We’re not going to lie to you. When it comes to streaming shows, September is rough. Between all the great games and the awesome selection of movies coming this month, there’s a lack of great streaming shows available in September. Fortunately, we’ve picked out which streaming series are worth your time this mont in our Complete guide to Streaming in September 2019. Check it out and let us know what you think on Twitter!
Terrace House: Tokyo (Netflix, September 20)
If you’ve ever listened to one of our podcasts, you know we love Terrace House And the fact that this wonderful Japanese reality show is coming to Tokyo is even more exciting! For the uninitiated, Terrace House is a reality show where six contestants (three boys and three girls) live in one house. They typically work towards career goals, though they are also open to romantic pursuits. And unlike other reality shows, the contestants decide when it is time for them to leave the house.
Plus, Terrace House has a cast of hosts who cut into the show to provide commentary. This makes it not only our favorite reality show, but also our favorite after-show. The pervious Netflix seasons have been excellent. But the new Tokyo season provides the perfect jumping on point for anyone who is curious about the Terrace House franchise.
Disenchanted (Netflix , September 20)
We’ve been waiting for part two of Netflix’s high fantasy franchise since it debuted in a year ago. Matt Groening brought his signature Futurama animation style to the Netflix fantasy series in 2018 to massive acclaim. Fans of fantasy stories and fans of adult animation alike were thrilled by Part 1 of the Netflix series. And Part 2 will surly be just as exciting.
Transparent (Amazon Prime, September 25)
Since its debut in 2014, Transparent has been Amazon’s flagship series. While the show has surely come up against some hardships over the last several years, it continues to be an audience favorite. And with with musical finale episode coming this month, it continues to be the most anticipated Amazon series to date.
The Politician (Netflix, September 27)
Ryan Murphy signed a deal with Netflix last year, but The Politician is the first product we’ve seen from that deal so far. Murhphy’s entire career has been defined by moving from one project to the next, allowing one to fade while the other enhances. Murphy obviously has a series of popular FX series still running, including American Horror Story, American Crime Story, Feud, and Pose. But with an exclusive deal at Netflix, will his Netflix series begin to shine while this FX series falter? The Politician will be the first sign.
But what do you think? Which streaming series are you most looking forward to this year? Let us know on Twitter @NerdItHereFirst. And don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter so you never miss any news on the best streaming services each and every month.