Your favs are back this month!
The Handmaid’s Tale
Stream on Hulu Sept. 14.
Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale left off with June killing Commander Waterford and this season we’ll see the consequences . The series creator Bruce Miller gave some insight on what else we can expect in an interview with Forbes, “Next season will ask the question: How do you continue to fight and struggle for outcomes you may never see in your lifetime? June is fighting for a future she may never live to see.” Watch the season 5 trailer here.
Stream on Paramount+ Sept. 29.
Season 1 of the U.S. adaptation of the BBC show Ghosts aired on CBS October 7, 2021. The series was renewed in January while it was still running, not yet to its episode 18 finale. Back in July the official trailer was released and it shows the moments after the fall Jay and Samantha took through the faulty flooring of their haunted fixer upper just as they opened their doors to the first guests of their bed and breakfast. In the trailer Jay tries to find out if he can now see the ghosts they’ve befriended since the fall, it looks like he can’t see them but he sees something…Watch the trailer here.
Stream on Hulu Sept. 22.
Abbott Elementary, the brainchild of series star Quinta Brunson will return to ABC with its sophomore season and of course you’ll be able to stream the new season just like the first on Hulu. Abbott Elementary was a huge success making history as ABC’s first comedy debut to quadruple its ratings according to TV Insider. The adorned sitcom is also up for seven Emmys this year with Brunson making history herself as the first Black woman to receive three comedy Emmy nominations. Watch the season 2 teaser here.
Stream on Hulu Sept. 15.
Luckily, we don’t have to wait 4 years for the fourth and final season of the beloved FX series, Atlanta. Season 3 premiered March 24 of this year with the 10th and final episode airing on May 19. The third season took several different turns especially the finale titled, “Tarrare” which was quite disturbing. As far as what we can expect from Darius, Paper Boi, Earn, and Van this final season, they will be back in Atlanta. Watch the season 4 trailer here.
Stream on Hulu Sept. 22.
The Kardashian-Jenner fam are back with season 2 of their new Hulu show, The Kardashians. Season 1 premiered in April of this year and revealed even more of the five sisters lives than the 20 season long Keeping Up With the Kardashians. The Kardashians debut mainly followed Kim’s SNL debut and the start of her relationship with now ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson, Kourtney’s engagement to Travis Barker and their fertility journey, and Khloé’s relationship with her daughter True’s father Tristian Thompson later finding out (from Kim) on the season finale that Thompson had a secret baby on the way. In the new season we’ll be seeing Kravis’s wedding, Pete Davidson (but probably not the breakup), Khloé expecting her second child (who’s now here) with Tristian via surrogate, Kylie’s postpartum journey after having her son, and Kris having surgery. Watch the trailer for season 2 here.
Stream on OWN/Hulu Sept. 6.
Today the seventh and final season of OWN’s Queen Sugar premiered on Oprah’s OWN Network. The sixth season brought a lot of trials and tribulations to the Bordelon family but they prove season after season that there’s nothing they can’t overcome as long as they have each other. To recap a little bit of season 6—Ralph Angel and Darla welcomed their daughter into the world, Aunt Vi had a health scare, the police wouldn’t leave Nova alone, Charley reconciled with her ex-husband Davis and agreed to move back to L.A., Aunt Vi and Blue were reunited, and at the end the Bordelons were victorious when not only did they not have to sell the farm despite being blackmailed but the farm was also declared a historical site. It looks like celebrations are in store for the Bordelons this final season, hopefully there will be more victories than anything. Watch the season 7 trailer here.
Stream season 3 on Hulu Sept. 30.
It’s been some time since we’ve seen Ramy. Season 2 of the Hulu original based on the creator and main character Ramy Youssef’s real life premiered in 2020 during the pandemic. Season 2 ended with Ramy sabotaging his marriage. But, this season Ramy moves on with…Bella Hadid? Model Bella Hadid will be playing the role of “weirdo girlfriend” in season 3 which Youssef is calling one of the “weirdest scripts we’ve ever written” according to Vulture. The trailer has yet to be released.
Stream on Netflix Sept. 9.
Season 5 of the Netflix series Cobra Kai is arriving earlier than usual. The past two seasons have premiered New Years but this time around we’ll be seeing it September 9. As you can watch in the trailer here, we’ll be seeing Johnny and Robby on a trip to Mexico searching for Miguel as he searches for his father. Cobra Kai co-creator Jon Hurwitz talked to Deadline about the new season, “ “There’s a lot of insanity; if you’re a fan of the franchise, maybe some familiar faces show up, maybe not; there’s going to be a lot of karate.”