Streamers, it is that time of the month again! TheDigitalHash.com has filtered the 10 best from the innumerable titles all set to make their digital debut across platforms in this month.
Without further ado, here’s the September Streaming list you just can’t miss. Read on.
Iron Fist season 2 (Netflix)
The next season of Iron Fist will go deeper into the life of Iron Fist aka Danny Rand. In the upcoming season 2 of the Marvel web series, Danny will be challenged by Davos aka Steel Serpent a fellow student from K’un Lun, like Danny. The series streams on September 7.
BoJack Horseman (Netflix)
The humanoid horse returns to tell his tales in the fifth season of the series. What’s new in this one? BoJack has a human sidekick to help bring his life back on track. Boasting of the voices of Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Amy Sedaris, the very new episodes will stream from September 18.
Follow the story of Sam, the autistic 18 year old trying to fall in love. The season 2 will consists of 10 episodes, and will take the story forward from where the first season ended. It is looking at a streaming date of September 7.
Nappily Ever After (Netflix)
Sanaa Lathan stars in the film as Violet, who has a perfect love and professional life. But not being proposed to, gets her to realize that life is not all perfect after all and she goes bald to have a new perspective. The novel based film releases on September 21.
The Purge (Amazon Prime)
Based on popular film franchise by the same name, The Purge is adapted into a series. Set in an authoritarian America, the residents are given a 12 hour window every year, where they can commit any crime they want, and they will not be prosecuted for it. The series streams on September 5.
City of Joy (Netflix)
An unlikely friendship develops between a Congolese doctor and a human rights activist. Together they join the forces to create a safe haven for women in a war torn Congo. The documentary streams on September 7.
Ingobernable 2 (Netflix)
The first lady of Mexico is trying to retain her sanity between the various political happenings. The season two of the series picks up from where the season one ended. The only twist being that Emilia will find that it is not just her country which is corrupt, even her own family is not without corruption. The series is streaming on September 14.
The Most Assassinated Woman in The World (Netflix)
The film revolves around a famous French heroine Paula Maxa of the Grand Guignol Theater, whose career is full of films where is she assassinated. Not just on stage, the theatre seems to be involved into many murders in real life as well. The film streams on September 7.
The Shocking Case of Stefano Cucchi (Netflix)
The film tells the true story of Stefano Cucchi, a small time drug dealer who is arrested for a small crime, but died mysteriously in Rome prison. The film tells the last seven days of his life. It streams on 12 September.
D.L. Hughley: Contrarian (Netflix)
Comedian D. L. Hughley will talks about a host of topics in his upcoming comedy special from politics to pop culture. The show was shot as Hughley performed in Philadelphia’s Merriam Theatre. It premieres on September 18.
You have your list, now go ahead and enjoy the month.