Once In A Lifetime Sessions – 8/1
The Netflix docuseries follows musicians as they discuss, record, and perform their songs. The series features artists like TLC and Nile Rodgers.
I Am A Killer – 8/3
Teaming up with A+E Networks UK, the Netflix 10-part docuseries profiles prisoners convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death. The series is set to be a must-watch for anyone obsessed with true crime.
Marching Orders – 8/3
Like a real-life version of Drumline, Marching Orders follows the Bethune-Cookman University Marching Wildcats as band members fight to keep their spots on the field and juggle academics with social lives.
Paid In Full – 8/5
Starring favorites like Wood Harris, Mekhi Phifer, and Regina Hall, the 2002 crime drama features an insane hip-hop and R&B soundtrack that’s just as good as the movie.
Zion – 8/10
The documentary tells the story of Zion Clark, a young wrestler born without legs who grew up in foster care.
All About The Washingtons – 8/10
Rev. Run stars opposite wife Justine in this scripted comedy that explores Black love and family as a couple attempts to balance work and life.
The After Party – 8/24
Starring Teyana Taylor, Blair Underwood, and Wiz Khalifa, the comedy follows an aspiring rapper who goes viral for all the wrong reasons.
The Innocents – 8/24
Perfect for teens or fans of YA, the British supernatural drama follows a teen couple on the run grappling with their extraordinary powers.
The Good Place: Season 2 – 8/28
The second season of the NBC comedy hits Netflix in August and if haven’t started it or need to catch up before season three, now’s the time.
The Comedy Lineup: Part 2 – 8/31
Back for a second round of side-splitting laughs, part two of The Comedy Lineup features new comedians doing 15-minute sets that are sure to make fans out of new viewers.