New to Apple TV+ in January

Next month Apple TV+ will premiere a Justin Timberlake movie, a series about a filmmaker who becomes obsessed with a femme fatale, and the second seasons of Dickinson and Servant.

Palmer (January 29) stars Timberlake as former high school football star Eddie Palmer, who goes from hometown hero to convicted felon.

After 12 years in prison, he returns home to Louisiana and moves back in with Vivian (June Squibb), the grandmother who raised him.

While trying to quietly rebuild his life, he becomes the reluctant carer of his hard-living neighbour’s bullied young son (Ryder Allen) and embarks on a relationship with his teacher, Maggie (Alisha Wainwright)  — only for his past to jeopardise everything.

Losing Alice (January 22) is billed as a “cinematic neo-noir psychological thriller” about an ageing film director (Ayelet Zurerand) and her growing obsession with a much younger screenwriter (Lihi Kornowski) whose dark and troubled script appears more truth than fiction.

S2 of Dickinson will follow the young poet Emily Dickinson (Hailee Stanfield) as she is pulled out of her private literary life and thrust into the public eye while struggling with the sense that the pursuit of fame might be dangerous.

It will open with three episodes on January 8; seven more eps will premiere weekly thereafter.

S2 of Servant (January 15) will take a supernatural turn as Leanne returns to the brownstone and her true nature is revealed.

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