Any month is a great month for binge-watching, but BINGE’s September highlights is worth a special mention because of the caliber of content that’s coming in this month. For starters, the vampires of Staten Island are back in What We Do in the Shadows‘ brand new season three. New episodes of this acclaimed mockumentary start streaming on 3rd September, the very same day that the reality series Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles also premieres on the streaming service.
A few days earlier, BBC’s highly anticipated crime drama, Vigil, also premiered on BINGE with new episodes streaming weekly. If you’re a huge fan of award-winning crime dramas like Line of Duty and Bodyguard, it’s highly likely that you’ll also love this one starring Doctor Foster’s Suranne Jones and Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie.
If you’re looking for a riveting drama based on true events, then look no further than American Crime Story‘s third season titled Impeachment. The new instalment of this anthology series covers one of the most shocking political scandals in the world. Don’t miss its Australian premiere on 8th September.
After working together in the movie A Most Violent Year, we’ll get to see Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain reuniting for HBO’s American remake of the critically lauded 1973 miniseries Scenes from a Marriage by Ingmar Bergman. It follows a married couple navigating life, love, and hate as their marriage disintegrates. The new drama series premieres on 13th September.
Things get more fast-paced and exciting by the second week of the month with the launch of Y: The Last Man on 14th September, based on the acclaimed comic book series of the same name. The show has been in development and production since 2015 so fans have been waiting for this for a really long time.
Even if you haven’t read the comic books, the premise of Y: The Last Man is engaging enough to rouse your interest, in which the world is plagued by a mysterious event killing all males, with the exception of one and his pet monkey, making both of them “reproductively interesting”.
BINGE also adds this month B.J. Novak’s new anthology series, The Premise, which hits streaming on 17th September. Comprised of five half-hour episodes and bolstered by a star-studded cast, The Premise takes on hard-hitting topics that characterise the present world we live in, including gun control, social justice, sex, revenge, and more.
Meanwhile, TV shows that launched last month are still streaming on BINGE with their latest weekly episodes. For superhero fans, new episodes of DC’s Stargirl and Supergirl are added every week. For a dose of grim and horror, BINGE has The Walking Dead‘s final season and American Horror Story: Double Feature. More of a comedy fan? Reservation Dogs is still streaming on BINGE too.
September is filled with new movie releases as well. From the latest blockbusters to classic titles, BINGE has got you covered, starting with the Kevin Hart-starrer comedy, Night School. For sci-fi action and adventure, Pacific Rim Uprising offers exactly those things, while Liam Neeson reminds fans why he’s practically an action figure in Honest Thief. Legendary movies made by some of the world’s greatest filmmakers also join BINGE’s September highlights – Brian De Palma’s Scarface, Oliver Stone’s Any Given Sunday, and Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York.
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