What’s New on Amazon Prime: September 2019.

What's New on Amazon Prime: September 2019.

What’s New on Amazon Prime: September 2019.

Thursday football returns to Amazon Prime this month, alongside several original series.

Amazon Prime gets its gridiron fix back this month, with the Packers and Eagles squaring off on the 26th.  For those looking for football football, Amazon has a docu-series about Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos also premiering in September.  Much like the competition over at Netflix, Amazon is heavily featuring new series to start the fall season, including a Hindi drama.  Looks like the streaming services are all scrambling to court viewers in India.  For my money, the new original starring Rosa Salazar (Battle Angel Alita) looks to be the must see feature of the month.

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There are 80 new films hitting the library for Prime members.  Once again, they come clustered at the end of the month…which I have to say is a strategy I don’t love.  I know it keeps them from directly competing with the other services that drop their classic movies on the 1st.  It also keeps you from getting really excited about their movies, as you have to basically wait for NEXT month to see them.  People are making their viewing choices for September, Amazon, not what they want to see in October.

New and Notable.

    • Late Night (9/6):  Amazon’s 2019 theatrical release hits the streaming service.  Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson star.

    • Undone (9/13):  After an accident, a young woman (Rosa Salazar) discovers she is no longer moored to time like those around her.  This allows her to explore the disappearance of her father.  Great cast and a “Through A Scanner Darkly” style of cell shaded animation.

    • Family Man (TBA):  A man who is a top-secret national security agent must balance saving the the country and protecting his family from the harsh realities of his job.

Amazon Prime:  September 2019.

*Amazon Originals in Bold.

September 3

Victoria: Season 3

September 6

Late Night

Niko and the Sword of Light

September 13

El Corazón de Sergio Ramos


September 24

American Horror Story: Apocalypse

September 26

Thursday Night Football: Philadelphia Eagles @ Green Bay Packers (NFL)

September 27


Transparent Musicale Finale

September 30

A Night at the Roxbury

Air Force One

Be Cool

Behave Yourself

Big Top Pee-wee


Bulldog Courage

Buried Alive

Chained for Life

Chi to suna no kettô / Duel of Blood and Sand


Cowboy and the Senorita

Darkness Falls

Daughter of the Tong

Days of Thunder

Dead Heat

Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel


Dreaming Out Loud


Event Horizon

Face Off

Forces of Nature

Get Shorty

Ghost Town

Ghost World


Harlem Nights

Hearts in Bondage

Here’s Flash Casey

Hi De Ho

High Noon

Hollywood My Home Town




Kicking and Screaming

Legally Blonde

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome



Much Ado About Nothing

Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult

No Way Out

Permanent Midnight


Platoon 4K

Play It Again, Sam

Project Nim


Saturday Night Fever



Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension

The Cotton Club

The Deadly Companions

The Klansman

The Life of David Gale

The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear

The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

The Talented Mr. Ripley

Total Recall (1990)

Trading Mom

True Colors

True Grit (2010)

Varsity Blues

We Die Young

What Lies Beneath


You’ve Got Mail


Chris Tall Presents…

Family Man

*Check out Amazon’s August line-up here.

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