This Month In Streaming: Amazon Prime & Disney+ (September 2020) Part II

Which shows are returning or premiering for the first time on Amazon Prime and Disney+.

Earlier this week, I listed the coming arrivals of Netflix, Hulu, and HBOMax. To see those shows, click here for Part 1.

As I was talking about in part 1, September is going to be an amazing month for streaming with hundreds of new movies and shows as well as some popular series that are returning for another season. I wrote about how excited I was for Fargo season 4 which premieres later in the month on Hulu after a postponed release from April. The show I’m most looking forward to is season 2 of Prime’s The Boys, a graphic and hilarious look at how the world would look and work if superheroes actually existed. Season 1 ended on a huge cliffhanger and I cannot wait to see what happens next! The Boys premieres on Prime on September 4th.

In part 2, I’ve compiled the September releases of another couple popular streaming services: Amazon Prime and Disney+.

I’m going to start with Disney+ because there is an important note before we get started…  After much anticipation, this movie was supposed to hit theaters back in March but like so many other films and events, it didn't work out that way. But the controversial film finally has a premiere date. On September 4th, Mulan will be streaming on Disney+ but it will NOT be included in your existing $5.99/month subscription. Instead, if you’ve been waiting to see this movie, you’ll have to fork out another $29.99. For some, this is a huge extra cost considering an entire year of Disney+ is only 84 dollars. For others, though, after paying for two adult and a couple more kid’s tickets… and snacks… and sodas they’ll actually be saving money. And of course, it’s unrealistic to think Disney would just give us the movie outright after shelling out 200 million dollars to produce it! Of course, Mulan will stream for free eventually but if you’re not willing to wait, the good thing is once you buy it, you’ll be able to watch it over and over again (as long as your Disney+ subscription is paid and active).

 

Disney+

September 4th

Mulan (See final paragraph above if you haven’t read it already)

Earth to Ned

One Day at Disney

Muppets Now

Pixar in Real Life

Weird But True

Ancient China from Above 

D2: The Mighty Ducks 

D3: The Mighty Ducks 

Never Been Kissed

Strange Magic

Trick or Treat

The Wolverine

 

 

September 11th

Christopher Robin

 

September 18th

Becoming

Bend it Like Beckham 

Coop & Cami Ask the World

Europe from Above

Ever After: A Cinderella Story

Kingdom of the Mummies

Marvel Super Hero Adventure 

Notre Dame: Race Against the Inferno 

Once Upon a Time 

Soy Luna 

Violetta 

Wicked Tuna

 

September 25th

Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Secret Society of Second-Born Royals

Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself

The Giant Robber Crab 

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

Muppet Babies

Oceans 

Port Protection: Alaska

Sydney to the Max

Wild Central America

X-Ray Earth

 

 

Amazon Prime

September 1st

1/1 (2018)
1 Million Happy Nows (2018)
A Birder’s Guide To Everything (2014)
Abe & Phil’s Last Poker Game (2018)
Addicted To Fresno (2015)
Alex Cross (2012)
American Dragons (1998)
Bachelor Lions (2020)
Barney Thomson (2016)
Beach Party (1963)
Bewitched (2005)
Big Time (1988)
Bitter Melon (2018)
Bully (2019)
C.O.G. (2013)
Carrington (1995)
Casino Royale (2006)
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977)
Dark Matter (2007)
De-Lovely (2004)
Defense Of The Realm (1986)
Die, Monster, Die! (1965)
Don’t Talk To Irene (2018)
Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine (1965)
Eaten By Lions (2020)
Employee Of The Month (2006)
Enemy Within (2019)
Extreme Justice (1993)
Face 2 Face (2017)
Gas-s-s-s (1970)
I’d Like To Be Alone Now (2019)
I’m Not Here (2019)
Kart Racer (2003
Kramer Vs. Kramer (1979)
Lakeview Terrace (2008)
Lord Love A Duck (1966)
Man Of La Mancha (1972)
Microbe And Gasoline (2016)
Miss Nobody (2010)
Muscle Beach Party (1964)
Music Within (2007)
No Way To Live (2017)
Patriots Day (2017)
Rambo (2008)
Sex And The City: The Movie (2008)
Sex And The City 2 (2010)
Slash (2007)
Slow Burn (2007)
Snapshots (2018)
Sunlight Jr. (2013)
The Bank Job (2008)
The Billion Dollar Hobo (1977)
The Birdcage (1997)
The Dunning Man (2018)
The Festival (2019)
The Go-Getters (2018)
The Graduate (1967)
The Hanoi Hilton (1987)
The Haunted Palace (1963)
The House On Carroll Street (1988)
The Last House On The Left (1972)
The Mechanic (1972)
The Ring Thing (2018)
The Video Dead (1986)
The Visitors (1972)
The Weight Of Water (2002)
The White Bus (1967)
The Woods (2006)
The Yes Men (2004)
To Keep The Light (2018)
The Turkey Bowl (2019)
Twice-Told Tales (1963)
Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls (2007)
Warrior Road (2017)
Weather Girl (2009)
What Children Do (2018)
What If It Works? (2018)
Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1972)
Yongary: Monster From The Deep (1967)
Zoom (2016)

 

September 2nd

Hell on the Border (2019)

 

September 4th

The Boys

Dana Dana the Movie (2020)

 

September 16th

Blackbiord (2020)

 

September 18th

Gemini Man (2019)

All in: The Fight for Democracy (2020)

 

September 22nd

The Addams Family (2019)

 

September 25th

Utopia

Judy (2019)

 

September 28th

Inherit the Viper (2020)

Force of Nature (2020)

 

September 29th

Trauma Center (2019)

 

So as you can see, on these two services alone, there are literally hundreds of movies and shows that will be available in September. And that doesn’t even include the behemoths like Netflix and HBOMax and the smaller yet substantial services like Showtime, AMC, FX and more. Maybe I’ll do a part 3 for network and cable tv shows if the interest is there.

On a final note regarding season 2 of The Boys on Prime. Usually Prime shows drop all episodes on the premiere date for binge-watching and I’m pretty disappointed that isn’t the case this time around. Instead, episodes one through three will be available on the 4th and then one episode will drop each Friday for the next month until the season finale on October 9th. It looks like with how popular the show has become in the past 14 months, Amazon is going to try to milk subscribers to pay for September and October if they want to watch the entire season week to week. Of course, you could just wait until October 9th and binge the whole thing...

What are you guys looking most forward to? Is there anyone out there who loves The Boys and Fargo as much as me? I’d love to chat with some fellow fans!

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