Whether or not you’re still in school, there’s just something about September that screams fresh start. The new month is officially upon us, and in addition to the promise of crisp fall mornings, there are a ton of new streaming options this week. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and HBO have come out swinging for the first week of September.
The big four are offering up major titles like Black Panther and The Greatest Showman. Yep, that’s your movie night planned for the week. Add in family favorites like Lilo & Stitch and the new Scooby Doo spinoff, Daphne & Velma, and there truly is something streaming for everyone as the fall season gets underway!
A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities
Once Upon a Time: Season 7
Atypical: Season 2
Cable Girls: Season 3
City of Joy
First and Last
Iron Fist: Season 2
Sierra Burgess Is A Loser
Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 2
The Most Assassinated Woman in the World
One of the best movie’s of 2018, Black Panther is officially coming to Netflix, so you can stream it as many times as your heart desires. Return to Wakanda this week, and remind yourself why this groundbreaking superhero movie was such a smash hit.
The internet can’t stop talking about To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before breakout star Noah Centineo, and you can expect the chatter to intensify when Sierra Burgess Is a Loser hits the streaming site. Once again, Centineo is playing the soulful romantic lead, and this time he’s working opposite ex-Stranger Things star Shannon Purser.
Season 1 of Iron Fist was rocky to say the least, but now that Danny Rand has appeared in The Defenders, the superhero might be ready to say goodbye to his emo side for good in Season 2.
The English Patient (1996)
Cesar Chavez (2014)
The ladies of Scooby Doo get their own adventure is this live-action 2018 film. Grab the kiddos, and settle in for silly, but fun modern take of the old school franchise.
Sarah Silverman continues her journey to connect with people all across America, regardless of their walk of life or political beliefs.
Future World (2018)
This horror movie sequel sees the return of a group of masked killers as a family’s road trip goes horribly awry.
A chilling documentary about Olympian Oscar Pistorius and his alleged murder of his girlfriend.
The Mummy (2017)
Tom Cruise’s take on The Mummy isn’t quite as much fun as the ’90s franchise, but it’s still a worthy blockbuster.
Historical accuracy goes right out of the window is this sympathetic look at P.T. Barnum, but the musical numbers are undeniably catchy.