Saturday, September 19 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel
Jo’s (played by Cindy Busby) failing family business brings her ex-boyfriend, Blake (played by Marshall Williams), back to town — but even as the two quarrel over the best way to turn a profit, sparks fly.
Love at Look Lodge
Saturday, September 26 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel
Lily (played by Clark Backo) and Noah (played by Jonathan Keltz) team up to make his sister’s mountain wedding dream a reality. Along the way, they discover exactly what their lives are missing: each other.
Country at Heart
Saturday, October 3 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel
Shayna (played by Jessy Schram) is about to give up on her country music career before famed songwriter Grady (played by Niall Matter) enters the picture. He asks her to help write a love song for country music star Duke Sterling (played by Lucas Bryant), which is all fine and good until things start heating up between Shayna and Duke.
My Best Friend’s Bouquet
Saturday, October 10 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel
Josie (played by Chaley Rose) believes the bridal bouquet always ends up in the right hands. When she catches it instead of her eager-to-be-engaged friend, she’s convinced there’s been a mistake — until she realizes that there’s more to her friendship with Alex (played by Nathan Witte) than meets the eye.
Saturday, October 17 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel
After Maggie (played by Nikki DeLoach) learns that she’s inherited half of her aunt’s maple candy business, she tries to make sense of why the maple supplier Dex (played Andrew Walker) got the other half. Together, Maggie and Dex dig into her aunt’s past to find out why they were chosen — and if this is a sign that they’re a good fit.
As any self-respecting royal watcher knows, there will only ever be one Princess Diana. But that hasn’t stopped Hollywood from cranking out various big and small screen productions (and even one musical) based on the all-too-short life of the People’s Princess. While the real Diana had star quality to spare, those actresses who have undertaken the role have done so with varying degrees of success. But as we prepare to see another star step into the princess’s impossible-to-fill shoes—Elizabeth Debicki will play Princess Diana on The Crown.
The Australian actress, 29, is considered a rising star after a breakout performance in Steve McQueen’s “Widows.” She also stars in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming thriller “Tenet.” Her credits include “The Great Gatsby,” “The Burnt Orange Heresy” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”
We’re still only a week into August, but already the titles coming to Netflix in September are starting to pile up. Netflix is expected to announce even more new originals and library titles later this month, but here’s a look at everything we know so far about the streaming service’s new additions in September.
For starters, we’re in for a new unnerving adventure from Charlie Kaufman called i’m thinking of ending things on Friday, Sept. 4. The film, which is inspired by Iain Reid’s novel of the same name, begins as a road trip and devolves into psychological terror, and it stars Jessie Buckley, Jesse Plemons, Toni Collette, and David Thewlis. Also premiering the same day is Netflix’s space adventure, Away, which features Hilary Swank leading the first mission to Mars, with Josh Charles and Talitha Bateman also starring in the series.
High School Musical director Kenny Ortega is bringing us Julie and the Phantoms — a series about a girl who has lost her passion for music but is visited by the ghosts of three musicians from 1995 — on Thursday, Sept. 10. And Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, and Robert Pattinson star in a new psychological thriller, The Devil All the Time, which premieres Wednesday, Sept. 16.
The Jurassic Park franchise is also getting animated with Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, and Ryan Murphy’s Ratched, a prequel series for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest starring Sarah Paulson as the twisted Nurse Ratched, premieres on Friday, Sept. 18.
That’s not all, either! Find out what else is coming to Netflix in September below.
August is upon us, which means some new Netflix titles are coming your way. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, you are probably spending your summer months inside more than you usually would, and the good news is, there are a ton of streaming options to help you pass the time.
The beginning of the month will kick off with the original Jurassic Park films, as well as Ocean’s Twelve, Ocean’s Thirteen and a number of other classics, including Being John Malkovich. Later in the month, look forward to Selling Sunset season 3, Rob Schneider’s new special, Asian Momma, Mexican Kids, and the James Bond movies, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.
Read on for all the August Netflix releases and corresponding dates. Also be sure to check out what’s leaving Netflix, as well as all our streaming guides, from new movies you can stream early while theaters are closed, to the best feel-good movies, the best movies and TV shows to stay in and stream and more.
August 1, 2020
Super Monsters: The New Class Acts of Violence The Addams Family (1991) An Education Being John Malkovich Death at a Funeral Dennis the Menace Elizabeth Harvest Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Hardcore Henry Iron Man: Armored Adventures: Seasons 1-2 Jurassic Park Jurassic Park III The Lost World: Jurassic Park Mad Max (1979) Mr. Deeds My Perfect Landing: Season 1 Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea: Season 1 The NeverEnding Story The NeverEnding Story 2: The Next Chapter The Next Step: Season 6 Nights in Rodanthe Ocean’s Thirteen Ocean’s Twelve Operation Ouch: Season 1 Operation Ouch: Special Remember Me Seabiscuit Toradora!: Season 1 Transformers Rescue Bots Academy: S2 The Ugly Truth What Keeps You Alive
August 2, 2020
Almost Love Connected
August 3, 2020
August 4, 2020
A Go! Go! Cory Carson Summer Camp Malibu Rescue: The Next Wave Mystery Lab Sam Jay: 3 In The Morning
August 5, 2020
Anelka: Misunderstood World’s Most Wanted
August 6, 2020
The Rain: Season 3 The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of The Gods
August 7, 2020
Berlin, Berlin High Seas: Season 3 The Magic School Bus Rides Again Kids In Space ¡Nailed It! México: Season 2 The New Legends of Monkey: Season 2 Selling Sunset: Season 3 Sing On! Germany Tiny Creatures Wizards: Tales of Arcadia Word Party Songs Work It
August 8, 2020
The Promise We Summon the Darkness
August 10, 2020
GAME ON: A Comedy Crossover Event Nightcrawler
August 11, 2020
Mr. Peabody & Sherman Rob Schneider: Asian Momma, Mexican Kids
August 12, 2020
Scary Movie 5 (Un)Well Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl
August 13, 2020
Safety Not Guaranteed An Easy Girl
August 14, 2020
3%: Season 4 El robo del siglo Fearless Glow Up: Season 2 Project Power The Legend of Korra: Book One: Air The Legend of Korra: Book Two: Spirits The Legend of Korra: Book Three: Change The Legend of Korra: Book Four: Balance Octonauts & the Caves of Sac Actun Teenage Bounty Hunters
August 15, 2020
Rita: Season 5 Stranger: Season 2
August 16, 2020
Johnny English Les Misérables
August 17, 2020
Crazy Awesome Teachers Drunk Parents Glitch Techs: Season 2
August 19, 2020
The Crimes That Bind DeMarcus Family Rules High Score
August 20, 2020
Biohackers Good Kisser Great Pretender John Was Trying to Contact Aliens
August 21, 2020
Alien TV Fuego Negro Hoops Lucifer: Season 5 Rust Valley Restorers: Season 3 The Sleepover
August 23, 2020
1BR Septembers of Shiraz
August 25, 2020
Emily’s Wonder Lab Trinkets: Season 2
August 26, 2020
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol La venganza de Analía Million Dollar Beach House Rising Phoenix
August 27, 2020
Aggretsuko: Season 3 The Bridge Curse The Frozen Ground
August 28, 2020
All Together Now Cobra Kai: Seasons 1-2 I AM A KILLER: Released Unknown Origins
Bad Boys may be for Life, but the first two movies in the franchise won’t be forever on Netflix. The streaming service is saying goodbye to Bad Boys and Bad Boys II at the end of the month, as well as a number of other popular titles, including Get Him to the Greek, Clueless, Groundhog Day, Child’s Play and He’s Just Not That Into You.
You’ve still got time to watch all these movies, but you better get on it if you’ve been putting it off! Read on for a complete list of what movies and TV shows are leaving Netflix in August.
August 1, 2020
Skins: Seasons 1-7
August 3, 2020
Paranormal Survivor:Seasons 1-2
August 7, 2020
Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer
August 14, 2020
Adventures in Public School
August 18, 2020
August 19, 2020
Some Kind of Beautiful
August 20, 2020
August 21, 2020
Just Go With It
August 23, 2020
August 25, 2020
Blue Is the Warmest Color
August 28, 2020
Bring It On: Worldwide Showdown
The Wicker Man
August 31, 2020
Bad Boys II
Failure to Launch
Get Him to the Greek
He’s Just Not That Into You
The Karate Kid
The Karate Kid Part II
The Karate Kid Part III
The Lake House
Life as We Know It
Observe and Report
Rugrats Go Wild
V for Vendetta
I hope your fav is not on the list, but new titles are added every month also.
The “Hamilton” movie is now available to stream on Disney Plus.
Fans who loved the highly acclaimed show can stream plenty of other theatrical works at home, including “Jersey Boys” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
“Hamilton” enthusiasts may particularly enjoy other musicals set in New York City, like “West Side Story,” or performances that star Lin-Manuel Miranda, such as “Mary Poppins Returns.”
Here’s what musicals to enjoy at home after watching “Hamilton.”
“West Side Story” is a must-see American musical.
The tragic and romantic story adapts “Romeo and Juliet” into a modern love story. Similar to the Shakespeare classic, it follows two rival families — or in the case of the musical, gangs — and the conflict comes to a head with a forbidden love interest. The dramatic production intertwines drama and iconic musical numbers and earned the 1961 movie 10 Academy Awards.
“Mary Poppins Returns” is a family friendly musical that also stars Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The lovable and magical character that is Mary Poppins returns to the Banks family in this 2018 spin on the classic musical. Fans of Lin-Manuel Miranda will be thrilled to know that the “Hamilton” mastermind also plays a central role in the “Mary Poppins” revival, which includes incredible dancing and singing that people of all ages will enjoy.
“Newsies: The Broadway Musical” is set in New York City at the turn of the 20th century.
“Newsies” is a Disney musical based on the Newsboys’ Strike of 1899 that follows character Jack Kelly, a newsboy who has aspirations to escape the city and become an artist. When publishing leaders raise costs at the expense of the newsies, Kelly and the newsies band together to push for labor rights.
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” is a lively musical-comedy.
Inspired by the biblical story of Joseph, the Andrew Lloyd Weber production — which was made into a movie starring Donny Osmond in 2000 — is full of life and color, and there’s no shortage of catchy songs. The musical not only intertwines biblical themes with humor, but it encourages audiences to believe in the beauty of their dreams.
The Broadway rendition of “Peter Pan” combines fairytale and musical.
The story about the boy who never wanted to grow up has been recreated in many forms over the years, from cartoon versions to live-action productions. But there’s something magical about the Broadway version of “Peter Pan,” a nostalgic show that all audiences can enjoy.
The film adaptation of “Jersey Boys” tells the story of Franki Vallie and the Four Seasons.
The musical biography gives audiences a look at the evolution of the Four Seasons, especially focusing on lead singer Frankie Valli. The story starts in early 1950s New Jersey and takes readers through the off-stage moments that defined the band, from their music to their personal lives.
The 1999 version of “Annie” is a classic that’s great for all ages.
The beloved musical follows young Annie from her New York City orphanage to the welcoming arms of Oliver Warbucks. Featuring iconic musical numbers like “Tomorrow” and “It’s the Hard Knock Life,” the 1999 movie version of the award-winning show is a delightful way to bring the theater home.
“The Sound of Music” is a timeless feel-good musical.
The movie that was inspired by the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is an award-winning classic and feel-good hit that embodies that idea that humor and music and make everything better. As a bonus, the movie includes an intermission, so the three-hour musical is a bit more digestible.
“Kinky Boots” is an entertaining and uplifting story with music by Cyndi Lauper.
The vibrant musical follows Charlie Price, who inherited his father’s shoe factory and needs to find new business opportunities to avoid bankruptcy. Price meets Lola, an entertainer who needs a pair of high-quality, fabulous heeled boots, and the two form an unlikely but meaningful friendship that makes for a memorable story.
“Rock of Ages” is a fun watch for fans of ’80s music.
The modern musical “Rock of Ages” was adapted for the big screen in 2012 and is essentially a 1980s time capsule. Featuring songs from rock icons like Bon Jovi and Def Leppard, and plenty of other one-hit wonders of the ’80s, the musical follows aspiring rockstars who move to Hollywood in hopes of making it big.
Khan choreographed hundreds of musical numbers during a career that spanned four decades, with some of India’s biggest stars dancing to her direction.
She died from a cardiac arrest at Guru Nanak Hospital in Mumbai on Friday, Narendra Sharma, one of her doctors, told CNN. Khan had been suffering from diabetes and was undergoing dialysis, Sharma said. He said she was battling an infection, which eventually led to cardiac arrest.
Khan had twice been tested for Covid-19 but both tests were negative, Sharma added.
Hit songs including “Dola Re Dola” from the movie “Devdas,” and “Yeh Ishq Haye” from the 2007 comedy “Jab We Met (When We Met)” were crafted under Khan’s choreography.
She also became known as a mentor to some of Bollywood’s most famous faces. Khan worked alongside late performer Sridevi in several titles, including “Mr. India,” ” Chandni” and “Lamhe,” and choreographed Bollywood veteran Madhuri Dixit in dozens more.
Dixit was among the stars to pay tribute to Khan on Friday, writing: “I’m devastated by the loss of my friend and guru, Saroj Khan. Will always be grateful for her work in helping me reach my full potential in dance. The world has lost an amazingly talented person. I will miss you.”
“Woke up to the sad news that legendary choreographer #SarojKhan is no more,” added actor Akshay Kumar, who worked alongside her on several productions. “She made dance look easy almost like anybody can dance, a huge loss for the industry. May her soul rest in peace.”
“Every time I got to know you would be choreographing the song I stepped up an extra notch,” said singer Shreya Ghoshal. “You brought nuances, expressions, grace on screen with your heroines. The end of an era.”
Add in Erin Doherty’s sparkling performance as the Queen’s quick-witted daughter, and it’s not hard to understand why people were frustrated by her lack of screen time.
That criticism has reached Morgan’s ears. During a virtual roundtable with Deadline ahead of Emmy nomination voting, Morgan shared that “So many people came afterwards and said ‘You will be putting more Erin in season 4 won’t you?'”
“It was because I think because Anne is [an] often overlooked member of the family and a neglected, an unknown member of the family, and the minute Erin’s interpretation of her—which goes far beyond what was written down in terms of what she brings to it—everybody has fallen in love with her,” he explained, noting that the show has also boosted the popularity of the real life Princess Anne.
“I read somewhere that Princess Anne’s personal popularity, the searches for her on Wikipedia, has sort of gone through the roof. She’s now by some margin the most popular royal, and I would say that something about Erin’s extraordinary talent has a lot to do with that.”
Morgan certainly praised Doherty’s performance, calling it a “standout piece of acting,” but he stopped short of confirming that fans would see more of her in season four. We’re keeping our fingers crossed.
Netflix and other streaming services have been a saving grace during coronavirus quarantines and lockdowns, with subscriptions spiking as we all settled in to Netflix party and chill while watching Tiger King. Chances are if you tried a bunch of new shows on Netflix, not all of them captured your attention enough to keep watching. The problem was that those shows would still appear in your Continue Watching section, making it harder to scroll to find the shows you actually did want to binge.
Now Netflix has a new feature that allows you to remove those shows from your Continue Watching row. The feature is live across all Android phones and tablets , and will come to iOS devices on Monday.
Here’s how to remove a show from your Netflix Continue Watching list on your phone or tablet:
Step 1: Tap the three dots at the bottom of the tile of the show you want to remove.
Step 2: At the bottom of the list, tap Remove From Row.
Step 3: Tap OK to remove the title.
That’s it! That same three-dot menu is also where you can find more episodes and information, downloading and liking or disliking options.
So this article lists 51 originals. I won’t post all 51, just a couple to tease you. If your interested in reading about all 51, click on the link below and happy binging !
“You know the moments when you’re scrolling through Netflix and can’t seem to find anything to watch? It’s not because there isn’t enough content on the platform, because there is tons to choose from–but that’s exactly what makes it so hard to pick. Well, take a deep breath. To help you sort through the tidal wave of the titles that drop on a weekly basis, here are 51 noteworthy Netflix original shows and movies coming to the streaming service in 2020.”
Only 48 more to peruse. Here’s hoping you find something to your liking.