September is here! The unofficial start of fall, means the unofficial start of the fall TV season. Here are some new viewing options for this first day of the new month...
Transplant on NBC
Scrub in for the season premiere of #Transplant tonight at 10/9c on @NBC, streaming next day on @peacocktv. 🩺 https://t.co/8vrX6HeicF— Transplant (@Transplant)1598965200.0
Since most production studios have been shut down for months, the TV networks are having to get creative for new programming. NBC went north of the border and bought this medical drama from Canada. It's about a Syrian doctor who survives the civil war in his country and moves west to start a new life. Transplant premieres tonight on NBC.
16 And Recovering on MTV
September is National Recovery Month. Northshore Recovery High School specializes in supporting students struggling with addiction. MTV was given unprecedented access for one year to tell the stories of the students and facility fighting for recovery. To take action and find resources on substance use disorders and emotional health, visit http://16andRecovering.com
Felipe Esparza on Netflix
Stand-up comedian, actor and Last Comic Standing winner Felipe Esparza digs deeper into his past in his first Netflix Original comedy specials, Felipe Esparza: Bad Decisions and Felipe Esparza: Malas Decisiones.
Bill And Ted Face The Music on VOD
Bill and Ted are back for a third film in their excellent trilogy. You can watch it now On Demand.
Supernanny on Lifetime
Move over Mary Poppins. Supernanny is back starting tonight on Lifetime.
The Boss Baby Back In Business on Netflix
This new interactive special is streaming now.
Bookmarks on Netflix
It's storytime with Lupita Nyong'o, Common & more! Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices is streaming now!
Women Make Film on TCM
Get ready for an unprecedented four month film festival celebrating female movie makers. It all starts tonight on TCM.
2nd on VOD
Need some more Ryan Phillippe in your life? Check out his new action movie On Demand now.
Robin's Wish on VOD
Man do we miss this genius. Check out this new documentary about Robin Williams, On Demand.