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The September Streaming Guide: The 38 Movies and TV Series To Look Out For this Month

By Dustin Rowles | TV | September 1, 2020 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | September 1, 2020 |


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September 1st
McDonald & Dodds Season 1 (Britbox) — A shy and enigmatic Detective Sergeant is partnered with a wildly ambitious Detective Chief Inspector to solve crimes in the historic city of Bath.

Color Out of Space (Shudder) — A secluded farm is struck by a strange meteorite that has apocalyptic consequences for the family living there and possibly the world. With Nic Cage and Joely Richardson.

September 3rd
AP Bio Season 3 (Peacock) The phenomenal NBC series moves to its streaming network.

Love, Guaranteed (Netflix) — Legal romcom with Rachael Leigh Cook, Heather Graham, and Damon Wayans Jr.

Raised by Wolves Season 1 (HBO Max) — Ridley Scott series about androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious planet. With Travis Fimmel and Jordan Loughran.

The Sounds Season 1 (Acorn) — A disappearing person drama starring Rachelle Lefevre and Matt Whelan.

Young Wallander (Netflix) — A Swedish prequel to the British series starring Kenneth Branagh.

September 4th
Mulan (Disney Plus) — Disney live-action remake.

The Boys Season 2 (Amazon) — Anti-hero superhero drama makes its return.

Away Season 1 (Netflix) — Hillary Swank stars as an astronaut who leaves her family behind for three years. A weepy from exec producer Jason Katims. Also starring Josh Charles.

I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Netflix) — Charlie Kaufman film.

Noughts + Crosses Season 1 (Peacock) — Based on a novel series set in an alternate history where Black people rule over white people.

September 9th
Woke Season 1 (Hulu) — Lamorne Morris comedy that looks great.

Cuties (Mignonnes) (Netflix) — 2020 French coming-of-age comedy-drama about a traditional Senegalese Muslim girl who is caught between traditional values and Internet culture.

The Social Dilemma (Netflix) — Documentary where Silicon Valley insiders reveal how social media is reprogramming civilization.

September 10th
Unpregnant (HBO Max) — Abortion road-trip buddy film starring Haley Lu Richardson and Barbie Ferreira.

The Babysitter: Killer Queen (Netflix) — Sequel to The Babysitter directed by McG and starring Bella Thorne and Robbie Amell.

The Duchess Season 1 (Netflix) — Semi-autobiographical Katherine Ryan comedy series about a single mom trying to have another baby before her biological clock runs out.

September 12th
Coastal Elites (HBO Max) — A Jay Roach film starring Bette Midler, Sarah Paulson, Kaitlyn Dever, Dan Levy, and Issa Rae about living in the COVID-19 pandemic.

September 14th
The Third Day miniseries (HBO Max) — A series about a man and a woman who make separate journeys to a mysterious island off the British coast. Starring Jude Law, Katherine Waterston, Emily Watson, and Paddy Considine.

We Are Who We Are Season 1 (HBO Max) — Two American kids who live on a U.S. military base in Italy explore friendship, first love, identity. With Chloë Sevigny, Kid Cudi, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Alice Braga.

September 15th
Don’t Forget the Driver Season 1 (Britbox) — Set in Bognor Regis, it’s about a depressed single father who works as a coach driver and discovers an asylum seeker after taking a coach party across the channel. Stars Toby Jones.

September 16th
The Devil All the Time (Netflix) — Sinister characters converge around a young man devoted to protecting those he loves in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality. With Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland.

September 17th
Spiral (Shudder) — A horror movie about a same-sex couple who move to a small town with their teenage daughter.

Departure Season 1 (Peacock) — Conspiracy series about the mystery of a passenger plane that vanishes over the Atlantic Ocean. With Archie Panjabi and Christopher Plummer.

September 18th
Pen15 Season 2 (Hulu) — The second season of the terrific comedy from Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle.

All In: The Fight for Democracy (Amazon) — Documentary examining the history and current activism against voter suppression. With Stacey Abrams.

Ratched Season 1 (Netflix) — Sarah Paulson prequel series to One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

Long Way Up Season 1 (Apple TV+) — Ewan McGregor and his friend Charley Boorman travel on electric Harley-Davidsons 13,000 miles through Central and South America.

Wilmore (Peacock) — Larry Wilmore’s new late-night talk show.

September 23rd
Enola Holmes (Netflix) — A mystery revolving around the sister of Sherlock Holmes in search of her missing mother. With Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham Carter.

September 24th
Verotika (Shudder) — Horror stories from Glenn Danzig, making his directorial debut.

September 25th
Utopia Season 1 (Amazon) — British series adapted by novelist Gillian Flynn starring Desmin Borges, Dan Byrd, and John Cusack.



Tehran Season 1 (Apple TV+) — A Mossad agent embarks on her first mission as a computer hacker in her home town of Tehran. With Niv Sultan, Shaun Toub, and Menashe Noy.

The Amber Ruffin Show (Peacock) — Amber’s new late-night gig!

A Wilderness of Error (Hulu) — Based on the Errol Morris book, about Jeffrey MacDonald, an Army surgeon who was accused of murdering his wife and two daughters on February 17, 1970.

September 27th
The Comey Rule miniseries (Showtime) — Brendan Gleeson and Jeff Daniels in a dramatization of James Comey’s book.

September 28th
Fargo Season 4 (Hulu/FX) — The fourth season of the Noah Hawley series is set in Kansas City during the Jim Crow era. With Chris Rock, Jessie Buckley, Jack Huston, Jason Schwartzman, Ben Whishaw, and Timothy Olyphant.

September 30th
American Murder: The Family Next Door (Netflix) — Documentary examines the disappearance of Shanann Watts and her children, and the terrible events that followed.


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