Yes, fall looks like spring and summer, but luckily, a huge amount of new entertainment is on the way to keep you healthy.

FILMS

Bill & Ted face the music

Decades after their first excellent adventure, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winters amiable dark guys are still traveling through time and partying, only now they're middle-aged fathers. With drive-ins and now on VOD.

I am thinking of ending things

The Latest from Charlie Kaufman (adaptation) is a dark story about a young woman (Jessie Buckley) who questions the very nature of existence during a disturbing visit with her boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) and parents (Toni Collette and David Thewlis) . Currently on Netflix.

Hillbilly elegy

Based on a bestselling treatise, a Yale law student returns to his hometown, where he examines three generations of family history while confronted with white poverty in the rust belt. Ron Howard directs; Glenn Close, Amy Adams and Gabriel Basso star. Netflix, November.

Deficiency

David Fincher's Prize Winner is a biography of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his battle with Orson Welles for Citizen Kane recognition. Netflix, October.

dune

The classic science fiction novel has long defied cinematic interpretation, but hopes for this novel starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac are high. In theaters December 18th.

West Side Story

Steven Spielberg's Reimagining features a script by Tony Kushner and stars Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler, who beat 30,000 other potential Marias for the role. In theaters December 18th. – Jordan Riefe

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Hilary Swank leads a mission to Mars in this science fiction trek from the writers of Parenthood and Friday Night Lights. Currently on Netflix.

The third day

On a mysterious island, the lines between fantasy and reality blur for Jude Law and Naomie Harris. HBO, September 14th.

Ratchet

Ryan Murphy explores the dark origins of Nurse Ratched in this prequel starring Sarah Paulson. Netflix, September 18.

The Comey Rule

Based on James Comey's book Higher Loyalty, Jeff Daniels plays the role of FBI director and Brendan Gleeson is Trump. Showtime, September 27th and 28th.

The good lord's bird

Based on James McBride's satire, this miniseries describes the misfortunes of a fictional enslaved boy, Onion (Joshua Caleb Johnson), and the very real abolitionists John Brown (Ethan Hawke) and Frederick Douglass (Daveed Diggs). Showtime, October 4th.

The Comedy Store

The five-part documentaries about the iconic LA venue promise never-before-seen footage, including early sets by David Letterman and Sam Kinison, as well as interviews with comedy legends like Jim Carrey and Whoopi Goldberg. Showtime, October 4th.

Helstrom

Marvel's next TV swing follows the descendants of a famous serial killer who hunts demons. Hulu, October 16.

The undo

If you've always wanted an east coast version of Big Little Lies, it's here. Nicole Kidman plays a therapist whose chic New York life implodes after a violent scandal. HBO, October 25.

Gangs of London

A fight for a new leader ensues following the murder of a London crime boss. Think Game of Thrones in the Underworld. AMC, October.

The right stuff

This adaptation of the Tom Wolfe book takes us back to the early days of the space race when NASA searches for the nation's first astronauts. Disney +, October.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond

A spin-off about the first generation of children to grow up in the post-apocalyptic universe of The Walking Dead. Unfortunately, none of them have TikTok.
AMC, October 4th.

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Rachel Uchitel breaks the silence in this two-part episode about the rise, fall, and return of Tiger Woods. But don't call it the legendary golfer's last dance – he declined to be interviewed. HBO, December 13th and 20th.

Between the world and me

In 2018, the Apollo Theater adapted Ta-Nehisi Coates' bestselling book for the stage. Now HBO is doing the same – with readings from Coates' book, archive footage, and animation. HBO, fall.

Deaf U.

A growing up documentation that traces the life of students at a university for the hard of hearing. Netflix, October 8th.

Utopia

In this conspiracy dramedy by Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl), fans are obsessed with a popular comic whose pages hide warnings about the end of the world. Amazon Prime, early fall.

Emily in Paris

This rom-com about a marketing manager (Lily Collins) who wins the job relocation lottery and moves to Paris is of course from Darren Star (Sex & The City). Netflix, fall.

Supermarket sweep

We'll miss Leslie Jones live on Saturday night, but we can't wait for her to host this reinterpretation of the classic food-themed game show. ABC, autumn. – Sean Fitz-Gerald

MUSIC

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Beabadoobee

If you're watching The Last Dance and looking on the internet for details on how to start an unsuspecting restart not to completely satisfy your 90s nostalgia needs, then check out this British singer-songwriter's alt-rock styles. She lit up the summer with her catchy single "Care" and her upcoming debut album "Fake It Flowers", due to be released at the end of the year, is a must for fans of Belly, Liz Phair and Sonic Youth.

Blackpink

For the past 18 months, this quartet has jammed with Dua Lipa, scored three Billboard Hot 100 hits, and were the first K-pop group to play Coachella when they took the stage in 2019 – all without releasing an album. Her first full-length album is scheduled for October 2nd. Judging by the hyperactive catchy tune on lead single "How You Like That", the most fun thing will be when someone gets this side of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Lana Del Rey

She hasn't made too many friends with her recent self-pitying tweets, but a Lana post always feels like an event. Now prepare for the drop of their seventh album Chemtrails Over the Country Club in early September. Expect a lot of songs about being sad. And California. And being sad in California.

Sufjan Stevens

Five years after the tragically beautiful indie-folk masterpiece by singer-songwriter Carrie & Lowell, Stevens finally follows on September 25th with his eighth solo album, The Ascension. Confirmed titles include "Landslide", "Death Star" and "Lamentation". So have the tissues and antidepressants ready.

Travis Scott

After the Texan rapper shot into the mainstream with Astroworld from 2018, he's overdue for a new album – and obviously something is happening. This year Scott has already released collaborations with Kid Cudi and Rosalía and teased all new pieces of music on his Beats 1 show .WAV Radio. Expect more great fruits of his labor very soon.

Rihanna

The bartender has spent most of the past few years selling her Fenty beauty line and who can blame her, given the brand's estimated valuation of $ 3 billion. But there is fierce fan speculation online that their ninth studio album is imminent. While there is no confirmed release date, the 2020 penchant for delivering the most unlikely scenarios surely means anything is possible. Come on RiRi, we need this!

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