Connect with us
What to Watch September 2020: Ratched, Fargo, Enola Holmes, Mulan What to Watch September 2020: Ratched, Fargo, Enola Holmes, Mulan


What to Watch in September 2020: ‘Ratched,’ ‘Mulan,’ ‘Enola Holmes,’ ‘Fargo’ and More!

Credit: Netflix/ Disney+/ FXX



Summer has gone so fast, but the good thing is that there’s a lot to look forward in the realm of television as September arrives.

Even with COVID-19 putting a damper on productions of our favorite shows, streaming services have secured quite a roundup of offerings that will make you forget all about this little thing we call pandemic. 


Ratched – Netflix (September 18)

Ryan Murphy is here to mess with our minds. Queen of horror Sarah Paulson stars as Nurse Ratched in the prequel to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. If the trailer is any indication, this is going to be a wild ride. 


Archer – FXX (Season 11 premiere on September 16)

The animated sitcom comedy about a ysfunctional intelligence agency, led by Sterling Archer returns for its 11th season! 


Away – Netflix (September 4)

Hilary Swank stars as Emma Green, a wife, mother, and astronaut, who embarks on the first mission to Mars as commander of an international crew as she leaves her family 20 million miles behind. 


Sister, Sister – Netflix (September 1)

All 6 seasons of the 90s sitcom about Tia and Tamera, two twins separated at birth and randomly reunited while shopping at the same clothing store, joins the Netflix cue ready for nostalgic consumption.


Filthy Rich – Fox (Series Premiere September 21)

When Eugene Monreaux, the patriarch of a wealthy Southern family famed for creating a Christian television network, allegedly dies in a plane crash, he leaves his wife, Margaret, to take charge of the family business and his three illegitimate children, who are written into his will.  Will Margaret user her business savvy and Southern charm to control her newly legitimized heirs? Starring Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City) and Gerald McRaney (This Is Us).


The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards: Special – ABC (September 20)

The annual Emmy’s honor the best in prime time television. Nominees are chosen by the Academy. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the show will be hosted virtually by Jimmy Kimmel!


Utopia – Amazon Prime (September 25)

The dystopian eight-part comic book conspiracy series written and produced by Gillian Flynn is inspired by a British series of the same name and focuses on a group of comic fans who meet online and bond over the seemingly fictional comic called “Utopia.”


Bless the Harts – FOX (Season 2 premiere on September 27)

The animated sitcom focuses on the Harts, a Southern family struggling to make ends meet as they hope to one day achieve the American Dream. 


Bob’s Burgers – FOX (Season 11 premiere on September 27)

The animated comedy about Bob and his quirky family returns for its 11th season! 


Family Guy – FOX (Season 19 premiere on September 7)

Peter Griffin is back in action as the animated sitcom about him and his family returns for a 19th season.


Fargo – FX (Season 4 premiere on September 27)

Originally set to premiere in April, the series was delayed due to production postponements amid COVID-19. It will premiere with back-to-back episodes before airing the remaining nine episodes weekly. The season is set in 1950’s Kansas City, Missouri where two criminal syndicates — Italian and African American — have called an uneasy truce. 

The Simpsons – Fox (Season 32 Premiere on September 27)

The Simpson family is back to their antics with the 32nd season! 


Manhunt: Deadly Games – CBS (September 21)

The true crime anthology series chronicles one of the most complex manhunts in U.S. history after the deadly terrorist attack on the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. 




Love, Guaranteed – Netflix (September 3)

The rom-com queen from “She’s All That” fame, Rachel Leigh Cook, takes her talents from Lifetime to Netflix starring alongside Damon Wayans Jr. “Sparks fly when a crusading but cash-strapped attorney takes on a charming client looking to sue a dating site that guarantees its users will find love,” the official synopsis reads. 


Enola Holmes – Netflix (September 23)

You know Sherlock Holmes, but do you know his youngest sister Enola Holmes? If not, it’s time you get to know the brilliant sleuth in the British adventure-mystery film based on a novel. Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown stars as the titular character who rebels against her brothers in a quest to find her missing mother. 


The Devil All the Time – Netflix (September 16)

Netflix is bringing the star power with its psychological thriller starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson. Holland plays Arvin Russell, a young man forced to fight sinister characters that threaten him and his loved ones in the timeframe spanning between World War II and the Vietnam War. Pattinson plays an unholy preacher, while Sebastian Stan joins as a crooked sheriff. 


Mulan – Disney+ (September 4)

After the film’s release date was delayed several times due to the pandemic and movie theater closures, Disney opted to release the live-action remake to its streaming service, Disney+. The high profile film, a remake of the 1998 classic, is available as premiere access, so it will set you back the one-time rental fee of $29.99 on top of your monthly subscription! 


I’m Thinking of Ending Things – Netflix (September 4)

The psychological horror film takes you and your mind on a wild trip. Hailing from Oscar-winning director Charlie Kaufman, the film focuses on a young woman who travels to meet her new boyfriend’s parents on a secluded farm and realizes things aren’t as they should be. 

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Lizzy Buczak is the founder of CraveYouTV. What started off as a silly blog in her sophomore year at Columbia College Chicago turned her passion for watching TV into an opportunity! She has been in charge of CraveYou since 2011, writing reviews and news content for a wide variety of shows. Lizzy is a Music Business and Journalism major who has written for RADIO.COM, TV Fanatic, Time Out Chicago, Innerview, Pop’stache and Family Time.


When Is Season 3 of ‘Ginny and Georgia’ Coming Out?



When Will Season 3 of Ginny and Georgia Premiere

Ginny and Georgia centers on the heartwarming yet extremely complicated bond between a mother and her daughter after they put down roots in a New England town. 

With so many compelling storylines and incredible characters of all ages, it’s no wonder that the coming-of-age drama has become a fan favorite among Netflix audiences. 

The second season of Ginny and Georgia premiered on Jan. 5, 2023, which means that a third season is likely far off, especially considering Brianne Howey, who plays Georgia, just announced her first pregnancy, which will possibly delay filming.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Brianne Howey (@briannehowey)

Of course, Netflix has to renew the series for a third season. As of March 28, 2023, it has not given the show a green light for additional episodes. 

Fans shouldn’t be too worried, however, as a renewal is very likely considering the show’s performance, the rabid fan base, and the fact that season 3 ended on such a cliffhanger—Netflix knows that fans will be clamoring for another season to see how the situation resolves itself. 

As for a premiere date, well, there isn’t one just yet. Until the series is renewed and production begins, it’s a bit too difficult to come up with a date for new episodes. The season could likely arrive in February 2024 if we’re looking at the previous premieres for both seasons 1 and 2, which both debuted at the start of 2021 and 2023, respectively.

But with Howey’s pregnancy thrown into the mix, that could delay things a bit, and it wouldn’t be the worst thing if the series returned during the summer when there’s a lull in content and fans are seeking out something to binge-watch and get invested in. 

Either way, when Netflix makes an official decision, you’ll be the first to know as we’ll update this article accordingly! 

Until then, you can gear up for the final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Riverdale, and Firefly Lane

Continue Reading


Who Is Rhys Montrose on ‘YOU’ Season 4?



You Season 4 Episode 6 Review Best of Friends

YOU Season 4 introduced a plethora of new characters as it revamped the series with a murder mystery format. 

*Warning – stop reading if you haven’t finished YOU Season 4 – Spoilers Ahead *

The shakeup made sense considering Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) uprooted his life following the fiery events in Madre Linda that killed Love Quinn and started over in London, assuming the identity of Professor Jonathan Moore. 

Rather quickly, he got pulled into an elite group thanks to his co-worker and neighbor, Malcolm Harding (Stephen Hagan), who was the season’s first victim. Joe/Jonathan naturally despised Malcolm’s group, though he did find Rhys Montrose (Ed Speleers), an author running for Mayor of London, to be a bit of a kindred spirit. They came from the same broken background and shared many of the same views.  

As the first half of the season unraveled, Joe sought out advice from Rhys on a handful of occasions, engaging in plenty of long heart-to-hearts with him, so it was kind of shocking when it was revealed that Rhys, as audiences have come to know him, was never real.

Rhys Montrose existed, yes, but he was never friends with Joe, nor was he the Eat the Rich Killer. The version of Rhys that Joe bonded with was a hallucination conjured up by his subconscious to protect himself and eliminate his darker, more deranged thoughts. 

YOU Season 4 Finale Episode 10 Review The Death of Jonathan Moore

You. (L-R) Ed Speleers as Rhys, Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in episode 410 of You. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

For much of the season, we saw Joe desperately trying to set himself free from Rhys’ grasp. At first, he saw him as public enemy #1, who somehow figured out Joe’s real identity and roped him into a murder spree by threatening to frame him for the deaths if Joe refused to participate. 

However, once Joe realized that Rhys was a figment of his imagination, he began to look for ways to silence the evil little voice forever, while also trying to figure out a plan to cover up the death of the real Rhys Montrose. 

Joe was tasked with killing the mayoral candidate, who he assumed at the time was the Eat the Rich Killer, by Kate’s (Charlotte Ritchie) father, Tom Lockwood. When he arrived at Rhys’ secret countryside hideout and tied him up, he was infuriated that Rhys claimed not to know who he was, nor would he admit to kidnapping Marienne (Tati Gabrielle). Eventually, Joe’s rage and anger took over, and he “accidentally” killed Rhys, which is when fake Rhys showed up and revealed that Joe was having a semi-psychotic break. 

In the end, Joe’s suicide attempt ensured that his hallucinations were forever gone, though he did embrace the darkness he was trying so hard to snuff out, making him more dangerous than ever.

As for the real Rhys Montrose’s killer, he pinned it all on poor Nadia (Amy-Leigh Hickman), a fan of Rhys’s from the beginning, who flew too close to the sun in her attempts to bring down Joe Goldberg. If only she just listened to Marienne’s advice.

A huge congrats to the YOU team for pulling off yet another jaw-dropping twist, and to both Badgley and Speleers for completely immersing themselves in their dual characters. 

Continue Reading


YOU Review – Best of Friends (406)



You Season 4 Episode 6 Review Best of Friends

Just when you thought you figured out where the season was headed, YOU pulls out the rug from under you yet again.  

I’m definitely starting to feel the whiplash that Joe/Jonathan must be feeling right about now. 

Things have gone from crazy to crazier rather quickly, as Rhys unveiled his true plan—along with how Joe is involved—while Joe came out victorious in front of the elite group once again, and all while a new suspect started piecing things together and realizing that Joe knows way more than he’s led on. 

While Joe spent numerous hours trying to figure out a plan to get close to Rhys, Rhys just appeared at Joe’s place one night without so much as lifting a finger. Joe may think he’s the invisible one in the city, but for a man who’s so well-known and loved, Rhys seems to get around without anyone noticing. 

And he made the rules of the game very clear—either Joe finds someone to frame for all the deaths or he goes down as the Eat-the-Rich killer, which isn’t exactly ideal. A little incentive goes a long way, so while Joe tried to distance himself initially, he couldn’t shake the desire for self-preservation and took the bait. He took the task rather seriously as it was either kill or be killed; he knew someone had to go down for it, but it had to be the right person.

With time running out, he genuinely began to consider Connie, but despite being an irrelevant character, he couldn’t justify pinning it on someone who was struggling with addiction and trying to turn their life around.  Connie wasn’t a threat to anyone, except for maybe himself, so Joe couldn’t justify destroying his life. 

But Dawn, well, she fell right into his lap. The few times we saw her snapping photos of the elite, and focusing on Joe–including when she spotted him at Rhys’ mayoral rally—I was convinced that she recognized him from his previous life. And that seems to be what the series wanted me to think so that they could pull a fast one on us because when Dawn pulled Phoebe aside to a “safe room” to keep her protected from the killer, it was revealed that Dawn was just an obsessive stalker who was connived that she was friends with the elite, Phoebe in particular. Dawn was a threat to a lot of people, so Joe took advantage of it. He framed her by planting Simon’s ear in her belongings, and since no one would ever believe a word she said over Phoebe’s accounts of what happened, Dawn couldn’t prove her innocence. Plus, she made an ideal suspect since she was at nearly every single event where a murder occurred as she was stalking the group. I mean, it couldn’t have been any more perfect if Joe had tried to plan it himself. 

You Season 4 Episode 6 Review Best of Friends

You. Ed Speleers as Rhys in episode 406 of You. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

However, his heroics did raise some questions from Nadia, his student and the lover of all murder mysteries. She noticed that Jonathan seemed to be at the center of every single scenario, oftentimes being championed as a hero, though he’s not actually connected to any of these people in any meaningful way. It’s a dangerous thing to play detective, especially when you’re setting your sights on Joe Goldberg.  Jonathan seems to like Nadia, but if she threatened him, I don’t think Joe would hesitate to take her down. Self-preservation is his M.O., remember?

Once Joe thought he finally got Rhys off of his back by framing Dawn, he decided to give into his desires and pursue a relationship with Kate. Honestly, Kate makes some really poor decisions, starting with just accepting Jonathan for who he is now and promising never to ask questions about his past. She wants someone to see her for who she is in the moment so badly that she’s letting logic take a backseat. Why would someone want to deny their past so badly unless they did something truly unforgivable? Kate wants to shed her past because of her connection to her father and she thinks that makes her and Jonathan equal, but they are not the same. 

By the time she realizes the truth about who Joe is, it might be too late.

As for Rhys, did Joe think he was really going to get rid of him that easily? Rhys has always wanted a friend to help him get to the finish line so to speak. He believes that they are the same, so he wasn’t going to just let Joe slip away.

And while his motive wasn’t evident at first, he seems hellbent on taking out those who don’t deserve their success and wealth. The three victims, Malcolm, Simon, and Gemma, all threatened his mayoral run in some way, so they were taken care of, and now, he’s setting his sights on the ultimate villain–Kate’s father. She may have a complicated relationship with her tycoon dad, but I don’t think Kate would ever want to see anything bad happen to him, let alone at the hands of the man she’s in love with. 

However, Rhys doesn’t seem to give Joe much of a choice as he still holds all of the cards. One might think that Joe could just handle this in the same way he always does, but well, you can’t just try to kill a killer. He’d see that coming from miles away. Joe needs to be strategic and deliberate in his plan, so for now, he has to play along. I, for one, am curious to see what all the hubbub is about Kate’s father–is he really as terrible as she makes him out to be?

As for Rhys, what is the catch? Fans were disappointed with the first half of the season since his reveal as the killer was obvious—and his motives, including his desire to kill Kate’s father–are exactly shocking or game-changing. What are we missing?

What did you think of the episode?

Continue Reading