Posted Thu Sep 20, 2018 at 05:35 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The latest season of Daredevil and a new Amazon series starring Julia Roberts are among this week's crop of streaming trailers.
Netflix and Amazon have released new previews and info for several of their upcoming programs and films.
In addition, FilmStruck has announced its new September lineup of movies for the Criterion Channel. Likewise, the service is now the exclusive streaming home for Orson Welles' Citizen Kane. Here's a full rundown of titles scheduled to arrive on each service:
Here's a full rundown of titles scheduled to arrive on each service:
Chef's Table: Season 5 (Netflix, September 28) - For Season 5 of Chef’s Table, we dig past the surface of the fine-dining world to reveal remarkable chefs and cuisines whose stories have for too long been hidden. Featured chefs will include Cristina Martinez (Mexico & USA), Albert Adria (Spain), Musa Dağdeviren (Turkey), and Bo Songvisava (Thailand).
Travels With My Father: Season 2 (Netflix, September 28) - Last year comedian Jack Whitehall and his father Michael embarked on a South East Asian odyssey, fulfilling Jack’s lifelong dream of a gap year. Against all odds they both survived! This year they’re back on the road in Europe, but now it’s Michael taking the lead – and he has very different ideas...
Super Monsters: Season 2 (Netflix, September 28) - From acclaimed producer Avi Arad comes Super Monsters, an all-new animated series for kids following the adventures of six friends and their not-so traditional preschool experience. As preschoolers with super powers, Drac, Cleo, Lobo, Katya, Zoe and Frankie are students with dual identities: humans by day and magical monsters by night. Enrolled at the prestigious Pitchfork Pines Preschool, the group of friends work together under the leadership of their teachers, Igor and Esmie, as they attempt to master their seemingly untamable powers.
Private Life (Netflix, October 5) - The new film from Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Tamara Jenkins (The Savages, Slums of Beverly Hills), PRIVATE LIFE is the bracingly funny and moving story of Richard (Academy Award-nominee Paul Giamatti) and Rachel (Kathryn Hahn), a couple in the throes of infertility who try to maintain their marriage as they descend deeper and deeper into the insular world of assisted reproduction and domestic adoption. After the emotional and economic upheaval of in vitro fertilization, they’re at the end of their middle-aged rope, but when Sadie (breakout newcomer Kayli Carter), a recent college drop out, re-enters their life, things begin to look up.
YG Future Strategy Office (Netflix, October 5) - YG FSO stars Seungri as the head of YG’s newly formed department, The Future Strategy Office, where many of YG’s troublemakers have been sent. The sitcom series will follow Seungri and his team of misfits as they work to regain their place in the company.
Big Mouth: Season 2 (Netflix, October 26) - A half-hour edgy adult animated comedy from real-life best friends Nick Kroll (Kroll Show, The League) and Andrew Goldberg (Family Guy) about the glorious nightmare that is teenaged puberty.
Apostle (Netflix, October 12) - The year is 1905. Thomas Richardson travels to a remote island to rescue his sister after she’s kidnapped by a mysterious religious cult demanding a ransom for her safe return. It soon becomes clear that the cult will regret the day it baited this man, as he digs deeper and deeper into the secrets and lies upon which the commune is built.
The Haunting of Hill House (Netflix, October 12) - A modern reimagining of Shirley Jackson’s legendary novel of the same name, about five siblings who grew up in the most famous haunted house in America. Now adults, they’re reunited by the suicide of their youngest sister, which forces them to finally confront the ghosts of their own pasts… some which lurk in their minds... and some which may really be lurking in the shadows of the iconic Hill House.
Marvel’s Daredevil: Season 3 (Netflix, October 19) - Blinded as a young boy but imbued with extraordinary senses, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) fights against injustice by day as a lawyer, and by night as the Super Hero “Daredevil” in modern day Hell's Kitchen, New York City.
Lore - Season 2 (Prime Video, October 19) - From an executive producer of The Walking Dead and an executive producer of The Exorcist, this season of the critically acclaimed anthology series will explore real-life frightening and disturbing tales that give rise to modern-day myths and legends. Season two will feature new tales based on the award-winning podcast as well as original stories not yet available in podcast form.
Homecoming Season 1 (Prime Video, November 2) - Heidi Bergman (Julia Roberts) is a caseworker at Homecoming, a Geist Group facility helping soldiers transition to civilian life. Years later she has started a new life, living with her mother and working as a waitress, when a Department of Defense auditor questions why she left the Homecoming facility. Heidi quickly realizes that there's a whole other story behind the story she's been telling herself.
Meanwhile, Criterion has revealed its September lineup of films for the Criterion Channel on the FilmStruck streaming service. In addition, FilmStruck is now the exclusive streaming home for Orson Welles' Citizen Kane. Here's a full rundown of titles premiering in September:
Cul-de-sac, Roman Polanski, 1966 (September 1)
Kes, Ken Loach, 1970 (September 1)
The Cage, Adrian Sitaru, 2010 (September 4)
Dead Man, Jim Jarmusch, 1995 (September 5)
Deer Boy, Katarzyna Gondek, 2017 (September 11)
When We Lived in Miami, Amy Seimetz, 2013 (September 18)
Clouds of Sils Maria, Olivier Assayas, 2014 (September 19)
The Voice Thief, Adan Jodorowsky, 2013 (September 25)
- A current Netflix subscription starts at $11 per month for HD streaming and $14 per month for Ultra HD streaming.
- A current Amazon Prime subscription costs $119 per year or $13 per month. Likewise, Prime Instant Video is available as a standalone service for $9 per month.
- A current FilmStruck Subscription starts at $7 per month. In addition, a FilmStruck + The Criterion Channel Subscription costs $11 per month, and customers can also opt for an annual Subscription for $99 per year.
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