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Apple TV+ will air "Everything but Jon Hamm." during this weekend's NFL playoff games.
Hosted by the evergreen actor cum producer Joh Hamm. This new series will take a closer peek at the lifestyle, works, and day-to-day events that happen in the life of your beloved celebrities.
Here’s everything you need to know about this new series…

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Apple TV+ shared the hilarious new ad "Everyone but Jon Hamm" that will be airing in the NFL game this week, as per Adweek.

According to Jon Hamm, he must have his show on Apple TV+.

In the streaming service's new spot+, the previously-starred Mad Men star finds himself at home, alone, perusing the streaming platform's content that appears to include all actors in Hollywood but not him.

"Hey Apple, did I do something to offend you?" Hamm asks. "I mean Samuel L. Jackson, Billie Eilish, Tom Holland, Chris Evans? "What is it with Jon Hamm?" asks Jon.

The "Everyone but Jon Hamm" spot will air at this weekend's NFL playoff games, highlighting Apple's collection of original TV and film series, which includes the breakout success Ted Lasso, Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Aniston's The Morning Show, and Tom Hanks' Finch and Greyhound.

The latest campaign by TBWA Media Arts Lab—which will launch on a Saturday during the NFL playoff games as part of a global multi-platform launch—highlights the streaming service's original programs and highlights its top talent.

"Literally everyone," an unhappy Hamm declares. "Jon Stewart? It just goes on and on. "

Apple TV+ launched in late 2019 amid a flood of streaming services that have recently launched.

Although it was not without its struggles initially, it has seen several notable programming changes that include the hiring of Stewart as his very first host position after leaving The Daily Show in 2015.

It's been around two years since Apple TV+ began rolling out, and Apple hasn't yet released any concrete numbers on the number of users who subscribe.

Hamm adds even more superstar power. Hamm brings even more star power to Apple TVplus.

Hamm is an Emmy award-winning actor who made his debut as a brand spokesperson in 2016 in the H & R Block campaign. He was also the lead in the Canadian advertisements for Skip the Dishes and is the long-running narrator for Mercedes-Benz's ads.

In the commercial, the star Jon Hamm sits in an extravagant home and is scrolling through Apple TV+ as he comically complains about the fact that Apple's original TV shows, as well as films, are filled with big names and even himself.

Hamm refers to the many actors who are featured as characters in Apple TV+ originals, including Samuel L. Jackson, Billie Eilish, Tom Holland, Chris Evans, Jason Sudeikis, Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Jason Momoa, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Mahershala Ali, Octavia Spencer, Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and Jon Stewart.

"With Hollywood's biggest stars in front of and behind the camera, Apple TV+ has pretty much everyone... but Jon Hamm," stated Apple.

At $4.99 per month or $49.99 annually, Apple's streaming video service competes with similar services like Netflix as well as Disney+. Apple TV+ offers nearly 100 original films and series, including the popular comedy series that won awards, Tad Lasso.

"Seriously, I could have done Lasso," Hamm said. Hamm was distraught.

Best TV shows to watch on Apple TV+

1. The Morning Show

The Morning Show is an action drama that takes place behind the scenes of, you guessed it, a morning television news program. The show stars Jennifer Aniston in her first series since Friends.

The show also features Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell as the story of the journalist unfolds.

If this show had been in a similar way to Netflix (i.e., on a platform that is a little more popular), it could have received all the praise for its themes about sexual harassment at work and everything that comes with it. The second season is streaming right now.

2. Ted Lasso

Ted Lasso is one of the most charming television shows we've seen in quite a while. If you're in the UK, it's a bit of an odd glimpse of a US American football coach that is brought over to instruct a group of football players.

Lasso is a positive person, and it's hard not to be captivated by his outlook on life. Although it's US-made, it represents the UK very well.

3. Defending Jacob

The show "Defending Jacob" The show sees Chris Evans swap spandex for the courtroom in a short series about a family fighting to defend their son against being accused of murdering a classmate.

It's a terrifying experience at times, considering the subject matter, but it's refreshing to witness Evans leave behind the large budgets and focus on something more sophisticated.

It's based on the best-selling novel written by William Landay.

4. SEE

It was the Apple TV Plus launch that saw the world premiere of the See trailer, which is an original Apple TV show starring Jason Momoa and Oscar nominee Alfre Woodard.

A depiction of a civilization that was built on people who have lost their capacity to perceive, the series is about a new generation of people who are born with miraculous eyes unharmed.

This is a gritty venture created by Apple and isn't all that successful, but you're aware that there will be more when a second season is set to air.

5. For All Mankind

The show focuses on how the world could be if Russia beat the US in landing a man on the moon. All Mankind begins in the 60s and follows the staggering problem.

The show is continuing as technology develops and the years pass by, with lots of action and intrigue for good measure.

6. Servant

Written by Tony Basgallop for The Servant is about the story of a Philadelphia couple grieving over the death of their infant.

It's an emotional one, to put it mildly, as a mysterious force is taking over-we're not going to say anything more. We're not planning to divulge the entire story. With Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, and Rupert Grint, it has an impressive roster.

7. Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet

Mythic Quest is a fun show that hopes to emulate Silicon Valley, charting a video game company's progress when they launch and attempting to stay at the top of the game.

The show is created by Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney, who wrote the cult classic It's Only Sunny in Philadelphia, and, while it's not able to achieve the same level of success, it's an enjoyable show to watch.

It's the second season on the market today and is still one of the most entertaining things to watch on television right now.

8. Dickinson

Apple revealed the much-anticipated Dickinson trailer ahead of its release--and it was true that it was a fun-filled minute.

It stars Hailee Steinfeld as the rebellious writer Emily Dickinson, in a comedy series with a fusion of contemporary comedy and classic attire.


The trailer of “Everything but Jon Hamm” is already out now on youtube.

Thus, if you are a fan of late-night talk shows, you most certainly will love this new series. Exclusively available of Apple TV+.