New September 2015 Movies and TV Streaming on Netflix

August is finally over, which might lead you to believe the miserable summer heat will give way to glorious autumn. But there’s a catch: September is a sneaky-hot month, and has essentially become an unwanted extension of summer. There’s only one safe way to play this, my friends, and that’s to stay inside and watch Netflix.

Luckily, the world’s foremost streaming service is at our with some brand new programming. This month, we’ve got a Wes Anderson classic, CLOONEY, zombies, and JOAQUIN!

Avail. September 1

72 Dangerous Animals: Australia: Season 1
Arthur: Season 17
Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher
Battle Creek: Season 1
Blackbird
Capital C
Combustion
Da Jammies:Season 1
Divorce Corp.
Giggle and Hoot’s Best Ever!
Hamlet
Hardball
Heather McDonald: I Don’t Mean to Brag
Lawrence of Arabia: Restored Version (1962)
Los Hombres También Lloran: Season 1
Masters of the Universe
Mississippi Damned
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: Volume 1
Mouk: Season 1
Our Man in Tehran
Pandas: The Journey Home
Person of Interest: Season 1-3
Puffin Rock: Season 1
Rambo: First Blood
Rambo III: Ultimate Edition
Shake the Dust
Sleepy Hollow
Such Good People
The Adventures of Sharkboy & Lavagirl
The League: Season 6
The Monster Squad
Up in the Air
Zathura
Zoo Clues: Season 1

Avail. Sept. 2

Black or White
Miss Julie

Avail. Sept. 3

Baby Daddy: Season 4
Bad Night
Madame Secretary: Season 1
Melissa & Joey: Season 4

Avail. Sept. 7

Space Dandy: Season 2

Avail. Sept. 8

6 Years
Love at First Fight

Avail. Sept. 9

Teen Beach Movie 2

Avail. Sept. 10

Fugitivos: Season 1
Longmire: Season 4

Avail. Sept. 11

About Elly
God Bless the Child
Madame Bovary

Avail. Sept. 14

It Happened Here
Portlandia: Season 5
The Roughnecks
Why Did I Get Married?

Avail. Sept. 13

Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 4 (part 2)
Pixies

Avail. Sept. 14

Call the Midwife: Series 4

Avail. Sept. 15

Closer to the Moon
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret
Kambu: Season 1
Rubble Kings
Sin Senos no Hay Paraiso: Season 1
The Bank Job
The Road Within
Zoobabu: Season 1

Avail. Sept. 16

Moonrise Kingdom
Reservation Road
The Blacklist: Season 2
The Fosters: Season 3

Avail. Sept. 17

The Mysteries of Laura: Season 1

Avail. Sept. 18

Keith Richards: Under the Influence

Avail. Sept. 21

Gotham: Season 1
The Following: Season 3

Avail. Sept 22

Person of Interest: Season 4
Philomena
SMOSH: The Movie

Avail. Sept. 23

The Loft

Avail. Sept. 24

Iris

Avail. Sept. 25

Blue Bloods: Season 5
Hawaii Five-0
Parenthood: Season 6
VeggieTales in the House: Season 1

Avail. Sept. 26

The Canyons

Avail. Sept. 27

The Walking Dead: Season 5

Avail. Sept. 29

Bones: Season 10
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Monster High: Boo York
RL Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls

Avail. Sept. 30

Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Series 12
Leafie: A Hen into the Wild
Midnight’s Children
Murdoch Mysteries: Season 4-7
Ned Rifle

President Obama Will Guest Star on Bear Grylls’ Wilderness Show

Now back to talking about the current POTUS, Mr. Obama will be guest starring on Bear Grylls’ Running Wild with Bear Grylls. An interesting guest star, undoubtedly. President Obama will be the first U.S. President to ever tape the show, which takes celebrities and notable people on a two-day trip to the wilderness, testing their survival skills. This episode will be taped later this year, and will be another attempt by Obama to use entertainment to propel his initiatives. What do you want to see Mr. Obama do on the show?

Everything You Need to Know About ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Before it Begins Tonight

“The Walking Dead” companion series “Fear the Walking Dead” premieres this evening on AMC.

We’ve already seen it, and, if you’re a fan of “The Walking Dead,” we think you’re going to like what you see.

Season one will kick off with six episodes leading right into the next season of “The Walking Dead.”

Can’t wait for tonight? Here’s everything you should know ahead of the premiere.

  • ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ will take place during the early days of the zombie apocalypse.
  • Unlike ‘The Walking Dead,’ which started in Georgia, the new show will take place in Los Angeles, California, where there are an estimated 10.1 million people.
  • Unlike ‘The Walking Dead,’ which started in Georgia, the new show will take place in Los Angeles, California, where there are an estimated 10.1 million people.
  • The starting points are similar, the first day of our show is around or about the day that Rick (from ‘The Walking Dead’) was shot and fell into his coma.’
  • Season one of ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ will fill in the gaps of what happened during a portion of when Rick was in his coma.
  • Instead of focusing on one man’s family like in ‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Fear’ will center around English teacher Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis) who tries to balance two families.
  • There’s his ex-wife, Liza Ortiz (Elizabeth Rodriguez), and his unruly teenage son Chris (Lorenzo James Henrie).
  • And then there’s his girlfriend, guidance counselor Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), and her two teenage kids.
  • We have Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey), a bright, young teenager who can’t wait to graduate and get away from home.
  • And then there’s Madison’s son Nick (Frank Dillane), who is a heroin addict.
  • Things start to go awry when he stumbles upon someone who is undead.
  • Unlike the zombies in ‘The Walking Dead,’ those in ‘Fear’ will look a bit different.
  • The undead on ‘Fear’ will be known as infected, not walkers, roamers, or biters like on ‘The Walking Dead.’ Remember, these are the early days of the zombie apocalypse, so, no one is really sure what they’re dealing with quite yet.
  • However, it will take a while to convince some people that they are even among the undead.
  • By then, it may be too late for some.

Meet The Man Who Made $2 Billion With Netflix Stock

Advice: Buy all the stock you can right now. Any stock. As much as your bank account will allow. Because you know what? That stock might one day be so valuable that a little-known video-rental company you threw down some coins for in the olden days may end up netting you $2 billion when you cash in all your shares. (Insert Dr. Evil pinky-to-mouth gesture here.)

This latest story of riches to riches (the guy was rich before Netflix; he’s just richer now) involves a hedge-fund manager named Carl Icahn. Born and raised in Queens, New York, Icahn has been in the money business since the ’70s, and the 79-year-old businessman isn’t slowing down. You know what’s so impressive about this coup though? Icahn didn’t buy his shares in 2003 or 2004; he bought them in 2012 at 58 bucks a pop. Now they’re worth $658 and Icahn had 10 percent of the shares. Not a bad sum of money to retire to. And the other 20 billion dollars he’s got laying around is probably just going to make his golden years more sweet.

As Bro Bible points out: Icahn really knows how to pick ’em. (He also owes some of his success to Orange Is the New Black, which helped skyrocket Netflix’s stock prices right back into the stratosphere.)

Showtime to Launch a Standalone Streaming Service

Following in the footsteps of fellow premium cable network HBO, Showtime is set to launch its very own standalone streaming service. The new service, which will simply be called Showtime, is set to launch July 12 for a monthly price of just $11 USD and — much like HBO Now — will be an Apple exclusive while offering live streaming and full access to Showtime’s entire collection of films and original programming. Furthermore, apps will be available for the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad while new subscribers will be able to take advantage of a free 30-day trial at launch.

Foo Fighters Will Be David Letterman’s Final ‘Late Show’ Musical Guests

As a personal favorite of David Letterman’s, Foo Fighters will have the honor of closing out Letterman’s tenure as host of the Late Show, according to Rolling Stone.

This is far from the first time the Foo Fighters have appeared on the Late Show. The band first appeared in 1995 for a rendition of “This Is A Call,” but their epic performance of “Everlong” for Letterman’s return from quintuple bypass surgery in 2000 kicked off the special relationship between the band and host.

As Letterman put it, it was “my favorite band playing my favorite song.”

In November last year, the Foo Fighters hung around Letterman’s show for an entire week for the release of 2014’s Sonic Highways. Their performance of “Miracle” had special significance to Letterman, as he explains how the song helped forge a bond with his four-year-old son.

Given the long, touching history between Letterman and Foo Fighters, Wednesday’s closing performance has the makings of something special.

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The First Four Episodes of Game of Thrones Season 5 Have Leaked

On the very eve of the latest season’s premier, it has been reported that the first four episodes of Game of Thrones Season 5 were spotted across a number of torrent trackers. The leaked episodes were downloaded more than 100,000 times during the first three hours and this number is set to increase by day’s end. HBO had carefully timed the launch of its HBO Now streaming service around the premier, with cable-free access to Game of Thrones being one of the biggest selling points of the new service. This serves as a huge blow to the network giant and we will just have to wait and see how they respond to this unforeseen event.