Apple TV+'s June lineup has the Jake Gyllenhaal-led thriller series Presumed Innocent, documentary Bread & Roses, drama series Land of Women, animated series Wondla and the movie Fancy Dance.

June 12

Presumed Innocent: The series comes to Apple TV+

Jake Gyllenhaal, Presumed Innocent still from Apple TV+

The show is an eight-episode series adaptation of Scott Turow's 1984 New York Times best-selling novel of the same name. Gyllenhall is joined by Ruth Negga, Bill Camp, Peter Sarsgaard and Lily Rabe. It was previously adapted into a feature film in 1990 starring Harrison Ford and the late Raul Julia. Eleven-time Primetime Emmy Award winning-writer David E. Kelley adapted Presumed Innocent in series format. Gyllenhaal also served as executive producer with J.J. Abrams.

Gyllenhaal plays chief deputy prosecutor Rožat “Rusty” Sabich, who goes through a thrilling journey through a murder that shocks the Chicago Prosecuting Attorney’s office when someone on the inside is accused of the crime.

June 21

Bread & Roses

In 2021, Kabul fell to the Taliban and women's rights and livelihoods have never recovered. The documentary Bread & Roses follows the story of three women who who struggle against their circumstances to preserve what's left of their autonomy. Directed by Sahra Mani, the film depicts the Afghan women's spirit and resilience.

June 26

Land of Women

The drama comedy Land of Women stars Eva Longoria, who plays Gala, a New Yorker whose daughter recently left for university. Her life is turned upside down when her husband's financial improprieties forces her to leave the city with her mother and daughter.

To make sure that they are one step ahead of the dangerous criminals to whom her husband owes money, the three women end up hiding in a small town in northern Spain. It's the same town Gala's mother escaped from half a century ago. Now the three generations of women need to figure out a way to start fresh while keeping their identities under wraps.

June 28


The animated feature WondLa follows the story of the teenaged Eva who is being raised by a robot, Muthr, in a technologically advanced bunker. Instead of a 16th birthday party, her home is attacked and she's forced to go up to the Earth's surface.

Actually, it's no longer Earth but Orbona. There are aliens around and otherworldly fauna abound. Plus, there's no longer any humans around. However, there are a whole new cast of characters such as the lovable giant waterbear Otto, who shares Eva's telepathic powers; the grumpy alien with a mysterious past, Rovender; and Muthr.

Fancy Dance

Academy Award-nominee Lily Gladstone plays Jax, who is taking care of her niece Roki (Isabel Deroy-Olson) whose mother, Jax's sister, disappeared. The aunt and niece live on the Seneca-Cayuga reservation in Oklahoma. While Jax is looking for her sister, she's also helping Roki to prepare for a powwow. What starts out as a search turns into an investigation into the complications and contradictions that is the Indigenous women's life.