The summer is officially coming to an end, which means it's time to bring on sweater weather, hot chocolate and pumpkin-flavored everything while curling up to watch fall's TV lineup. And let's face it: the number of series premiering this fall will provide enough content to last us until winter.
But with back-to-school season about to be in full swing, it may get hard to find the time to squeeze in your favorite series. Thankfully, the popular streaming services allows us to watch on our own time — just make sure to steer clear of spoilers on social media.
Netlfix, Hulu and Amazon Instant Video all get an A+ in our book this month — showcasing the best of fall TV along with brand-new movies. Netflix is bringing Season 5 of The Walking Dead to its platform this month, along with critically acclaimed films like Up in the Air and Moonrise Kingdom. Hulu has upcoming big hits like the premieres of Heroes Reborn and The Muppets, and Amazon Prime Instant Video will be offering Avengers: Age of Ultron.
A new six-part anthology series called New Orleans, Here & Now will also be available on multiple platforms like Hulu, iTunes, Google Play, Time.com and Sundance Doc Club. To mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, Here & Now highlights six real stories from people living in New Orleans post-Katrina. The documentary series was executive-produced by Academy Award-Nominated Actress Patricia Clarkson and Golden Globe Award Winner Scott Bakula. You can watch the trailer here.
Check out the best of what's new to streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Instant Video below.
Streaming on Netflix
Netflix never seems to disappoint with the new content it adds every month. There are a few titles to get extra excited about, such as Up in the Air, Such Good People, Hardball, Rambo (First Blood, First Blood Part II and Rambo 3: Ultimate Edition), as well as the remastered version of Lawrence of Arabia — all available on the first.
Plus, there's lots going on in the series front, such as Season 5 of The Walking Dead, Season 1 of Gotham and Season 4 of Longmire, which will premiere exclusively on Netflix on September 10.
Other titles new to stream this month include Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher, Heather McDonald: I Don't Mean To Brag, The Adventures of Sharkboy & Lavagirl, Sleepy Hollow, Teen Beach Movie 2, Bad Night, Why Did I Get Married? and It Happened Here.
See the full list of what's streaming on Netflix in September here.
Streaming on Hulu
This month, Hulu is bringing its A-game when it comes to the number of new seasons from popular series. Fans can catch up on shows like The Voice, Scandal and Empire. If you miss the premiere episodes of Dancing with the Stars, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Heroes Reborn, The Muppets, South Park or The Simpsons, you can find them all on this platform.
Hulu is also rolling out some new original content like The Awesomes Season 3 premiere on September 8, the Season 4 premiere of The Mindy Project on September 15, as well as the Season 1 finale of Difficult People on September 16.
Of course there are plenty of new movies too, like The 10 Year Plan, Brush With Danger, Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity, American Ghost Hunter and Alien Rising.
See the full list of what's streaming on Hulu in September here.
Streaming on Amazon Prime Instant Video
As previously mentioned, the Amazon original series Hand to God starring Sons of Anarchy's Ron Perlman hits the platform September 4. The series follows the story of a corrupt judge who goes through a mental breakdown, which leaves him thinking that God is speaking to him as he goes out on the path of justice.
Other noteworthy titles coming to Amazon include I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story, a documentary about the popular Sesame Street character that has captivated children for decades, and Season 4 of the NBC series Grimm.
While there lots of movies to stream, such as The Blair Witch Project, Hannibal Rising and Serendipity, newer movies that are available to buy include Avengers: Age of Ultron, Pitch Perfect 2 and Magic Mike XXL.
See the full list of what's streaming on Amazon Prime Instant Video in September here.