The New Shows & Movies Our Editors Are Watching This Month

Source: Netflix

Want to stay in and watch a show? Me too. I used to get excited to dress up and stay out late, but I won’t lie to you: Those days are over. Instead, streaming what’s new is now my idea of a good time. Heck, I even mark release dates in my calendar. What can I say? I love being a homebody.

With all of the streaming services now, it can be hard to keep up with what to watch and where to watch it. But, this month, the lineups are so good that you will want to ensure you have access to all of the platforms—or at least your friend’s passwords. These shows and movies are about to be the topic of conversation in The Everygirl’s #watercooler Slack channel, and I’ll be damned if I miss out on that.

Cancel your plans and get comfortable because it’s time to hit “Play.” Without further ado, here are some of the most anticipated shows and movies that are new on streaming this month.





Love is Blind: After the Altar, Season 4

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: September 1

If you’re sick and tired of your constant dating-show rotation of The Bachelor and Love Island, switch it up this September with the newest season of Netflix’s Love is Blind: After the Altar. The original Love is Blind series made a splash with the premise of couples falling in love without ever meeting face-to-face, and the After the Altar spinoff reveals the drama that follows once those seemingly blissfully happy couples have ridden off into the sunset.


Scout’s Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: September 6th

A great Netflix documentary is always my personal choice on a night in, and I’ll definitely be adding this one to my list. Scout’s Honor examines the corruption that has existed for years within the Boy Scouts of America, diving into the “red flag” files that the organization attempted to hide from the public. The movie questions whether it’s possible for an institution like the Boy Scouts to ever truly be rid of crime and cover-ups.


Sex Education, Season 4

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: September 21st

Raise your hand if you are sad to see Sex Education come to an end this fall! Thankfully, the fourth and final season of this beloved show is sure to deliver just as many hilarious and heartfelt moments as seasons past. Tune in to see Otis, Maeve, Eric, and the rest of the characters close out their chapters in the business of underground sex therapy clinics—and in high school.


Apple TV+


The Morning Show, Season 3

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: September 13th

Who would pass up another opportunity to watch the incredible duo that is Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon in yet another drama-packed season of The Morning Show? As Alex steps into more power at UBA, the stakes get even higher for the group of people who wake America up each day. This star-studded series never disappoints, and this season, the team at UBA is facing a system-wide hack that threatens to spill all of their secrets to the public.


The Super Models

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: September 20th

In this high-fashion four-part docuseries, Apple TV+ is reuniting legendary supermodels Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, and Christy Turlington in an exploration of the ways in which they disrupted the runway in the 1990’s. The series follows each model from the beginning of her career, through their collision in the New York City runway scene, and beyond, interrogating their legacies within the industry. 


Still Up

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: September 22nd

Insomniacs unite in this new comedy series from Apple TV+, which follows two best friends as they stay connected over video chat late into the night due to their chronic inability to fall asleep. At night, the two enter a wonderfully weird world that they can only share with each other, while the rest of the world sleeps. However, the deeper their relationship becomes, the more complicated things get—and the less likely they are to actually go to bed.




American Horror Story: Delicate, Part 1

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: September 20th

Though filming for the 12th season of the cult-favorite show American Horror Story has technically been suspended due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, the highly anticipated Delicate season is still set to premiere on Hulu on September 20th. Starring returning cast member Emma Roberts alongside Cara Delevingne and Kim Kardashian, Delicate is based on Danielle Valentine’s book Delicate Condition.


The Kardashians, Season 4

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: September 28th

If you feel like Season 3 of The Kardashians just came out, you’re not dreaming: just five months after the third season, everyone’s favorite dramatic family is back for another inside look. Watch to get the scoop on Kourtney’s pregnancy with Travis Barker, possible BTS look into Kim’s role on American Horror Story: Delicate, and the truth about all those dating rumors surrounding Kylie and Timotheé Chalamet. 


The Golden Bachelor

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: September 28th

In case it wasn’t obvious, September is about to be a huge month for reality television. When ABC announced that their next Bachelor would be 72-year-old widower Gerry Turner, the internet was more than a little bit skeptical about how the season is going to turn out. However, regardless of whether the women of this season of The Bachelor are closer to 72 or 22 (please, please let them be closer to 72), it’s bound to make for some entertaining television. 


Amazon Prime Video


Sitting in Bars with Cake

Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Video

Release date: September 8th

Sitting in bars and trying to meet new people is hard. Sitting in bars and trying to meet new people with a delicious cake in front of you? Not so hard. Corinne (Odessa A’zion) convinces her baker best friend, Jane (Yara Shahidi) to bring cakes to bars in order to gain confidence and put herself out there. Based on a true story, what follows is a heartfelt film of friendship, sickness, youth, and cake. 


A Million Miles Away

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: September 15th

A Million Miles Away is inspired by the real-life story of NASA flight engineer José Hernandez, as he and his family work towards a seemingly impossible dream: sending José (Michael Peña) to space. The film follows Hernandez from a rural village in Mexico to the fields of the San Joaquin Valley and, eventually, to the skies far above the Earth in a dazzling tribute to the tenacity of the entire Hernandez family.


Gen V

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: September 29th

Fans of the hit superhero show The Boys will be overjoyed to learn that the universe is back with the spinoff series Gen V, based on Eric Kripke’s “We Gotta Go Now” story arc from The Boys comics. Set at the Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, in Gen V, young adult superheroes are put to the test in battle royal challenges that occasionally turn them against each other.




Donyale Luna: Super Model

Where to Watch: Max

Release date: September 13th

Give us alllll the supermodel documentaries this month! Donyale Luna: Super Model explores the life of Black modeling revolutionary Donyale Luna, who was one of the first Black models to grace the cover of Vogue magazine. The documentary interrogates Luna’s impact on the modeling industry and the reasons her amazing story has been buried in fashion history with interviews with those who knew her and those who have followed in her footsteps. 


Young Love

Where to Watch: Max

Release date: September 21st

If you’ve watched a short film in the past few years, chances are, it was Matthew A. Cherry’s Academy Award-winning short, “Hair Love.” Young Love is a spinoff on that original story and follows a Chicago-based African-American family of millennial parents as they navigate careers, marriage, parenthood, social issues, and multi-generational perspectives day by day.


Starstruck, Season 3

Where to Watch: Max

Release date: September 28th

Rose Matafeo’s beloved comedy series Starstruck is back for a third season, set two years after the end of the second season. This installment of the show follows Jessie (Matafeo) as she navigates her new single life after parting ways with film star Tom (Nikesh Patel). What follows is an ode to the importance of quality friendships and an examination of the cultural expectation to settle down.


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