Saturday, August 31, 2019

What to Watch September 2019

What to Watch September 2019

Hello all, time to look ahead to what to watch in September! I've made a list for my household so we don't forgot to watch anything across our array of streaming options, premium channels and even broadcast TV. We seriously lose track of the shows we meant to watch otherwise.

Here are my picks for shows and movies to catch, as well as links to everything new coming to various streaming outlets so you can add your own picks to the list.

And away we go!

Broadcast TV  –
What to Watch September 2019

September 15
Country Music - This eight-part series from Ken Burns explores the history of country music. Airs on PBS; look here for a preview.

September 26
The Good Place - This divine comedy returns for its fourth and final season on NBC. If you need to catch up, the first three seasons are on Netflix.

Young Sheldon - This is the only link we've got left to The Big Bang Theory, y'all. Catch it on CBS.

Hulu – What to Watch September 2019

September 2
Untouchable - This documentary explores the rise and fall of Harvey Weinstein and includes interviews with several of his accusers.

September 4
Wu-Tang: An American Saga - The history of this influential hip-hop group is covered in a 10-part series.

HBO – What to Watch September 2019

September 7
Mary Queen of Scots

September 11
What Happened on September 11 - This short documentary aims to help young people understand what happened in the 9/11 terror attacks.

In the Shadows of the Towers: Stuyvesant High on 9/11 - Another short documentary, this one talks to former Stuyvesant students who were eyewitnesses to the attack blocks from the World Trade Center.

September 17
They Shall Not Grow Old - This documentary from Peter Jackson uses colorized and restored World War I footage, bringing to life experiences of British soldiers in the conflict.

September 21
The Lego Movie 2: The 2nd Part 

September 28
Isn’t It Romantic

Amazon Prime Video –
What to Watch September 2019

September 6
Late Night - This movie about a talk show written by and starring Mindy Kaling comes to Prime Video.

September 13
Undone - This new series from the producers of Bojack Horseman uses rotoscope animation (you'll be familiar with the style if you saw A Scanner Darkly). Deadline describes it as: "the cosmic journey of a young woman who treks across time, space, and beyond to solve the mystery of her father’s death." Check out the trailer below.

September 27
Transparent Musicale Finale 

Netflix – What to Watch September 2019

September 1
The Walking Dead Season 9

September 13
- This Netflix original is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning article "An Unbelievable Story of Rape." It's about a young woman who was charged with lying about her report of a rape. Two years later, her rapist was apprehended by two female detectives; Toni Colette stars in this timely and important story. Watch the riveting trailer below.

September 14
We Have Always Lived in the Castle - The classic Shirley Jackson novel serves as the basis for this movie.

September 24
American Horror Story: Apocalypse  

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