Another month, another few weeks of sitting on the couch eating TeeVee Snacks right out of the box. And we’ve got some ripper stuff for you to stream in September. Chuck your trackies on, put the popcorn in the microwave and get cosy.
Here's everything you should be binge-watching this month, whether it's Netflix, Sky, NEON or TVNZ on Demand.
If you’re in the mood to laugh till you’ve formed a seriously impressive six-pack (can’t complain), this one is for you. Created by Waco O’Guin and Roger Black (AKA the guys who gave us Brickleberry), Paradise PD is an American adult animation comedy that follows a small town police department where the cops are comically sh*t at their jobs. It's up on Netflix right now.
Iron Fist Season 2
The second season of Iron Fist is about to be thrown our way, and we can’t wait to see what Danny and Jess will get up to this time. We're secretly hoping for a sidekick: Copper Foot. It’ll be available on Netflix September 7.
Bojack Horseman Season 5
Raphael Bob-Waksberg's hit adult series, Bojack Horseman (commonly referred to as ‘that horse show’) is back at it again with a brand new fifth season. Prep yourselves for some serious animal puns and a whole lot of tummy-dropping trauma. Check it out from September 14.
Written by Patrick Somerville, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, and featuring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone (eek), Maniac will be coming to your Netflix screens September 29. The series follows two strangers undergoing a mysterious pharmaceutical treatment to change their lives for the better.
TVNZ On Demand
September marks 125 years since women got the right to vote in New Zealand and this month and TVNZ is celebrating by putting their Pioneering Women series on TVNZ on demand. You’ll find short and sweet pieces on what really happened when women got the vote, as well as information or interviews with the likes of The Topp Twins, Shona Laing, Ettie Rout and more.
If you’re a fan of Sensing Murder and other medium shows, then buckle up for Seatbelt Psychic. Thomas John picks up people in his car—he’s never met them, nor does he know what spirits await—but he passes on detailed messages that are fun, emotional and shocking. Believe it...or not. Available from 14 December
Watch Stephen King’s mind at its finest when Castle Rock hits Lightbox this September 13th. A psychological thriller, set in Castle Rock Main, it tells the story of death-row attorney Henry Deaver who receives an anonymous phone call and is drawn back to his hometown to help a sinister, mostly mute man who is being kept in a cage below Shawshank Prison. Do you have goosebumps yet?
Tin Star tells the story of Jim Worth, an ex-British detective who is now a small town police chief of Little Big Bear. Set in the Canadian Rockies, a new oil refinery opens nearby and their home is flooded with workers looking for drugs, gambling and prostitution. Jim works hard to protect his family and town, but dangerous secrets come to the surface and reveal that not all is as it seems...Jim is also Jack and Jack is far more menacing than Jim. Thriller, drama and dark comedy, it’s worth checking out this month.
The Jinx: The Life And Deaths Of Robert Durst
Three murders. Four decades. No conviction. Such is the life of Robert Durst, who comes from a wealthy New York real estate family. The Jinx: The Life And Deaths Of Robert Durst sets out to expose long-buried information discovered during a seven-year investigation with Bob Durst at its centre. Exploring some of the most notorious unsolved crimes in New York this doco-series has an audience score of 97% on Rotten Tomatoes, so make this a must—available from September 13th.
Navy SEALS have a long-held fascination with their stellar skills and secret tasks. Seal Team comes to NEON this September, following the personal and professional lives of the most elite unit as they undertake dangerous, high stake missions. Jason Hayes is the leader of the Tier One team and as they prepare for a mission in Afghanistan. Available from September 19th.