

Brain Games (2011-2023)

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 45 minutes per episode

Director/Creator: Jerry Kolber, Bill Margol

Main cast: Keegan-Michael Key, Neil Patrick Harris, Jason Silva, Chuck Nice

Genre: Game show/quiz/trivia

Ratings: 8.2 – IMDB / N/A – Rotten Tomatoes

That’s our look at the best Disney Plus reality shows. Again, be sure to sign up for Disney Plus to check these shows out at the link below:

Disney Plus

Disney Plus offers thousands of TV episodes and movies from across the Disney library, including its Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel shows and films, along with exclusive TV series and movies.

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