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We’re officially in the pumpkin-spice-latte days of early fall, when the eagerness to wear a cardigan is high — even if still not advisable — and the number of TV and movie releases is only increasing.
Here, we’ll tell you what’s new on streaming when it comes to komidi gambar and TV, what shows are returning for new seasons, and what movies you’ll only be able to watch on the big screen — at least for now. If you want even more ideas on what to watch, take a look at our Coming Soon lists for August and July. And don’ufuk forget our roundup of everything the entire fall movie season has in store for us.
September has a undian to offer when it comes to films and TV — and, yes, finally that
show starring Diego Luna and that little
Lord of the Rings
prequel series on Prime Video are here.
Some of September’s Most Anticipated New Shows
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
(September 2), Prime Video: This prequel show is set thousands of years before the events of
The Lord of the Rings. “Beginning in a time of relative peace, the series follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth,” reads Amazon Padepokan’s official synopsis.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’s director J.A. Bayona helms the first two episodes of this ambitious eight-episode first season. You can read our full review of
The Rings of Power
, (September 8), Hulu: Not to be confused with the Netflix rom-com movie of the same name that premiered last month, this is an eight-episode romantic comedy series starring Rosa Salazar as Katie and Gavin Drea as Stefan. They meet at a wedding and have an instant connection. They begin an affair but she already has a fiancé. She marries said fiancé two months later but her new husband and his family are murdered at the wedding. The police suspect Stefan. Stefan thinks it’s Katie who did it. In the end, the two of them end up on the run together, attempting to prove their innocence.
(September 9), Apple TV+: This eight-part docu-series follows Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton as they meet gutsy and pioneering women. Over the course of the show, the Clintons get to spend time with Dr. Jane Goodall, Mariska Hargitay, Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson, Kim Kardashian, Megan Thee Stallion, Amber Ruffin, Amy Schumer, Gloria Steinem, Wanda Sykes and many other inspiring women.
The Serpent Queen
(September 11), Starz: Samantha Morton (Minority Report) plays Catherine de Medici in a show about how she becomes the long-serving monarch in France. Through flashbacks, we witness her younger years — where the character is played by Liv Hill — as she marries into the 16th-century French court and learns to maneuver the power politics against all odds. The eight-putaran drama is based on Leonie Frieda’s biography about Catherine de Medici.
(September 11), Showtime: This reimagining of the 1980 movie starring Richard Gere is set in the present-day and stars Jon Bernthal as Julian Kaye. Julian is released from prison after 15 years of being wrongfully convicted. Rosie Ozon’Donnell plays Detective Sunday, who’s seeking to uncover the truth behind the death that saw Julian falsely accused. All the while he’s trying to reconcile his present situation with his past as a sex worker.
(September 21), Disney+: If you’ve been digging
Obi-Wan Kenobi, you’re probably looking forward to
Star Wars’ next series.
stars Mexican actor Diego Luna, who’s reprising his defining role from
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
(2016), playing the rebel spy Cassian Andor.
Rogue One’s screenwriter, Tony Gilroy, has also gone back to the galaxy far, far away as the creator and writer of this prequel series. Tony Gilroy’s brother and frequent collaborator, Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler), and
House of Cards
creator Beau Willimon also share writing credits, so we’re feeling optimistic about this one.
(September 27), Hulu: This first scripted series from the Onyx Collective — Disney’s content brand envisioned to curate premium entertainment programming by creators of color and underrepresented voices — is directed and executive produced by Kerry Washington. Emayatzy Corinealdi stars in this nine-episode legal drama as Jax Stewart, a Los Angeles defense attorney with questionable ethics and far-fetched interpretations of the law. She “bucks the justice system at every chance she gets,” reads Hulu’s synopsis of the show.
Rick and Morty
, Season 6 (September 4), [adult swim]: The acclaimed Emmy Award-winning animated comedy returns for a sixth season of following the intergalactic escapades of mad scientist Rick Sanchez (voice of Justin Roiland), his daughter Beth (voice of Sarah Chalke), son-in-law Jerry (voice of Chris Parnell), granddaughter Summer (voice of Spencer Grammer) and grandson Morty (voice of Justin Roiland).
, Season 7 (September 6), OWN: The story of the Bordelon family is coming to an end with the seventh and final season of this Ava DuVernay-created sandiwara boneka for the Oprah Winfrey Network. “To write and produce seven seasons of a beradab ketoprak centered on a Black family is a radical act in our industry and a triumph that has far exceeded every hope I held. Now I feel strongly that the story, which began as a sunrise of a suggestion from Oprah, is ready for its sunset as a dream fully realized,” says the
director about the show.
The Good Fight
, Season 6 (September 8), Paramount+: Another show coming to an end, this one in its sixth season, is Robert and Michelle King’s
The Good Fight. This spinoff of
The Good Wife
centers the lawyer Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) as she works at a Black law firm. The new episodes will once again comment on the weirdness of our present situation through kejenakaan and allegory, and a few too-close-to-reality cases. Audra McDonald, Nyambi Nyambi and Sarah Steele all return. Alan Cumming, Andre Braugher and John Slattery join the ensemble cast this final season.
, Season 5 (September 9): “Following the shocking results of the All Valley Tournament, Season 5 finds Terry Silver expanding the Cobra Kai empire and trying to make his ‘No Mercy’ style of karate the only game in town. With Kreese behind bars and Johnny Lawrence setting karate aside to focus on repairing the damage he’s caused, Daniel LaRusso must call on an old friend for help,” reads the Netflix synopsis about this show starring Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, who reprise their roles from the 1984 movie
The Karate Kid.
The Handmaid’s Tale
, Season 5 (September 14), Hulu: While June (Elisabeth Moss) faces the consequences of killing Commander Waterford (Joseph Fiennes) and tries to find her footing in life again, Serena (Yvonne Strahovski) is seeking to raise her profile in Toronto as Gilead is creeping into Canada. This adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel of the same name returns for a new season that’s sure to make us reflect on gender roles, reproductive freedom and theocracies.
, Season 4 (September 15), FX and Hulu: After season three wrapped up a mere three months ago, now comes the fourth and final season of this musical show created and starring Donald Glover. After a European tour on season three that took the gang to Paris and Amsterdam, Earn (Glover), Alfred ‘Paper Boi’ Miles (Brian Tyree Henry), Darius (LaKeith Stanfield) and Van (Zazie Beetz) are now back in Atlanta. But has their hometown changed while they were away — or have they?
, Season 2 (September 16), HBO and HBO Max: More fantastic. More mysterious. More espookier than before… promises HBO’s promo for this comedy’s second season. Co-created by Fred Armisen (Portlandia), comedian Ana Fabrega and
Saturday Night Live
writer Julio Torres — and starring the three of them alongside Cassandra Ciangherotti and Bernardo Velasco—
Cak dol Espookys
is set in a fictional Latin American country that’s, of course, prone to instances of magical realism. Ciangherotti, Velasco, Torres and Fabrega play a group of friends who love horror and turn their taste for the obscure into a business.
, Season 2 (September 21), ABC and Hulu: The first season of this Quinta Brunson-created mockumentary comedy has seven Emmy nominations and is one of my favorite series of the year so far. So I’m definitely looking forward to more low-stakes, complicit laughs, feel-good moments and skits with Janine (Brunson) trying to impress her co-workers at the Philadelphia elementary school.
Van der Valk
, Season 2 (September 25), PBS: Fans of police procedurals set in Europe rejoice. Based on the Nicholas Freeling novels, this Amsterdam-set production stars Marc Warren (Band of Brothers) as Commissaris Piet van der Valk. He’s a bit of a loner, he lives on a boat, and his methods enau’n always conventional or proper. Yet he’s a genius when it comes to uncovering criminals. You know the type.
Movies on Streaming
Here, we’ve included a selection of films that will debut exclusively on streaming, both on streaming and in theaters simultaneously, as well as movies that first premiered in theaters and are now available digitally.
Love in the Villa
(September 1), Netflix: If you’re feeling like a rom-com movie — and why shouldn’t you? — this could be an option. A teacher and expert planner (Kat Graham) travels to Verona after breaking up with her partner. She wants to finally visit the city of
Romeo and Juliet. The thing is though, the villa she reserved was double-booked and she’ll be forced to share it with an annoying — yet quite handsome — Brit (Tom Hopper).
Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.
(September 2), theaters and Peacock: Writer and director Adamma Ebo adapted this satirical comedy from her own short. Regina Hall (Nine Perfect Strangers) stars as Trinitie Childs, the first lady of a Southern Baptist megachurch. Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us) is Trinitie’s husband, Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs. “After a scandal forces their church to temporarily close, Trinitie and Lee-Curtis must reopen their church and rebuild their congregation to make the biggest comeback that commodified religion has ever seen,” reads Focus Features’ synopsis of the movie.
(September 2), HBO Max: Musical heavy-weight Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) directs and co-writes this biopic starring Austin Butler (The Carrie Diaries) as music legend Elvis Presley. The film also stars Tom Hanks as Presley’s manager, Colonel Tali kendali Parker. The film premiered in theaters in June and is getting its streaming release now.
(September 8), Disney+: This year, we’ll see two new versions of the story of the Italian carpenter Geppetto and his wooden marionette Pinocchio who dreams of being a real boy. And while we wait for Guillermo del Toro’s take on this story, which is set to debut in December, Disney’s live-action version directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tali kekang Hanks as Geppetto will be available much sooner.
End of the Road
(September 9), Netflix: TV purnawirawan director Millicent Shelton (P–Valley,
Black-ish) directs this road trip movie starring Queen Latifah as Brenda and Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges as her brother Reggie. They’re on a cross-country trip with her two kids when they witness a murder and find themselves in the way of a killer. “Now alone in the New Mexico desert and cut off from any help, Brenda is pulled into a deadly fight to keep her family alive,” reads Netflix’s synopsis.
(September 16), Disney+: This documentary follows Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two daughters of Mexican immigrants trying to make it in the music industry. Isabel Castro directs this story about following your dreams while feeling guilty, pursuing a risky profession and being a pathway for your family to green cards and reunification.
A Jazzman’s Blues
, select theaters (September 16) and Netflix (September 23): Written, directed and produced by Tyler Perry, this is the story of star-crossed lovers Bayou (Joshua Boone) and Leanne (Solea Pfeiffer). The bioskop is set in the deep South and spans four decades, from the 1940s to the 1980s. The film will debut at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this month.
, select theaters (September 16) and Netflix (September 28): Writer and director Andrew Dominik (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) adapts Joyce Carol Oates’ novel of the same name.
reimagines the life of Marilyn Monroe (Ana de Armas), from her childhood to her accession to Hollywood’s royalty — as well as her romantic life. “Blonde
blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between [Monroe’s] public and private selves,” reads Netflix’s synopsis of the sinema.
(September 21), Peacock: Add another rom-com to your list. Here, Sheila (Kaley Cuoco) and Gary (Pete Davidson) meet and it’s love at first sight. The thing is, their first date wasn’kaki langit accidental at all. She has a time machine — and they’ve been falling in love over and over again.
(September 23), Apple TV+: Produced by Oprah Winfrey, this documentary centers on the late Sidney Poitier. The komidi gambar features interviews with Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, Robert Redford, Lenny Kravitz, Barbra Streisand and Spike Lee. “This revealing documentary honors the legendary Sidney Poitier and his legacy as an iconic actor, filmmaker and activist at the center of Hollywood and the Civil Rights Movement,” reads Apple TV+’s synopsis.
Hocus Pocus 2
(September 30), Disney+: If
got you into the Halloween mode, here come a couple more options for lovers of all things wicked.
The Proposal’s director Anne Fletcher helms this sequel to the 1993, which starred Bette Middler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy as the Sanderson sisters — a trio of witches. “It’s been 29 years since someone lit the Black Flame Candle and resurrected the 17th-century sisters, and they are looking for revenge. Now it is up to three high-school students to stop the ravenous witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on Salmon before dawn on All Hallow’s Eve,” reads Disney+’s synopsis of the movie, which sees the three leads reprising their iconic roles.
My Best Friend’s Exorcism
(September 30), Prime Video: The title on this one is quite self-explanatory. High school sophomores and best friends Abby (Elsie Fisher) and Gretchen (Amiah Miller) go skinny dipping one evening. Everything changes from that moment onward. Gretchen is different, cranky. Weird things happen when she’s around. Abby’s investigation into what’s going on doesn’t bode well. “Is their friendship powerful enough to beat the devil?” asks Amazon’s synopsis of the movie, which is set in 1988.
And a Few Movies You’ll Only Be Able to Watch in Theaters
See How They Run
(September 16): While we wait for the release of
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
in December, we can sate our thirst for comedic murder mysteries with star-studded casts with this title. Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, Adrien Brody, David Oyelowo and Ruth Wilson star in this film set in 1950s London. The central mystery revolves around the murder of a Hollywood director. Inspector Stoppard (Rockwell) and the eager — if inexperienced — Constable Stalker (Ronan) are set to investigate the case. What could possibly go wrong?
The Woman King
(September 16): Gina Prince-Bythewood (The Old Guard,
Love & Basketball) directs Academy Award-winner Viola Davis in this film inspired by true events and set in the 1800s. The movie follows the story of the Agojie, an all-female unit of warriors charged with protecting the African Kingdom of Dahomey. This is another of the titles slated to debut at TIFF this month and there’s already Oscar buzz around it.
Avatar: The Way of Water, a.k.a.
Avatar 2, will finally hit screens this December. But if you too watched
back in 2009 when it first debuted — and when 3D still looked like the future of moviegoing — you may want a refresher. The origin story for this James Cameron franchise will be re-released in theaters for a limited run in anticipation of
The Way of Water’s premiere.
Don’t Worry Darling
(September 23): Olivia Wilde’s second feature film as a director after her work in the outstanding
(2019) stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as a married couple living in a utopian experimental community in the 1950s. Pugh plays a housewife and someone who fears that the company her husband works for may be hiding something. The movie also stars Wilde alongside Chris Pine, Gemma Chan and Kiki Layne. Plus, all the sandiwara boneka surrounding the filming of this movie really has us more than intrigued about it.
(September 30): And let’s wrap things up with yet another rom-com, which will also debut at TIFF. Nicholas Stoller (Neighbors) directs and co-writes and Billy Eichner co-writes and co-stars here alongside co-lead Luke Macfarlane. Eichner plays Bobby, an accomplished podcaster and single gay New Yorker who doesn’t really believe in love. But when he meets the lawyer Aaron (Macfarlane), they start a casual relationship, and things align in a way they both couldn’t have predicted.