We are approaching that time of year, with a rush of new seasons of our favorite TV shows and of course, long awaited, award-winning predicted films.
As summer comes to an end, and busy days get busier, don't forget to make room in your schedule for winding down.
Here are eight upcoming season premiers and movies for you to look out for this September.
1. The Sinner: Miniseries
Ending mid-September, this eight-episode mini series will blow your mind. The show, starring Jessica Biel and Bill Pullman, follows the mysterious and disturbing case of a seemingly normal mother, who one beautiful day at the beach with her son, brutally stabs a man she claims not to know to death!
And that is just the beginning, you will be jaw dropped from start to finish of every episode, which of course leaves you searching for answers, forced to wait till next week for resolution. "The Sinner" is an entirely new twist, a heartbreaking thriller that is, at points, truly terrifying. You'll be hooked instantly.
The series continues on into mid-September, every Wednesday night at 10 pm. Make sure to catch up on any episodes you missed, on the USA Network Website.
2. The Deuce: Season 1
The Deuce, starring James Franco, comes to HBO on September 10th. The new series follows the rise of prostitution and the porn industry in New York City during the '70s and '80s. Like so many other HBO series' we know and love, the show is destined to be exhilarating, bold, fearless, and likely extremely inappropriate!
Check out the trailer (I'm sure you'll be sold by the preview alone) and be sure not to miss premiere on September 10th.
3. This is Us: Season 2
For any of you who were so fortunate as to catch Season 1 of "This is Us" on NBC, I'm sure you don't need a reminder for the Season 2 countdown.
The show follows the lives of three siblings, Kevin, Kate, and Randall. Each episode, we switch back and forth in time between their current lives and their childhood. The family series received 11 Emmy Nominations and captured the hearts of people of all ages across the country. You'll probably cry a lot, and fall in love with the dynamic, complicated characters who can remind us a lot of ourselves.
Unfortunately, NBC has yet to release a season 2 trailer or promo, but you can watch the season 1 trailer above for whoever is looking to start from the beginning! Catch up on everything you missed on the NBC website, in time for the premier on Tuesday, September 26th at 9/8c.
Based on the acclaimed 1986 novel by Stephen King, "It" follows a group of kids, racing against the clock to uncover a dark curse which has ascended upon their town by an evil clown. Many of you may have seen the original miniseries in (1990), and you're all probably, like me, scarred for life.
Nonetheless, I'll be seeing this version as well, as horrifying as the trailer may be... Coming to theaters on September 8th!
Coming to select theaters September 22nd, Stronger tells the incredibly true story of author, and survivor; Jeff Bauman. His story is centered around the attack at the Annual Boston Marathon in 2013. Jeff Bauman attended the race, cheering from the finish line in support of his girlfriend when the bomb went off. The explosion left him in critical condition and eventually resulted in the loss of both of his legs.
This film, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, will tell the gut wrenching story of Bauman's fight to take back his life amidst the aftermath of April 15th, 2013, and of the people of Boston's refusal to allow hatred and violence to overcome their city.
6. Battle of the Sexes
From the director of two time Oscar-winning, Little Miss Sunshine, comes the true story of Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.
The film recounts the 1973 tennis match between the Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, one of the most watched televised sport events in history. Why did everyone care so much? We'll have wait and see for the full picture, however, for starters, Billie Jean King was a world champion, female tennis player, and Bobby Riggs is a world champion, male tennis player.
The match changed the face of woman's sports, while captivating the attention of millions around the world. Coming to theaters on September 22nd!
7. Will & Grace: Revival Season 9
Will & Grace aired on NBC on September 21st, 1998, and ran for eight seasons 'til its finale on May 18th, 2006. The show earned twenty-seven Golden Globe nominations, and an enormous fan base. Like other classic, widely admired sitcoms, such as Friends or Seinfeld, the devastation upon the series finale was unbearable.
And now, the wait is over. The Will & Grace revival, season 9, is not just a rumor, and it's coming to NBC on September 28th!
8. BoJack Horseman: Season 4
Season 4 of BoJack Horseman is coming to Netflix on September 8th. This animated comedy/drama, follows the life of a humanoid horse, BoJack, and his big comeback in Hollywood, years after his very popular sitcom "Horsin' Around" was suddenly cancelled.
Netflix has not yet released a promo for season 4, but above you can watch the official trailer for the show, for anyone looking to start from the beginning. Be sure to catch up on Netflix before you check out the new season![Feature Image Courtesy Variety]