7 Shows Apple TV Plus Renewed in 2024, and 3 That Got Canceled

7 Shows Apple TV Plus Renewed in 2024, and 3 That Got Canceled
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The stats are not so bad so far.

Unfortunately for viewers who like to try new shows and are always looking for something new, streaming platforms and studios aren't very generous when it comes to renewing their shows. This has already been pointed out by Netflix viewers who are unhappy with unfair and abrupt cancellations, but the same can be said of most platforms.

Apple TV Plus, however, is a different story. Out of the 10 TV shows that the network has had to make a decision on so far in 2024, only 3 have been canceled, while 7 have been renewed. Check out the list below to see which ones didn't survive.

RENEWED: Criminal Record

Cush Jumbo and Peter Capaldi 's crime drama is everything the best the genre has to offer. It's dark and gritty, aesthetically pleasing and truly compelling. The show does a great job of portraying police work and an interesting dynamic between the young and restless detective striving for justice and the seasoned officer with a skeptical approach.

RENEWED: Slow Horses

Based on the Slough House by Mick Herron, this show has yet to see its fourth season, but has already been renewed for a fifth by the streamer. Starring Gary Oldman as Jackson Lamb, the head of MI5 Slow Horses department for those agents who didn't make it in the agency but weren't fired, this thriller keeps viewers on the edge of their seats.

CANCELED: Schmigadoon

When a couple whose love life isn't what they once imagined goes hiking and stumbles into another universe, they want to leave immediately. But the musical chaos of Schmigadoon will not let them out until they find true love. Until then, they'll have to learn to live in a never-ending song and dance show.


One of the best Apple TV Plus’ thrillers starring Idris Elba as Sam Nelson, a negotiator who has to talk down the terrorists who hijacked his plane, has been renewed for season 2. Season 1 consisted of 7 gripping episodes, and landed on 88% on Rotten Tomatoes. Hopefully, the second season will be just as successful.

RENEWED: Monarch: Legacy of Monsters

Another installment in the wildly popular Godzilla franchise, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, takes place after the 2014 movie and follows members of the Monarch organization as they encounter Godzilla and other monsters called Titans. Now, the show has been renewed for a second season, with even more monsters in store for viewers.

CANCELED: Constellation

Even though Apple TV Plus' latest sci-fi series attracted a large audience and had an open door to a second season, the network decided not to pick it up. Thus, Jo Ericsson's story ends with only one season, leaving Constellation as a very entertaining miniseries to binge over the weekend.

RENEWED: Invasion

The most multicultural show on the streamer to date tells a universally relatable story of an alien invasion of Earth. With the very existence of humanity now threatened, it's up to the special forces to deal with it, while ordinary people are left to survive on their own and try to figure out the new world order.

RENEWED: For All Mankind

Another space series on Apple TV Plus stands out for two reasons. First, it is based on real historical events and the race that NASA entered with the Soviet astronauts when Alexei Leonov first landed on the moon. Second, each season of the show is set in a different decade, from the 1970s to the 2000s.


The sweet comedy for all chronic insomniacs didn't make it to season 2. However, the hilarious and challenging situations that Lisa and her new sleep-deprived friend Danny have to endure together still make for an extremely entertaining show that is well worth watching. Particularly late at night.

RENEWED: The Last Thing He Told Me

Though The Last Thing He Told Me was panned by critics and audiences alike, with a 42% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the thriller was given a second chance to right its own wrongs. Hannah Hall's search for answers will continue in a second season, though there is no word yet on when the series will return.