Now that summer is winding down, one doesn’t have to feel so guilty about a good old TV and movie marathon. Fall weather means it’s simply too chilly to go outside! Luckily, next month will bring a number of new releases to streaming services, including a brand new series from Ryan Murphy and returning favorites (This Is Us fans, get the tissues ready). Drake fans will be pleased to hear that the rapper serves as a producer on the upcoming Netflix series Top Boy; if you’re in the mood for a comedy, the new Mindy Kaling–written Late Night will satisfy; and on HBO, Maggie Gyllenhaal returns in The Deuce’s third season.
Below, eight things to stream in September.
Untouchable, Hulu, September 2
This new documentary explores the rise and fall of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. Directed by Ursula Macfarlane, it features interviews with former colleagues of Weinstein’s, as well as victims of his alleged abuse. (Weinstein’s criminal trial is set for January 2020, after several delays.)
Late Night, Amazon, September 6
Written by and starring Mindy Kaling, this comedy-about-comedy features Emma Thompson as Katherine Newbury, a ruthless late-night talk show host whose world is turned upside down when she hires her first female staff writer, Molly Patel (Kaling). They have differences galore, but do Katherine and Molly both love their work enough to overcome them?
The Deuce: Season 3, HBO, September 9
Maggie Gyllenhaal returns as a sex-worker-turned-porn-filmmaker in The Deuce’s third season. With earlier seasons set in 1970s New York, the series followed the legalization of the porn industry; this season, however, will take place in the mid-1980s, exploring the rise of HIV and the “cocaine epidemic.”
Top Boy: Season 3, Netflix, September 13
This drug-drama revival is co-produced by Drake, who was a fan of the first two seasons of the show, which ran in the U.K. from 2011 to 2013. The plot follows two seasoned drug dealers in London who return to the streets in pursuit of money and power—along the way, they’re threatened by a new hustler. Power struggles guaranteed.
Unbelievable, Netflix, September 13
Based on real events, this Netflix drama stars Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, and Kaitlyn Dever. Marie Adler (Dever) is a teenager accused of lying about having been raped; two female detectives then investigate a spate of eerily similar attacks. The limited series is based on a Pulitzer Prize–winning article, “An Unbelievable Story of Rape.”
This Is Us: Season 4, Hulu, September 25
This crowd favorite is back for its fourth season, starring Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Chrissy Metz, Sterling K. Brown, and more. The new installment promises plenty of twists coming up for the Pearson family, including new jobs, new cities, and brand new drama. No trailer is available yet—we’ll just have to wait a little longer for those tears.
The Politician, Netflix, September 27
Ryan Murphy has been as busy as usual; The Politician, which he co-created, follows Payton (Tony-winning actor and singer Ben Platt), who, since childhood, has simply known that he’s going to be president. First, though, he’ll have to navigate the most political world of all: high school. Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lange also star.
Teen Spirit, Hulu, September 30
Starring Elle Fanning and a killer pop soundtrack, this coming-of-age film follows a shy teenager who dreams of becoming a famous singer. With the help of a mentor, she enters a local singing competition, making for a “visceral and stylish spin on the Cinderella story.”
Originally Appeared on Vogue