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10 new business & startup movies to watch on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ was one of the newer entrants in the highly competitive landscape of streaming services. Launched on November 1, 2019, it forms a part of Apple Inc.’s strategy to diversify its revenue streams.

Upon its launch, Apple TV+ had the benefit of a large potential customer base, thanks to the millions of people who already own Apple devices. To capitalize on this advantage, Apple offered free subscriptions to Apple TV+ to customers purchasing new Apple products, a strategy designed to attract an initial viewer base. However, Apple TV+ faced challenges in terms of content; it launched with only a handful of original shows and movies, unlike platforms like Netflix, which have vast libraries of both original and licensed content.

Over time, Apple TV+ has heavily invested in high-quality original programming, collaborating with high-profile actors, directors, and producers to create exclusive content for its platform. To delve deeper into this content offering, we’ve curated a list of 10 new and exciting business and startup movies released between 2022 and 2023 in this article. From biographical tales to humorous narratives, these movies present diverse viewpoints on the trials, triumphs, and tribulations in the business realm.


The show explores the concept of “work-life balance” by introducing viewers to Mark Scout and his team at Lumon Industries. These employees have undergone a surgical procedure that separates their work memories from their personal lives. As they navigate this surreal corporate landscape, questions about the essence of their employment are raised, especially when a new recruit refuses to conform to the expected norms. The show promises unexpected twists and revelations as the characters seek to unravel the real meaning behind their 9-to-5 jobs. Released in 2022, Severance has earned an IMDb rating of 8.7/10

Super League: The War for Football

A 2023 release, The War for Football captures the dramatic days following the announcement of the European Super League. The four-part docu-series features interviews from owners of top-tier clubs, fans, and sports pundits. While offering a balanced perspective, it has been critiqued for not adequately exploring the financial implications for fans. However, it remains an essential viewing for anyone intrigued by the complexities of modern football. They obtained an IMDb score of 7.5/10


The film narrates the true story behind the iconic video game set against the backdrop of the Cold War. Henk Rogers, a Dutch game designer, travels to Moscow to meet Alexey Pajitnov, the creator of Tetris. Together, they navigate legal and political challenges to bring the game to the world, forming an enduring friendship along the way. Released in 2023, this movie boasts an IMDb rating of 7.4/10.

We Crashed

The series follows the quick rise and sudden fall of WeWork, a startup that quickly escalated by offering flexible workspaces but ended up in scandal. The story focuses on co-founders Adam and Rebekah Neumann and explores the balance between big dreams and unrealistic expectations. Serving as a cautionary tale about the risks of unchecked ambition in startups, this 2022 show has an IMDb score of 7.3/10.

Stephen Curry: Underrated

Another new release from 2023 with an IMDb rating of 7.3. This sports documentary follows Steph Curry’s journey from an underestimated high school player to an NBA superstar. The film emphasizes his confidence as his “superpower,” although it has been criticized for lacking analytical depth.

Wanted: The Escape of Carlos Ghosn

The four-part documentary examines the life of the former Nissan-Renault CEO, focusing on his corporate successes, arrest, and daring escape from Japan. It offers a compelling blend of interviews and narrative twists, making it much more than just a corporate saga. Also released in 2023, this show comes with an IMDb rating of 7.1/10

The Big Conn

The show takes a deep dive into the life of Eric C. Conn, a Kentucky attorney who swindled $550 million from the U.S. government. The series uncovers systemic failures that enabled his criminal activities, making it a cautionary tale for everyone. Released in 2022, has garnered an IMDb rating of 7.1/10


This series follows billionaire Molly Novak, whose life takes a tumultuous turn following a cheating scandal. Forced to confront her behaviour, she learns invaluable lessons about responsibility and redemption, particularly from Sofia Salinas, the manager of a charity foundation she just discovered she owns. Released in 2022, the series has an IMDb rating of 6.8/10. It concludes with a thought-provoking and comedic reflection: Should billionaires even exist?

The Beanie Bubble

Released in 2023 and earning an IMDb rating of 6.3/10, this TV show is based on the Beanie Baby craze of the ’90s. The narrative focuses on three fictional women based on real people close to the story, who played integral roles in Ty Warner’s success. While the show aims to shift the focus from Ty Warner to these impactful women, it has been critiqued for its level of ambition.


This captivating film charts the rise and fall of the pioneering smartphone company. The story focuses on Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, the men who turned BlackBerry into a global brand. The narrative shifts between the excitement of innovation and the inevitable missteps that led to the company’s downfall, leaving audiences pondering the fleeting nature of tech success. Released in 2023, this movie is rated 7.4/10 on IMDb. Even though this movie isn’t an Apple Original, you can stream it on their platform.

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Antonio L. Escárzaga
Antonio L. Escárzaga
Antonio López Escárzaga is the Head of Content at EU-Startups, with a background in Digital Marketing, Antonio drives his passion for effective communication and entrepreneurship. He firmly believes in communication’s transformative power and strives to harness it to foster growth and innovation.

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