Friday, September 4, 2020

Trailer Roundup: Singled Out, The Social Dilemma, The Great Pottery Throw Down, The Boys in the Band, Emily in Paris, Grand Army and more!

September 7

 


Hailed as a pop culture classic, Singled Out hooks up a new generation of love-seeking singles of all genders and orientations in ten bite-sized episodes. Reflective of today's dating landscape, where everyone is connected, the series hosted by Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster brings online dating to life with a twist -- the main dater is linked to the pool of diverse singles through social media. The series is set to return with all-new episodes every weekday starting Monday, September 7.
 

September 7

 


Remember when we could have brunch with our friends?! We're throwing it back to the good times by airing episodes of #BrunchWithTiffany starring Tiffany "New York" Pollard – starting MONDAY 9/7 at 10:30pm ET on VH1!
 

September 9

 


We tweet, we like, and we share — but what are the consequences of our growing dependence on social media? As digital platforms increasingly become a lifeline to stay connected, Silicon Valley insiders reveal how social media is reprogramming civilization by exposing what’s hiding on the other side of your screen. The Social Dilemma on Netflix.
 

September 17

 


Follow the trials and tribulations of an exceptionally creative group of contestants as they transform ordinary lumps of clay into pieces of glazed glory in this one-of-a-kind test of pottery prowess. Each episode sees contestants vying for the “Top Potter” title as they tackle mammoth challenges, hoping to showcase enough skill, technique, and originality to avoid elimination. With the art form’s rich heritage, intriguing technical language, and potential for magical transformations, The Great Pottery Throw Down brings the messy and marvelous world of pottery to life. Streaming September 17 only on HBO Max.
 

September 17

 


The alien invasion, conspiracy-thriller series joins the free streaming platform's growing original and exclusive content library with eight one-hour episodes. Set in modern-day Berlin, the eight-part series follows Nora (Rosabell Laurenti Sellers) who falls into a coma after taking an unknown drug and wakes with no memory of her previous life. Available September 17 on Crackle.
 

September 18

 


Long Way Up reunites Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman for the ultimate adventure in travel and friendship after more than a decade since their last motorbike adventure around the world. In their most challenging expedition to date, the two cover 13,000 miles over 100 days from Ushuaia at the tip of South America to Los Angeles. In order to contribute to the sustainability of the planet, the duo travels on prototype, electric Harley-Davidson LiveWire(R) motorcycles. The first three episodes of the 11-part unscripted series will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, September 18. New episodes will roll out weekly, every Friday.
 

September 21

 


A dreamlike portrait of a vibrant 15-year-old girl whose shooting death sparks the 1992 L.A. Riots. Love Song for Latasha debuts September 21 in Natflix.
 

September 30

 


Based on the Tony Award-winning play that changed a generation, The Boys in the Band follows a group of nine gay men who gather for a birthday party in 1968 New York City - only to find the drinks and laughs interrupted when a visitor from the host's past turns the evening upside down. Starring Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesús, Brian Hutchison, Michael Benjamin Washington, and Tuc Watkins. Produced by Ryan Murphy. Directed by Joe Mantello. Based on the groundbreaking work of Mart Crowley. Watch The Boys in the Band, only on Netflix
 

October 1

 


Grab your popcorn and your (CDC approved) Halloween masks because Freeform is brewing up another year of spine-chilling October programming. The highly anticipated "31 Nights of Halloween" is back all month long with a lineup of memorable Halloween films. From Oct. 1-31, viewers can celebrate All Hallow's Eve at home with haunting movies, including The Addams Family (1991), Tim Burton's Corpse Bride and Hotel Transylvania. Films new to the lineup this year include Hotel Transylvania 2, Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation and Ghostbusters (2016), among others.
 

October 2

 


Love. Beauty. Passion. Emily – Just a few of the things you'll find in Paris this fall. Emily in Paris, a new series from creator of Sex and the City, Darren Star, premieres October 2. Only on Netflix.
 

October 16

 


The newcomer is about public high school students in Brooklyn who wrestle with sexual, racial and economic politics. Together We Rise. Together We Rage. #WEAREGRANDARMY Grand Army premieres October 16 on Netflix. 
 

Coming Soon

 


On a sparsely traveled road deep in the Colorado mountains, college student Andy Braddock (Tye Sheridan) drives to a New Years Eve party to try to rekindle a relationship with his ex-girlfriend. Distracted by his phone, Andy collides with a snowbank and hurtles into a ravine. Wounded and alone, Andy turns to his quickly dying cell for rescue, but help is far from a phone call away... From executive producer Steven Soderbergh comes a suspense thriller like no other, as the viewer takes the story into their own hands. Two narratives play out simultaneously: watch horizontally for a cinematic view; twist vertically to experience Andy's phone as your own, as he fights to stay alive. An immersive experience awaits, powered by Quibi. 
 
 

Debuting this November, the second season of HIS DARK MATERIALS begins after Lord Asriel has opened a bridge to a new world, and, distraught over the death of her best friend, Lyra follows Asriel into the unknown. In a strange and mysterious abandoned city she meets Will, a boy from our world who is also running from a troubled past. Lyra and Will learn their destinies are tied to reuniting Will with his father but find their path is constantly thwarted as a war begins to brew around them. Meanwhile, Mrs. Coulter searches for Lyra, determined to bring her home by any means necessary.
 
 

Lifetime, the exclusive home of V.C. Andrews movies, adds big names to their next movie series event centered on the Landry Family with Naomi Judd, Crystal Fox, Gil Bellows and Deborah Cox in the first installment of the series, Ruby. They join the previously announced cast twins Raechelle Banno  and Karina Banno and Lauralee Bell. The movie series follows Ruby Landry, who after being raised by her loving grandmother in the Louisiana bayou, is ensnared in a world of dark family secrets and betrayal, upon discovering that she has another family living in New Orleans.

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