Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+, Hulu: Check Out What’s Coming to Streams in September

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Check out some of the shows and movies that will be featured on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Hulu and Disney+ this September.


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Ana de Armas and director Andrew Dominik take on this adaptation of a novel by Joyce Carol Oates that presents a fictionalized look at the life of Marilyn Monroe. Premieres on the 23rd of September.

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After a defeat in the All Valley competition, the new season of this karate series begins with the team embittering their wounds but quickly finding the fire to stand up and defend their honor. Premieres September 9th.

Director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson presents this dark comedy about a former queen who teams up with a quirky new student to seek revenge on those who wronged them. Premieres on September 16.

  • Patton Oswalt: Everybody’s Like This
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In this stand-up special, Patton talks about the dangers of getting old, failed plans and the day his wife turned into a Valkyrie. Nominated for Emmy and Grammy for his last two specials, Oswalt won both for 2016’s Talking for Clapping. Premieres September 20.

The film’s synopsis doesn’t break new ground: a girl (Kat Graham) makes a romantic getaway for two alone after a breakup and finds herself staying with a handsome man (Tom Hopper) with whom she doesn’t get along. Premieres September 1st.


Benedict Cumberbatch’s buttery voice acts as our guide on an exciting journey through nature – and you don’t even need to put on sunscreen to experience it. Premieres on the 21st of September.

The “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” prequel you’ve been waiting for is finally here, with a cast that includes Diego Luna and Genevieve O’Reilly. Premieres September 21.

The Sanderson sisters make their long-awaited return in this riveting sequel to the 1993 film. This is what we call a comeback, witches. Premieres September 30th.

This documentary by director Isabel Castro highlights Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two women who want to make it in the music industry but struggle to support their immigrant families as they pursue their dreams.

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A remake of the spooky 2014 Austrian film, this movie starring Naomi Watts probably won’t help you sleep at night. Premieres on the 16th of September.

  • The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

The endless teasers for this long-awaited series finally come to an end. Find out all in CNN’s review. Premieres September 2nd.


Season 5 of this chilling drama finds June (Elisabeth Moss) experiencing the aftermath of Commander Waterford’s death and the fight for the future is far from over. Premieres September 18th.

Based on a novel by Carola Lovering, Grace Van Patten and Jackson White star in this story covering eight years of a “turmoiled but intoxicating relationship”. Premieres September 8th.

Did you miss them? The most clickable family on the internet returns with a new season filled with new names and family drama. Premieres on the 22nd of September.


“Elvis” features actor Austin Butler playing the “King of Rock” Elvis Presley. The film is directed by Baz Luhrmann, known for lust and exaggeration in productions such as “Moulin Rouge” (2001) and “The Great Gatsby” (2013). Premieres September 2nd.

Source: CNN Brasil

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