August is that weird love it, but hate it month. We know that sadly the end of summer is near, but we still feel like we have just enough time to make the most out of every sun-filled moment we have left. That means it's the perfect time to take—or extend—those summer vacation plans.
And nothing says relaxation more than staying in your pajamas all day with endless bowls of cereal and a BoJack Horseman marathon. There was lots of content heating up the month of July on our favorite streaming services, and luckily you can still catch up on all your favorite original series, or finally get around to streaming those movies you've been anticipating, like The Expendables 3 or Tig.
But if you have already finished Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and the latest season of Downton Abbey, then it's time to turn our attention to August.
This month, two new original series will air on Netflix and Hulu, and Amazon Prime is packed with the hottest blockbusters you've been dying to see.
Here's the best of what's streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Instant Video in August 2015.
Streaming On Netflix
While you will never let go of your remote, we have to say goodbye to being able to stream Titanic on Netflix on Aug. 1. However, there is so much new content being added that it will probably take us the whole entire month to catch up. New movies like Asylum, November Rule and Transcend will all be added, along with new seasons of our favorite TV shows like season 1 of Girl Meets World, season 4 of Revenge, season 2 of Inspector Gadget and season 2 of Transporter: The Series.
What we are most excited about is the premiere of the Netflix Original Series, Club de Cuervos, the streaming platform's first Spanish-language original series. Club de Cuervos follows the story of a brother and sister who fight to gain control of a soccer team owned by their father, The Cuervos of Nuevo Toledo. The series airs Aug. 7.
Find out the the true story of the Colombian drug cartel leader Pablo Escobar in the second new original series, Narcos, which debuts Aug. 28.
See the full list of what's streaming on Netflix in August here.
Streaming On Hulu
Maybe The Human Centipede, First Sequence left you with a bad taste in July, but luckily Hulu has tied together the perfect package of new content coming in August. If you are still looking for more horror films, check out My Amityville Horror starting on Aug. 6. But if you are chasing after laughs, then tune into Kevin Hart Presents: Keith Robinson-Back of the Bus Funny on Aug. 28.
Netflix isn't the only streaming service bringing new, original series to its platform in August. Hulu will also release two original series, one from executive producer Amy Poehler. Called Difficult People, the comedy series stars Julie Klausner (Funny or Die) and Billy Eichner (Billy on the Street) as two friends who are often in trouble for their behavior.
The second season of the Hulu original parody show, The Hotwives of Las Vegas, will also premiere Aug. 18.
See the full list of what's streaming on Hulu in August here.
Streaming on Amazon Prime Instant Video
We had the time of our lives replaying Dirty Dancing for the billionth time on Amazon Prime Instant Video in July, and August is packed with exciting titles like Mad Max: Fury Road, Cop Car, Poltergeist Activity and The Runner. However, you can only stream these titles after purchasing them.
Other content that's available for streaming is The Longest Day starting on Aug. 4, all eight seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm starting Aug. 6, If I Stay starting Aug. 15 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on Aug. 28.
See the full list of what's streaming on Amazon Prime Instant Video here.